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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

Courtney: My thoughts on abortion

Courtney: My thoughts on abortion

by Zach Courtney
Published September 17, 2021
A look at Texas’ new anti-abortion law and what it really means to be pro-life.

Michaelson: Can Lorde kick it? Yeah, she can.

by Gavin Michaelson
Published September 16, 2021
After five long years, Lorde returns to the music scene, and her new album “Solar Power” is HOTTER than the sun.

Adwan: Yes, Millennials and Gen Z are “Soft.” That’s Not a Bad Thing.

by Noor Adwan
Published September 16, 2021
Making the case that “softness” should be destigmatized.
Doty: Should Twin Cities students be paid a livable wage?

Doty: Should Twin Cities students be paid a livable wage?

by Matthew Doty
Published September 13, 2021
A system-wide solution does not address unique needs of students on different campuses.
Luul Boru profile

Boru: You don’t have to be a people person to experience other cultures

by Luul Boru
Published August 2, 2021
What better way than to immerse yourself in what the Twin Cities has to offer in cultural diversity than comfort food and events.
Doty: Symptoms may include loss of smell and taste, cough and increased homicide rates

Doty: Symptoms may include loss of smell and taste, cough and increased homicide rates

by Matthew Doty
Published August 2, 2021
Did COVID-19 make American cities dangerous, or have they always been?
Brankin: Stop normalizing nicotine usage

Brankin: Stop normalizing nicotine usage

by Tara Brankin
Published July 28, 2021
The normalization of nicotine use can have a profoundly negative effect on young people’s lives.
Eaton: When Riots get Rainbow-washed

Eaton: When Riots get Rainbow-washed

by Emily Eaton
Published July 26, 2021
Pride month may be over, but LGBT+ rights in the U.S. are more important than ever.
Doty: Freedom to speak and freedom to listen

Doty: Freedom to speak and freedom to listen

by Matthew Doty
Published July 21, 2021
What a 60-year-old Bob Dylan song taught me about division and ideology.