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The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

Poll workers assist a man in voting during the Minneapolis municipal election at the Brian Coyle Center, Tuesday, Nov. 2.

Yes 4 Minneapolis charter amendment fails, rent control passes

by Minnesota Daily News Staff
Published November 2, 2021
Public safety amendment that would shift funds away from MPD fails.
The Gophers huddle to celebrate defeating Oral Roberts three sets to none at the Maturi Pavilion on Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019.

Gophers volleyball faces tough schedule heading into final stretch

by AJ Condon
Published November 2, 2021
Minnesota has faced nine top-ranked teams and will face at least four more in the last four weeks of the season.
University students and staff push for the adoption of more gender neutral bathrooms on campus

University students and staff push for the adoption of more gender neutral bathrooms on campus

by Bella Carpentier
Published November 2, 2021
Although the University has taken action to making all single-stall bathrooms on campus gender neutral, many students and staff think the next step in improving the availability of these bathrooms is making multi-use gender neutral bathrooms.
University President Joan Gabel poses for a portrait over Zoom.

Gabel discusses food insecurity concerns on campus and COVID-19 vaccination rates

by Matthew Voigt
Published November 2, 2021
Gabel responded to questions about COVID-19 booster shots and the Promise Plus program, which aims to make tuition free for students from low-income families.
The intesection of SE 13th Ave. and SE Como Ave. on Thursday, July 23, 2020.

Southeast Seniors connects seniors with students

by Karisa Erickson
Published November 1, 2021
With the goal of providing services to seniors, Southeast Seniors has worked to find safe ways to connect seniors to their neighborhood.
Faculty director of the CLA Public Life Project and sociology professor Douglas Hartmann talks to students during the class Topics in Sociology: Wonderful/Wretched: Reading Minnesotas Racial Paradoxes in Blegen Hall on Tuesday, Oct. 26. This course is one of the CLA Public Life Project classes, which aims to create civic readiness and address divisions among students on campus.

CLA Public Life Project aims to spark discussion across divided lines

by Gabrielle Lombard
Published October 29, 2021
The project will focus on creating civic engagement and developing open conversation among students on campus.
UMN Senate passes resolution advocating for increased COVID-19 safety guidelines

UMN Senate passes resolution advocating for increased COVID-19 safety guidelines

by Maia Irvin
Published October 28, 2021
The resolution discusses improvements to classroom safety issues resulting from conversations among University community members over the summer.
Houses in Southeast Como sit in the afternoon sun on Monday, July 5 in Minneapolis, Minn.

Minneapolis guarantees legal representation to low-income renters facing eviction

by Olivia Stevens
Published October 28, 2021
The new “right to counsel” ordinance aims to prevent fallout after the eviction moratorium ends.
Houses in Southeast Como sit in the afternoon sun on Monday, July 5 in Minneapolis, Minn.

Rent control question explained

by Caleb Hensin
Published October 27, 2021
In November, Minneapolis voters will decide whether to put forward rent control measures.
UMN Professor Matt Carlson poses for a portrait with his new book, New After Trump, on Tuesday, Oct. 26.

UMN professor Matt Carlson’s new book examines journalism after Trump

by James Schaak
Published October 27, 2021
Carlson and his co-authors touch on morality, populism and the changing relevancy of journalists.