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Episode 63: Virtual mental health care

Episode 63: Virtual mental health care

Ava Kian and Ethan Quezada

September 24, 2020

In this episode, we look at the Boynton Mental Health Clinic’s coronavirus response and patients’ reactions, speaking to providers at Boynton and students who have experienced virtual therapy.

Political student groups gear up for 2020 election

College Republicans President Kirby Gibson poses outside Johnson Hall on Sunday, Sep. 20. Gibson is looking at alternative ways to mobilize and promote campaigns now that safety concerns discourage in-person meetings.

Jasmine Snow, City Reporter

September 22, 2020

While the College Republicans and the Collegiate Group for Trump have united in supporting the president’s reelection bid, Democratic groups are split in their support.

Episode 21: The Gophers’ gains and losses

Episode 21: The Gophers’ gains and losses

Sports Staff

September 19, 2020

In this week's episode of "The Weekly Rundown," our staff discusses the return of Big Ten football and the athletics department's decision to eliminate three men's sports.

Episode 62: Meet Dr. Alexander

Episode 62: Meet Dr. Alexander

Megan Germnudson and Ava Kian

September 17, 2020

After a summer of protests surrounding issues of police brutality and civil rights, the University of Minnesota is starting off the school year by bringing in an expert to review safety and equity on campus and in the UMPD. In this episode, we interviewed Dr. Cedric L. Alexander, the civic leader, trained clinical psychologist and former police chief appointed to conduct the assessment. 

Episode 61: Housing, Highways and Systemic Racism

Episode 61: Housing, Highways and Systemic Racism

Jessica Toledo

June 26, 2020

MEGAN PALMER: Hey all, and happy Thursday. This month, the podcast team at the Daily has been following the George Floyd protests and the history of policing in Minneapolis. This week, we’re taking a look at how racism in housing has underpinned generations of inequality. Reporter Jess Toledo has the story. INTRO MUSIC – FADE IN, FADE OUT J...

Episode 60: The George Floyd Case

<p>In the Know: Breaking Down the U's News</p>

Megan Germundson

June 18, 2020

MEGAN PALMER: Happy Thursday, and thank you for joining us. This month, the team at "In The Know" has been following the George Floyd protests and the history of police brutality in the Twin Cities. Now, we are looking toward the future. Reporter Megan Germundson has the latest on what we can anticipate from the legal battle to co...

Episode 59: The George Floyd Protests: The history of police brutality in the Twin Cities

<p>In the Know: Breaking Down the U's News</p>

Nat Jacobwith

June 11, 2020

MEGAN PALMER: Hey everyone, and happy Thursday. As the effects of the killing of George Floyd continue to ripple throughout the world, the team at In The Know is continuing our examination of its context and aftermath. This week, reporter Nat Jacobwith is taking a deep dive into the violent history ...

Episode 58: The George Floyd Protests: U Students Demand Accountability

<p>In the Know: Breaking Down the U's News</p>

Megan Germundson

June 4, 2020

MEGAN PALMER: Hello, and welcome back to "In The Know." My name is Megan Palmer, and I'm the new podcast producer at the Minnesota Daily. Our original production plans for this month have been turned on their head.  History is being made in our city, and for that reason, our coverage is going ...