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Two weeks after Jordan melee, tensions remain high

by Michael Krieger
Published September 4, 2002

Not far from the scene of last month's hostilities, Walter Still stood on a north Minneapolis street corner and described the frustration within the Jordan neighborhood. "Tension is building around here,"...

U football player killed after Minneapolis shooting

Published September 3, 2002

Brandon Hall, a University football player, was fatally shot Sunday in the early morning hours at the corner of 3rd Street and Hennepin Avenue in downtown Minneapolis. The 19-year-old redshirt freshman...

U steam plant’s release of black smoke alerts authorities

by Dan Haugen
Published September 3, 2002

Thick, black smoke billowed out of the University’s Southeast Steam Plant late last Tuesday morning, creating a cloud that could be seen from several blocks away. The release lasted approximately...

A secret history: The fiction of Bruno Schulz

Published August 26, 2002

runo Schulz was a contemporary of Franz Kafka (he authored a translation of The Trial) and was likewise from Poland, and his slight literary output - confined to two collections of short stories and a...

Coleman and the BWCA

Published August 26, 2002

David Anderson ("Coleman correction," Aug. 12) is misinformed about Norm Coleman's position on the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. Coleman wants to open the Boundary Waters Canoe Area wilderness for commercial...

Insta-tainment: the decline of modern cinema

Published August 26, 2002

By Roxanne Sadovsky The other day, some friends and I rented the 1973 classic "American Graffiti." As I recall, this film was a favorite among youth who pondered various existential crises upon crossing...

Environmentalists need to be wary of Coleman

Published August 26, 2002

By Michael A. Casper If we have learned anything from the multitude of investigations, revelations, and pontifications following the collapse on Enron, it is this: The interests of the energy industry...

Depth chart concerns push U linebackers

Published August 26, 2002

A funny thing happened to Minnesota football's linebacker coach Greg Hudson during the Gophers' spring camp. Rather than being dazzled by the three returning starters, it was three different faces on the...

pickAxe turns camera into activist

Published April 18, 2001

Emotion can drive people to do just about anything. It isn't uncommon for someone to love another so much that they will endure pain or torment or do just about anything to show his or her appreciation...

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