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Rapson Hall, home of the College of Design, on the Universitys Minneapolis campus on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020. 

CDES students frustrated with high software, material costs

by Ainsley Brown
Published November 17, 2022
University of Minnesota College of Design students pay for materials like Adobe programs and modeling supplies out-of-pocket.
Some faculty may see as much as a 30% reduction in their pay. YOST students held a sit-in on Nov. 9 to protest the potential pay cuts.

UMN community faculty speak out about potential pay cuts

by Olivia Hines
Published November 17, 2022
A plan was proposed to cut community faculty pay in the Youth Studies program due to a budgeting deficit.
Researchers show food insecurity increases binge eating risks

Researchers show food insecurity increases binge eating risks

by Emma Walytka
Published November 17, 2022
In a co-authored study, Appetite research journal and a University of Minnesota researcher surveyed a diverse sample of young adults experiencing food insecurity, exposing distribution gaps in food assistance programs.
The front of the Northrop Mall, Tuesday, November 1.

UMN’s college ranking: How valuable is it?

by Olivia Hines
Published November 16, 2022
Are rankings important when deciding which college to go to?
President Donald Trump addresses the crowd at a rally held in the Target Center in downtown Minneapolis on Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019. 

Trump announces third run for president

by Alex Steil
Published November 15, 2022
The former president started hinting at running prior to the midterm elections.
First-year students Veronica Tan and Laichia Vang conducted the survey for their sociology class and found general student support for creating an Asian American Studies major.

UMN students lead effort to establish Asian American studies major

by Amirah Razman
Published November 15, 2022
Two freshmen students used a class survey to advocate for more opportunities to pursue Asian American studies.
Research superstars: UMN receives funding to create super fast telescope

Research superstars: UMN receives funding to create super fast telescope

by Lara Boudinot
Published November 15, 2022
A team of researchers and undergraduate students are in the process of creating a fast telescope to look at black holes, supernovas and more.
Two of the assaults were reported on the 1600 block of University Avenue SE.

Students, parents, business owners respond to Halloween firework assaults

by Gillian Haveman
Published November 15, 2022
After students say they were assaulted with fireworks Halloween weekend, parents and business owners say they wish University of Minnesota leadership did more to prevent future problems.
Newly reelected Rep. Ilhan Omar thanked attendees of the DFL party alongside new Hennepin County Attorney Mary Moriarty.

A blue night for Minnesota’s DFL party

by Devlin Epding
Published November 13, 2022
Minnesota’s legislature is now completely controlled by Democrats for the first time since 2014.
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.

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