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Inquiry into Hamline University for dismissal of professor

Inquiry into Hamline University for dismissal of professor

by Olivia Hines
Published January 23, 2023
The American Association of University Professors announced an inquiry and investigation into the University’s actions and academic freedom.
The Board of Regents convene for their September meeting at the McNamara Alumni Center on Thursday, Sept. 9.

UMN Board of Regents selection narrows down at Legislature

by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published January 20, 2023
The Regent Candidate Advisory Council voted on recommendations last week, with the current Board Chair, Kendall Powell, not moving forward.
M Health Fairview hospital pictured on Feb. 17, 2021. The hospital resides on the University of Minnesotas Minneapolis campus.

UMN to reacquire medical facilities, build campus hospital

by Olivia Hines
Published January 16, 2023
The University’s MPact Health Care Innovation vision aims to improve Minnesota’s health care system.
UMN researchers studying effects of Long-COVID

UMN researchers studying effects of Long-COVID

by Kate Prom
Published December 18, 2022
New studies on long COVID conducted by University of Minnesota researchers work to get to the bottom of the long-term side effects of COVID-19.
The Board of Regents convene for their September meeting at the McNamara Alumni Center on Thursday, Sept. 9.

Board of Regents approves union agreements, elects new vice chair

by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published December 18, 2022
During the board’s December meeting, regents examined the University’s purchase of Gray’s, voted on President Joan Gabel’s service on a private board of directors and faced an interruption from Students for a Democratic Society.
UMN students push for greener future in chemistry

UMN students push for greener future in chemistry

by Thomas Rions-Maehren
Published December 18, 2022
Through various organizations and research opportunities, some students are advocating for sustainable chemistry practices that are non-toxic and produce less waste.
The Minneapolis City Council failed to pass a proposal to pause the removal of homeless encampments in October.

Minneapolis, UMN respond to homelessness as harsh weather begins

by Devlin Epding and Madison Roth
Published December 15, 2022
After months of encampment clearings in Minneapolis, many unhoused residents now face winter without a home.
The rotunda of the Minnesota State Capitol Building on Saturday, March 13.

Q&A with senators Kari Dziedzic, Mark Johnson

by Devlin Epding
Published December 15, 2022
The new Senate Majority Leader Dziedzic and the Senate Minority Leader Johnson were both elected to lead their parties on Nov. 10. The 2023 legislative session will start in January. 
The University of Minnesota’s Disability Resource Center Office in the McNamara Alumni Center on Thursday, Jan. 20.

DRC makes structural changes, some students express concern

by Lara Boudinot, Olivia Hines, and Maya Marchel Hoff
Published December 14, 2022
The DRC’s budget saving changes to captioning services have caused concern for some University of Minnesota students who use captioning services.
Ralph Rapson Hall, home to the University of Minnesota’s architecture program, seen located on Church Street Southeast on Wednesday, July 15, 2020. 

BS vs. BA: Which should you choose when both are offered?

by Ainsley Brown
Published December 14, 2022
Some students desire more crossover between degree programs within the same major.

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