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The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

Editorial Cartoon: Perfect Pinocchio

Editorial Cartoon: Perfect Pinocchio

by Sam Fleming
Published January 30, 2023
I guess lying on your resume really does work sometimes.
Ericson: How to make cities green

Ericson: How to make cities green

by Sean Ericson
Published January 30, 2023
Dense living has both positive and negative effects on the environment.
Courtney: The myth of moderacy

Courtney: The myth of moderacy

by Zach Courtney
Published January 26, 2023
Are my politics truly extreme?
Opinion: Safety in the hospital’s underbelly

Opinion: Safety in the hospital’s underbelly

by Dominik Dabrowski
Published January 25, 2023
When medical professionals have to use toxic chemicals, how do they keep themselves safe?
Opinion: Another post-Roe threat: delayed abortion mental health implications

Opinion: Another post-Roe threat: delayed abortion mental health implications

by Anna Shchetinina
Published January 25, 2023
Banning abortions does not necessarily improve the population’s overall mental health.
Opinion: When money talks, the U doesn’t balk

Opinion: When money talks, the U doesn’t balk

by Marshall H. Tanick
Published January 25, 2023
Maintaining the University’s values should be more important than catering to funders who do not hold those same values.
Opinion: The key to success in college – and life – is humility

Opinion: The key to success in college – and life – is humility

by Abdulrahman Bindamnan
Published January 25, 2023
It’s time to embrace the human connection.
Opinion: The W.E.I.R.D. situation is getting a little weird

Opinion: The W.E.I.R.D. situation is getting a little weird

by Aspen Holm
Published December 20, 2022
An acronym created to draw attention to underrepresentation in research still misses out on some key factors.
Opinion: Health literacy in Minnesota

Opinion: Health literacy in Minnesota

by Bailee Hill
Published December 18, 2022
More needs to be done to educate diverse communities about health and medicine.
Opinion: Covid may be over, but the repercussions are not

Opinion: Covid may be over, but the repercussions are not

by Lauren Chevalier
Published December 18, 2022
We need to be working toward the recovery and protection of all communities from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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