The Minnesota Daily

An unenthusiastic vote for democracy

An unenthusiastic vote for democracy

Sidney Clarke

September 24, 2020

Rational thought outweighs centrism’s shortcomings.

Brankin: It’s okay to cut out friends who aren’t social distancing

Brankin: It’s okay to cut out friends who aren’t social distancing

Tara Brankin

September 22, 2020

People who are really your friends won’t want to put your health at risk.

Kueppers: Give a damn this election.

Kueppers: Give a damn this election.

Henry Kueppers

September 22, 2020

It’s cool to mail it in this election, but don’t phone it in.

Eaton: Where performative ends and real activism begins

Eaton: Where performative ends and real activism begins

Emily Eaton

September 18, 2020

PHC’s letter to IFC had good intentions, but failed to provide a long-term solution.

Clarke: Call off your old, tired ethics

Clarke: Call off your old, tired ethics

Sidney Clarke

September 18, 2020

Decriminalizing sex work is hardly as controversial as we think.

Ababiy: We’re still waiting for real police reform

Ababiy: We’re still waiting for real police reform

Jonathan Ababiy

September 18, 2020

After a summer of activism, there is little to show for it from our politicians.

Brankin: First-year students — please stop and think before you party.

Brankin: First-year students — please stop and think before you party.

Tara Brankin

September 14, 2020

While your first year of college is not what you wanted it to be, the consequences of not social distancing will make things far worse.

Kueppers: Fall 2020 or Zoom 2: The Zoom-pire strikes back!

Kueppers: Fall 2020 or Zoom 2: The Zoom-pire strikes back!

Henry Kueppers

September 14, 2020

Growing tired of using Zoom? You’re not alone.

Clarke: Local shelters pivot to continue providing care

Clarke: Local shelters pivot to continue providing care

Sidney Clarke

September 14, 2020

The Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board follow up with the homeless displacement at Powderhorn Park.

Skoog: Federal agents carpooling for climate change. In unmarked vans.

Skoog: Federal agents carpooling for climate change. In unmarked vans.

Caroline Skoog

July 27, 2020

Following Attorney General William Barr’s launch of the Task Force on Violent Anti-Government Extremists on June 26, a mixed bag of federal agencies and special units have dogpiled onto the anti-protest vanguard. Living up to its opportunistic reputation, the Department of Homeland Security joined...