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Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

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Orientation for transfer students starts this week and will be conducted entirely over zoom. Orientation is required for all transfer students.

[Photo] Transfer students weigh in on starting at UMN amid pandemic

Published July 19, 2021

Orientation for transfer students starts this week and will be conducted entirely over zoom. Orientation is required for all transfer students.

Owner of Saba Dhaba Do poses outside of the Curie Food Hall. The Currie Food Hall has a variety of restaurants to chose from, including two that are run by Saba.

[Photo] Saba Dhaba Do-check out this Pakistani ghost kitchen

Published July 12, 2021

Owner of Saba Dhaba Do poses outside of the Curie Food Hall. The Currie Food Hall has a variety of restaurants to chose from, including two that are run by Saba.

Casey O’Brien poses outside of the University of Minnesota Health Children’s Hospital on June 18th. O’Brien has plans to raise 1 million dollars for the hospital in the coming years.

[Photo] UMN grad raising $1 million to renovate M Health Fairview’s Journey Clinic

Published June 24, 2021

Casey O’Brien poses outside of the University of Minnesota Health Children’s Hospital on June 18th. O’Brien has plans to raise 1 million dollars for the hospital in the coming years.

Annika Aldernik works at The Book House in Dinkytown on Wednesday, June 16th.

[Photo] Minneapolis minimum wage set to increase in July

Published June 23, 2021

Annika Aldernik works at The Book House in Dinkytown on Wednesday, June 16th.

As summer heats up, many head inside to enjoy Dinkytown eating establishments on Sunday, June 13.

[Photo] Mask or no mask: Dinkytown restaurants discuss end of mask mandate

Published June 21, 2021

As summer heats up, many head inside to enjoy Dinkytown eating establishments on Sunday, June 13.

12:30 p.m. Rachel Brees receives her second cover vaccine in St. Paul on Wednesday, April 28.

[Photo] Day in the Life: April 28, 2021

Published April 30, 2021

12:30 p.m. Rachel Brees receives her second cover vaccine in St. Paul on Wednesday, April 28.

Neighborhood groups pick up trash in Van Cleve Park on Earth Day, April 21. Neighborhood groups organized the event to show their appreciation for the earth.

[Photo] Neighborhood organizations clean up the parks for Earth Day

Published April 26, 2021

Neighborhood groups pick up trash in Van Cleve Park on Earth Day, April 21. Neighborhood groups organized the event to show their appreciation for the earth.

Students participate in a protest organized by the Environmental Student Association outside of Northrop Auditorium on Thursday, April 22. The protest demanded environmental, racial, and disability justice.

[Photo] Student-led Earth Day march highlights climate crisis

Published April 25, 2021

Students participate in a protest organized by the Environmental Student Association outside of Northrop Auditorium on Thursday, April 22. The protest demanded environmental, racial, and disability justice.

A band provided energy and music to the crowd of activists, community members on journalists outside in George Floyd Square on Tuesday, April 20. While some marked the moment with music, food and celebration, many stressed that continued advocacy was needed to achieve justice.

[Photo] Gallery: Emotions erupt in Minneapolis following guilty verdicts in Chauvin trial

Published April 22, 2021

A band provided energy and music to the crowd of activists, community members on journalists outside in George Floyd Square on Tuesday, April 20. While some marked the moment with music, food and celebration,...

The new Why Canoes? exhibit located in the Northrop gallery on Tuesday, April 13. The exhibit was curated by University of Minnesota graduate student Jacob Bernier, American Indian Studies professor Dr. Vicente Diaz and former University student Chrissy Goodwin.

[Photo] Graduate student curates Northrop exhibit highlighting Indigenous canoeing communities

Published April 16, 2021

The new "Why Canoes?" exhibit located in the Northrop gallery on Tuesday, April 13. The exhibit was curated by University of Minnesota graduate student Jacob Bernier, American Indian Studies professor...