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Economics sophomore Alex Carlson uses the ATM outside TCF Bank in Coffman Union to deposit a check Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2013.

TCF Bank faces federal lawsuit over alleged overdraft fee deception

by Andrew Heiser
Published February 2, 2017
Feds say the official U Card bank tricked customers into costly overdraft services.
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New student apartment complex uses virtual reality to market units

by Andrew Heiser
Published January 31, 2017
Construction on CPM’s newest Marcy-Holmes property will finish this summer.
Employee Will Harris carries a pot of coffee while Dean Schieve reads the paper and wife Mary scrolls through her phone in Als Breakfast on Monday, Jan. 25, 2017. Dean said hes been coming to Als since he was a student in 1987. I like the ambience and the people, he said. Its a pretty cool place to come and read the paper.

At Al’s Breakfast: New owners, same ol’ breakfast traditions

by Andrew Heiser
Published January 26, 2017
A former University of Minnesota student, Alison Kirwin, and Doug Grina are now co-owners of the six-decade-old Dinkytown mainstay.

Minneapolis approves more than $1 billion in construction for fifth straight year

by Andrew Heiser
Published January 19, 2017
The trend will likely continue into the near future.
Students walk past the spot where Lao Sze Chaun, a Chicago-based Chinese restaurant chain, will be opening a location below WaHu in early February. The restaurant will be an addition to a collection of established Chinese restaurants in the Stadium Village area.

New Chinese restaurant, Lao Sze Chuan, slated to open in Stadium Village

by Andrew Heiser
Published January 17, 2017
Lao Sze Chuan’s first Minnesota location is scheduled to open Feb. 1.
A stark contrast is seen between the former Jamba Juice location and Espresso Expos

Independent business owners reflect on ‘heart and soul’ of Stadium Village

by special to the Minnesota Daily and Andrew Heiser
Published September 12, 2016
A new apartment complex has forced some of Stadium Village's most well-known businesses to shutter.

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