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The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

Car break-ins on the rise: how to protect yourself, your valuables

Car break-ins on the rise: how to protect yourself, your valuables

by Kate Prom
Published November 29, 2022
Automobile break-ins and thefts on or near campus have been steadily increasing as the weather gets colder and continues to worsen.
A sculpture and a sign stand in the middle of the road in George Floyd Square.

City works with community on permanent memorial at George Floyd Square

by Kara Savage
Published November 13, 2022
The re-envisioned project by Minneapolis Public Works for George Floyd Square gives community members an opportunity to voice their opinions on what is best for the 38th and Chicago intersection.
The Southeast Como Improvement Associations elections will took place during the cookout.

Southeast Como celebrates 19th annual cookout

by Kara Savage
Published October 20, 2022
The Como Cookout took place on Oct. 8.
The mural was designed by 11 local artists.

New mural brightens Edna’s Park

by Devlin Epding
Published October 12, 2022
A community event in the park hosted artists, music and food.
Activists want to make the space into an organic farm, a cafe, a bicycle repair shop and a market. Photo courtesy of EPNI and Climate Justice.

East Phillips activists fight to keep neighborhood clean

by Devlin Epding
Published October 11, 2022
The planned demolition of the Roof Depot building risks exposing residents to high levels of arsenic.
The Doyle Apartments recently opened in Dinkytown along 4th Street.

Update on University-area housing projects

by Devlin Epding
Published September 28, 2022
Various apartment developments are changing neighborhoods around campus.
Nautical Bowls, which serves superfood and açai bowls, is Dinkytowns newest business addition.

Nautical Bowls opens first Minneapolis location in Dinky

by Kara Savage
Published September 23, 2022
The Minnesota-based franchise has finally made its way inside Minneapolis.
A street sign denotes the area as a Historic District in the Marcy Holmes neighborhood on Tuesday, Jan. 28.  The neighborhood provides housing for a significant number of University students.

Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood Association director resigns after 6 years

by Devlin Epding
Published July 4, 2022
The futures for both Chris Lautenschlager and the association are now uncertain.
Afro-Deli in Stadium Village on Wednesday, June 17.

Pandemic still hurts some restaurants, others thrive

by Devlin Epding
Published June 23, 2022
Two years later, the COVID-19 pandemic’s continued impacts have caused some businesses around campus to expand, while others make sacrifices.
Acadia Bar and Grill in Minneapolis, captured on Monday, March 28. Acadia has been closed since a University bus crashed through the building.

Acadia moves forward following UMN bus crash

by Devlin Epding
Published April 12, 2022
The crash extensively damaged the restaurant and the University has put out little information about what happened.

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