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Provost begins Quality Initiative for student mental health

Provost begins Quality Initiative for student mental health

by Olivia Hines
Published December 9, 2022
The University of Minnesota is coordinating an initiative to improve learning environments and better support student mental health.
USG leaders discuss residence hall security shortcomings

USG leaders discuss residence hall security shortcomings

by Madison Roth
Published December 8, 2022
Student leaders speak about projects with Housing & Residential Life and what they have been hearing from students about safety in the residence halls.
M Health Fairview hospital pictured on Feb. 17, 2021. The hospital resides on the University of Minnesotas Minneapolis campus.

Nurses reach tentative deal with hospitals

by Gillian Haveman
Published December 7, 2022
After announcing last week they planned to strike starting Dec. 11, Twin Cities and Duluth nurses have reached an agreement with hospital negotiators.
Skepticism spreads around UMN regent selection process, PAC involvement

Skepticism spreads around UMN regent selection process, PAC involvement

by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published December 7, 2022
After Senator Greg Clausen’s appointment to the chair of the Regent Candidate Advisory Council, his funding from the Maroon and Gold Political Action Committee raises questions over the ethics of the regent selection process in the lead up to next year’s elections.
Regent Michael D. Hsu attends a scheduled Board of Regents meeting on Friday, Sep. 13, 2019.

Former UMN regent Michael Hsu announces re-application to board

by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published December 6, 2022
After losing re-election to the Board of Regents in 2021, the former regent recently submitted his application to the Regent Candidate Advisory Council for the upcoming 2023 regent elections.
The Mississippi River runs through the campus of the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Nov. 30.

Why so salty: issues with road salting in winter

by Lara Boudinot
Published December 6, 2022
Salting the roads in the winter can have a negative impact on the environment by decreasing water quality, which leads to permanent contamination of waterways.
The board is also in discussions of whether to increase opportunities for direct public engagement.

UMN Board of Regents voting trends show increasing unanimity

by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published December 6, 2022
Board voting trends from 2021-22 highlight how the regents vote, showing stark contrasts between members.
UMN, DEED partner to invest $34.5M in startup businesses

UMN, DEED partner to invest $34.5M in startup businesses

by Amirah Razman
Published December 6, 2022
The investments will assist in the growth of startups by providing business owners money and expertise.
The rotunda of the Minnesota State Capitol Building on Saturday, March 13.

Students hopeful DFL legislature will boost UMN funding

by Olivia Stevens
Published December 5, 2022
Democrats winning the “trifecta” in the midterm elections may mean more state funding of the University of Minnesota and for student issues.
UMN research stations reside on Native lands

UMN research stations reside on Native lands

by Lara Boudinot
Published December 2, 2022
The lands were originally taken by the federal government and granted to the University of Minnesota. Some stations are now trying to build relationships with the surrounding Native Nations.

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