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A bomb threat was reported at TCF Bank Stadium at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 12.

[Photo] UMPD resolve bomb threat investigation at TCF Bank Stadium

November 12, 2020

A bomb threat was reported at TCF Bank Stadium at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 12.

Gophers football players sit on the sidelines during a game at TCF Bank Stadium on Oct. 3, 2015.

[Photo] Some Gopher football players remain undecided about 2020 return

October 7, 2020

Gophers football players sit on the sidelines during a game at TCF Bank Stadium on Oct. 3, 2015.

A view of the retail spaces available for leasing underneath Wahu apartments on Tuesday, May 30.

[Photo] Prospect Park Association seeks to educate renters and students about their rights

October 5, 2020

A view of the retail spaces available for leasing underneath Wahu apartments on Tuesday, May 30.

Gophers hockey player Nicole Schammel poses in Ridder Arena on Sunday, May, 24, 2014.

[Photo] Schammel to face old team after redshirt year

November 3, 2016

Gophers hockey player Nicole Schammel poses in Ridder Arena on Sunday, May, 24, 2014.

The mudslide on West Bank remains a work in progress on Sept. 2, 2014. The mudslide, which occurred at the base of the University of Minnesota's Fairview Medical Center in June of 2014, blocks bicyclists and pedestrians from using the West Bank trail.

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November 3, 2016

The mudslide on West Bank remains a work in progress on Sept. 2, 2014. The mudslide, which occurred at the base of the University of Minnesota's Fairview Medical Center in June of 2014, blocks bicyclists...

(Left to right) Amanda Churchill, Jess Smith, and Danny Churchill of Eustace the Dragon pose at Smith's home in St. Paul. The local folk band is one of many musical acts that will perform at Grounds and Sounds music festival at Groundswell in St. Paul on August 15.

[Photo] All’s well that Groundswell

August 5, 2015

(Left to right) Amanda Churchill, Jess Smith, and Danny Churchill of Eustace the Dragon pose at Smith's home in St. Paul. The local folk band is one of many musical acts that will perform at Grounds and...

(Left to right) Nate Karnitz, Kirsten Karnitz and Chris Kulzer pose with their first product,

[Photo] Craft spirits flowing in Mpls.

August 5, 2015

(Left to right) Nate Karnitz, Kirsten Karnitz and Chris Kulzer pose with their first product, "Tippling House Vodka", at Lawless Distilling Company in St. Paul on Monday. Founder and Carlson School of...

A biker travels along 18th avenue on Tuesday. While the city is planning to give the street bike lanes, the Southeast Como Improvement Association worries that such a change will harm parking availability in the highly populated area.

[Photo] New bike lanes could push out parking

August 5, 2015

A biker travels along 18th avenue on Tuesday. While the city is planning to give the street bike lanes, the Southeast Como Improvement Association worries that such a change will harm parking availability...

A stalk of Mullein, an exotic species, grows at Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve on Friday, July 24. University researcher Eric Seabloom published a study last week about exotic species that explores how the origin of a plant predicts its response to nutrient enrichment and herbivores.

[Photo] Study shows differences in exotic and native plants

July 29, 2015

A stalk of Mullein, an exotic species, grows at Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve on Friday, July 24. University researcher Eric Seabloom published a study last week about exotic species that explores...

U professor Jeff Millikan poses in his studio in Minneapolis on Monday. Millikan is one of the artists showcasing bee-related art at the Inaugural Bee Arts Event at the St. Paul Student Center on Monday, August 3.

[Photo] Making an artful buzz

July 29, 2015

U professor Jeff Millikan poses in his studio in Minneapolis on Monday. Millikan is one of the artists showcasing bee-related art at the Inaugural Bee Arts Event at the St. Paul Student Center on Monday,...

Paul Schoenecker places his purchased items in a plastic bag at CVS on Tuesday. Ward 2 City Councilman Cam Gordon hopes to reduce the city's environmental impact by keeping bags out of landfills and possibly banning plastic bags at retail sites throughout the city.

[Photo] Plastic bag ban may hit Minneapolis

July 29, 2015

Paul Schoenecker places his purchased items in a plastic bag at CVS on Tuesday. Ward 2 City Councilman Cam Gordon hopes to reduce the city's environmental impact by keeping bags out of landfills and possibly...

