The Minnesota Daily

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.

Opinion: The MPHA and City of Minneapolis have shown a lack of community engagement

Opinion: The MPHA and City of Minneapolis have shown a lack of community engagement

September 17, 2020

MPHA and the City of Minneapolis have ignored the need to hold community meetings to explain the 2021 "Moving to Work" Plan to area residents.

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.

Opinion: Students, as we start the school year during a global pandemic, let’s not forget that it didn’t have to be this way.

Opinion: Students, as we start the school year during a global pandemic, let’s not forget that it didn’t have to be this way.

September 9, 2020

As we start school under these less-than-ideal circumstances (to put it lightly), let’s not forget that it didn’t have to be this bad.

Letter to the Editor: COVID-19’s impact on the 2020 Census count of University students

Letter to the Editor: COVID-19’s impact on the 2020 Census count of University students

Letter to the Editor

September 4, 2020

With any major decision comes a litany of intended and unintended consequences, and last spring’s decision to close the University of Minnesota’s Twin Cities’ campus due to the COVID-19 pandemic was no different. While many of those consequences have been highly publicized and much discussed, on...

Letter to the Editor: In response to the discussions about online instruction and discounted tuition

Letter to the Editor: In response to the discussions about online instruction and discounted tuition

Letter to the Editor

September 4, 2020

In many ways, the COVID-19 pandemic is unlike any other situation — from inducing mandated lockdowns and mask ordinances to novel social distancing guidelines and hand sanitizer at every turn. To be sure, these are conditions unlike any other in living memory for a lot of us.  But online learning ...

Letter to the Editor: White supremacy culture is still in our institutions

Letter to the Editor: White supremacy culture is still in our institutions

Letter to the Editor

September 4, 2020

As the University of Minnesota Medical School grapples with the aftermath of a current fourth year student defacing the George Floyd memorial square, it is clear that medical and public health institutions must look to move beyond their public statements condemning racism and police brutality; they mus...