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The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

Op-Eds

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.
Opinion: The urgent need for queer joy

Opinion: The urgent need for queer joy

by David Jacobson
Published December 18, 2022
Don’t just remember our trauma, remember our joy.
Opinion: We need a labor regent on the board

Opinion: We need a labor regent on the board

by Cal Mergendahl
Published December 18, 2022
With regent elections around the corner, it’s about time the board has a regent who fights for the rank-and-file employees at the University.
Opinion: Open letter to President Gabel and the Board of Regents

Opinion: Open letter to President Gabel and the Board of Regents

by Students for a Democratic Society
Published December 18, 2022
The University needs to provide more resources for women’s and reproductive rights.
Opinion: A letter to freshmen

Opinion: A letter to freshmen

by Amina Hasan
Published December 18, 2022
Finals are often stressful, especially for freshmen. Take time to remind yourselves that you’re resilient.
Opinion: A letter to kind people

Opinion: A letter to kind people

by Amina Hasan
Published December 18, 2022
As finals wrap up, take the time to show others kindness and accept some for yourself.
Opinion: A love letter to poetry

Opinion: A love letter to poetry

by Amina Hasan
Published December 11, 2022
Poetry is a friend in which to find solace.
Opinion: Ransomware is a problem we should be talking about

Opinion: Ransomware is a problem we should be talking about

by Navaiah Santora
Published December 11, 2022
The government needs to make technological improvements to protect Americans from future ransomware attacks that could be devastating.
Opinion: Thank You, Wilson Library

Opinion: Thank You, Wilson Library

by Abdulrahman Bindamnan
Published December 2, 2022
Libraries helped me get to where I am today in my academic journey.

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