The Minnesota Daily

All content by Anthony Carranza

Ticket vendors sell through Facebook applications

November 13, 2007

TicketLeap, a company that organizes ticket sales for events localized to various communities, announced Nov. 5 its presence on networking Web site Facebook, where it eases online ticket vending. The University...

U pioneers rare skin disease treatment

November 7, 2007

Dermatologists are the first to identify the different types of skin diseases, but when a rare condition comes up, it can be passed to the University's Stem Cell Institute for treatment. On Nov. 1, the...

Former MSA president vies for Congress

October 30, 2007

Ashwin Madia, former Minnesota Student Association president who frequented Sally's on Wednesdays and enjoyed Annie's malts eight years ago, fought to keep tuition costs low. Today, the University political...

Study reports math and science teacher shortages

October 23, 2007

A new study by think tank Minnesota 2020 revealed shortages of math and science teachers throughout the state's elementary and high schools. More than half of the 366 superintendents participating in the...

Minn. attorney general sues Sprint Nextel

October 9, 2007

Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson filed a lawsuit against Sprint Nextel in Hennepin County District Court Sept. 27, alleging the company unlawfully renewed contracts without customers' consent. Sprint...