Minnesota native Alicia Bognanno performs with band Bully at Pitchfork Music Festival on Saturday, July 18. The indie-rock band formed in 2013 and is currently based in Nashville.

[Photo] Bully wows Pitchfork Music Festival 2015

July 22, 2015

Minnesota native Alicia Bognanno performs with band Bully at Pitchfork Music Festival on Saturday, July 18. The indie-rock band formed in 2013 and is currently based in Nashville.

Eddie Estrada bats for the Northwoods League's Willmar Stingers in a game against the Rochester Honkers at the Bill Taunton Stadium in Willmar, Minn., on July 9, 2015. Estrada will be entering his first season with the Gophers this fall.

[Photo] Estrada prepares for college at Northwoods League

July 22, 2015

Eddie Estrada bats for the Northwoods League's Willmar Stingers in a game against the Rochester Honkers at the Bill Taunton Stadium in Willmar, Minn., on July 9, 2015. Estrada will be entering his first...

Ran Blekhman poses in the Blekhman Lab on Friday. Blekhman, who studies genetic variations and the microbiome with fellow researchers in the lab, co-authored a study last month linking the gut microbiome and colon cancer.

[Photo] Bacteria could improve cancer detection

July 15, 2015

Ran Blekhman poses in the Blekhman Lab on Friday. Blekhman, who studies genetic variations and the microbiome with fellow researchers in the lab, co-authored a study last month linking the gut microbiome...

The Gortner Avenue Ramp sits on the St. Paul campus on Sunday evening. The ramp was granted two awards from the Better Buildings Alliance's Lighting Energy Efficiency in Parking for the greatest percent of savings in a single structure as well as the best use of lighting controls in a single parking facility.

[Photo] Parking garages get efficiency update

July 15, 2015

The Gortner Avenue Ramp sits on the St. Paul campus on Sunday evening. The ramp was granted two awards from the Better Buildings Alliance's Lighting Energy Efficiency in Parking for the greatest percent...

Tyler Hanson pitches for the Willmar Stingers in a game against the Rochester Honkers at the Bill Taunton Stadium on Friday, July 9. Hanson, who finished his second season for the Gophers last spring, joined the Northwoods League in order to continue playing baseball this summer.

[Photo] Tyler Hanson takes on starting for Willmar Stingers

July 15, 2015

Tyler Hanson pitches for the Willmar Stingers in a game against the Rochester Honkers at the Bill Taunton Stadium on Friday, July 9. Hanson, who finished his second season for the Gophers last spring,...

Founder Dan Oskey talks to Distillery Manager Bentley Gillman at Tattersall Distilling in northeast Minneapolis on Monday. Tattersall, which distills its own spirits in a distillery just beyond the glass walls of its cocktail room, will open for business on Wednesday, July 8.

[Photo] Spirits in the Night

July 8, 2015

Founder Dan Oskey talks to Distillery Manager Bentley Gillman at Tattersall Distilling in northeast Minneapolis on Monday. Tattersall, which distills its own spirits in a distillery just beyond the glass...

New University of Minnesota Police Department chief Matt Clark poses in the Transportation and Safety Building on Monday. Clark, who has served on the Minneapolis Police Department for more than two decades, will now lead the 50 members of the UMPD as well as the University's Public Safety Communications Center.

[Photo] New police chief steps into role this week

July 8, 2015

New University of Minnesota Police Department chief Matt Clark poses in the Transportation and Safety Building on Monday. Clark, who has served on the Minneapolis Police Department for more than two decades,...

Justine Chu, Abby Hempy, and Alex Melin work on the Formula SAE car built by CSE group Gopher Motorsports in Minneapolis on Monday. The group members, who compete in the global Formula SAE series against other universities each year, often work on the car inside of a team member's garage and are unhappy with the resources they have gotten from the University while building their vehicle.

[Photo] CSE groups struggle with work space concerns

July 8, 2015

Justine Chu, Abby Hempy, and Alex Melin work on the Formula SAE car built by CSE group Gopher Motorsports in Minneapolis on Monday. The group members, who compete in the global Formula SAE series against...

Local indie-pop band Step Rockets poses in their rehearsal space in Minneapolis on June 25. The band will headline a show at Mill City Museum on July 4.

[Photo] Step Rockets blasts off Fourth of July weekend

July 1, 2015

Local indie-pop band Step Rockets poses in their rehearsal space in Minneapolis on June 25. The band will headline a show at Mill City Museum on July 4.

