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Graduate students concerned by imbalanced international student fees

Niamh Coomey
May 7, 2019

Graduate student government at the University of Minnesota recently expressed concern about high fees for international graduate students at the University in comparison to fees at other Big Ten schools. Research...

Canvas to implement name pronunciation software

Farrah Mina
April 16, 2019

To ensure professors and students pronounce each other's names correctly, all University of Minnesota system campuses will implement a name pronunciation software into Canvas next month. The software,...

Boynton group works to bring sexual education to international students

Gwiwon Jason Nam
March 4, 2019

A student-led University of Minnesota group aims to expand culturally inclusive sexual education among international students. Boynton Health has expanded sex education for international students through...

UMN international students left scrambling

UMN international students left scrambling

Chuying Xie
September 20, 2018

A recent change in federal policy has left some University of Minnesota international students scrambling at the start of the school year. The policy on "Accrual of Unlawful Presence," which went into...

Lili Rochelle listened to Keith Ellison speak at the Minneapolis courthouse during a protest on Tuesday, June 26.

University members, community respond to travel ban decision

Cleo Krejci
July 2, 2018

The U.S. Supreme Court’s June 26 decision to uphold the Trump administration’s travel ban has raised questions for many at the University of Minnesota. The ban, which limits travel for people from...

Experts weigh Brexit woes

Raju Chaduvula
June 29, 2016

On Thursday, Britain voted to leave the European Union after a 43-year stint with the bloc. Britain will become the first country to relinquish its EU membership. Following the referendum — with...

Carlson School of Management students pose in front of Che Guevara's image at the Plaza de la Revolución in Havana, Cuba over spring break as a part of a University course, Introduction to Entrepreneurship, which allows students to pitch ideas to foreign businesses.

Carlson students return from Cuban business trip

Benjamin Farniok
March 24, 2016

A group of 30 University of Minnesota students spent their spring breaks in Cuba riding around in cars from the ’50s, interacting with locals and soaking in a country previously cut off from the...

Thai officials drop charges against alum

Benjamin Farniok
March 9, 2016

Officials confirmed on Tuesday that the Thai government dropped its charges against photojournalist and University of Minnesota graduate Anthony Kwan.      Kwan — a former...

Zika virus spreads, hits United States

Jessie Bekker
February 8, 2016

The Zika virus has officially become an international public health concern as of last Monday, when the World Health Organization called for a coordinated international response to the virus and its spread.     Areas...

Author, Professor and Director of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy Project on the Middle East Peace Process David Makovsky poses for portraits at the University of Minnesota Hillel building on Tuesday before speaking at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs.

MN Daily Q&A: David Makovsky

Brian Edwards
February 3, 2016

Author, professor, journalist and Middle East expert David Makovsky delivered a talk at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs Tuesday evening.     The Minnesota Daily sat down for...