Barista Bethany Brown serves up a customer's iced coffee at Five Watt Coffee on Tuesday.

[Photo] A tall glass of cool joe

July 1, 2015

Barista Bethany Brown serves up a customer's iced coffee at Five Watt Coffee on Tuesday.

A Shuang Cheng employee brings a recycling bin back inside after emptying it behind the restaurant in Dinkytown on Monday. City Council has set a goal to have half of the city's waste composted or recycled by 2020 and 80 percent by 2030.

[Photo] City recycling plan defines new goals

July 1, 2015

A Shuang Cheng employee brings a recycling bin back inside after emptying it behind the restaurant in Dinkytown on Monday. City Council has set a goal to have half of the city's waste composted or recycled...

A tanning bed sits available for residents to use at FloCo Fusion Apartments on Monday, June 15. Many luxury apartments near the U offer tanning as a free amenity for their residents despite CDC studies that report an increase in Melanoma cases in recent years.

[Photo] Indoor tanning, melanoma on the rise

June 17, 2015

A tanning bed sits available for residents to use at FloCo Fusion Apartments on Monday, June 15. Many luxury apartments near the U offer tanning as a free amenity for their residents despite CDC studies...

Northeast Night Market organizers Margie and Madeline Siggelkow plan the layout of their upcoming event at Bauhaus Brewery on Sunday, June 13. The market, which showcases thirty local artisan vendors, musicians and street performers, will take place on Tuesday, June 23.

[Photo] Nighttime is the right time

June 17, 2015

Northeast Night Market organizers Margie and Madeline Siggelkow plan the layout of their upcoming event at Bauhaus Brewery on Sunday, June 13. The market, which showcases thirty local artisan vendors,...

Coleman Iverson, Alexander Hambrock, Alexandra Feeken, and Nadya Nguyen pose in their workspace in Minneapolis on Saturday, June 13. They are four of five University alumni who have invented the HidrateMe water bottle.

[Photo] Hydration and innovation

June 17, 2015

Coleman Iverson, Alexander Hambrock, Alexandra Feeken, and Nadya Nguyen pose in their workspace in Minneapolis on Saturday, June 13. They are four of five University alumni who have invented the HidrateMe...

Graduate design students Robin Carufel and Kira Erickson put the finishing touches on dresses designed for activewear in McNeal Hall on Monday. Tucker Center researchers worked with College of Design students to create a line of culturally appropriate activewear that East-African middle school girls will model at a fashion show on June 10.

[Photo] Breaking barriers in basketball

June 10, 2015

Graduate design students Robin Carufel and Kira Erickson put the finishing touches on dresses designed for activewear in McNeal Hall on Monday. Tucker Center researchers worked with College of Design students...

Black Market Brass poses for a group portrait at their rehearsal space in Minneapolis on Wednesday, June 3. The music group plays a blend of Afrobeat and funk to bring bold, uptempo sound to their audiences.

[Photo] Jumpsuit jubilee

June 10, 2015

Black Market Brass poses for a group portrait at their rehearsal space in Minneapolis on Wednesday, June 3. The music group plays a blend of Afrobeat and funk to bring bold, uptempo sound to their audiences.

Former Gopher forward Shae Kelley guards against New York Liberty's Candice Wiggins in a pre-season game at Target Center on Monday.

[Photo] Shae Kelley waived by Minnesota Lynx

June 2, 2015

Former Gopher forward Shae Kelley guards against New York Liberty's Candice Wiggins in a pre-season game at Target Center on Monday.

Bartender Vanessa Smith sells a growler of beer to a customer at Town Hall Brewery on Monday. On June 5 the city council will vote on possible changes that would allow the sale of growlers on Sundays at breweries and taprooms, as well as changing the time for Sunday sales from 10 a.m. to 8 a.m.

[Photo] Liquor rules may loosen

June 3, 2015

Bartender Vanessa Smith sells a growler of beer to a customer at Town Hall Brewery on Monday. On June 5 the city council will vote on possible changes that would allow the sale of growlers on Sundays at...

Sophomore Nicole Schammel poses in Ridder Arena on Sunday. Schammel is transferring from Minnesota State Mankato this year to join the Gopher Hockey team as a forward.

[Photo] Schammel transfers in-state to Gophers

May 27, 2015

Sophomore Nicole Schammel poses in Ridder Arena on Sunday. Schammel is transferring from Minnesota State Mankato this year to join the Gopher Hockey team as a forward.

Narco States vocalist Michael MacBlane-Meyer sings with his band at the Turf Club on Monday. Narco States, a psychadelic garage-rock punk band, is passionate about the Minnesota garage scene and strives for unpredictable live performances.

[Photo] Organs, tissue & Narco States

May 7, 2015

Narco States vocalist Michael MacBlane-Meyer sings with his band at the Turf Club on Monday. Narco States, a psychadelic garage-rock punk band, is passionate about the Minnesota garage scene and strives...

The Library Bar is one of the locations that could be deemed historic in Dinkytown. The bar would be protected and preserved by the Dinkytown Historic District.

[Photo] Businesses concerned with historic status

May 6, 2015

The Library Bar is one of the locations that could be deemed historic in Dinkytown. The bar would be protected and preserved by the Dinkytown Historic District.

Ivoire Foreman oversees the roasting process of coffee beans at the Peace Coffee Roastery on Friday. Peace Coffee sells organic, fair-trade coffee in its coffee shops as well as many retail locations.

[Photo] Coffee culture

May 5, 2015

Ivoire Foreman oversees the roasting process of coffee beans at the Peace Coffee Roastery on Friday. Peace Coffee sells organic, fair-trade coffee in its coffee shops as well as many retail locations....

University professor Daniel Voytas developed a method of editing plant genes using a technology that is currently at the center of a patent dispute.

[Photo] DNA tech in a legal battle

April 29, 2015

University professor Daniel Voytas developed a method of editing plant genes using a technology that is currently at the center of a patent dispute.

Junior Ella Masters works as a cook at Butter Bakery Cafe on Sunday. She has duties ranging from roasting turkeys and preparing salad dressing for the kitchen line.

[Photo] The real college kitchenista

April 28, 2015

Junior Ella Masters works as a cook at Butter Bakery Cafe on Sunday. She has duties ranging from roasting turkeys and preparing salad dressing for the kitchen line.

Creators of a mini beer pong contraption and a phone holder for vacuums converse while they wait to be interviewed by

[Photo] Shark Tank scoops up new talent at U casting call

April 27, 2015

Creators of a mini beer pong contraption and a phone holder for vacuums converse while they wait to be interviewed by "Shark Tank" casting representatives on Saturday at the Carlson School of Management....

Graduate students Megan Cross and Grant Cooper pick up trash for Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board's Earth Day cleanup at Lake of the Isles on Saturday. Members of the student group Natural Resources Association of Graduate Students decided to participate in the event to support Earth Day.

[Photo] Students join city clean-up

April 27, 2015

Graduate students Megan Cross and Grant Cooper pick up trash for Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board's Earth Day cleanup at Lake of the Isles on Saturday. Members of the student group Natural Resources...

Sarah Edwards poses at Arrow Boutique in Minneapolis on Wednesday. Edwards, with the help of her group I AM KXNDNESS, will present the I AM FABULOUS! fashion show at the Varsity Theater on Sunday to celebrate beauty and style at every age.

[Photo] Beauty never expires

April 23, 2015

Sarah Edwards poses at Arrow Boutique in Minneapolis on Wednesday. Edwards, with the help of her group I AM KXNDNESS, will present the I AM FABULOUS! fashion show at the Varsity Theater on Sunday to celebrate...

Blueberry lemonade and ginger ale with lemons serve as refreshing drinks in the spring.

[Photo] College Kitchen: Refreshing drinks

April 23, 2015

Blueberry lemonade and ginger ale with lemons serve as refreshing drinks in the spring.

Graduate architecture student Ben Kraft works on his thesis project, a tiny house, behind Rapson Hall on Monday. Kraft and his wife intend to live in the 221-square-foot home when he graduates in the spring.

[Photo] Tiny house, wide impact

April 21, 2015

Graduate architecture student Ben Kraft works on his thesis project, a tiny house, behind Rapson Hall on Monday. Kraft and his wife intend to live in the 221-square-foot home when he graduates in the spring.

Members of local bluegrass band Thirsty River rehearse in Minneapolis on Wednesday. The band will be performing at their CD release show at Icehouse on Friday, April 17.

[Photo] Plunging into Thirsty River

April 16, 2015

Members of local bluegrass band Thirsty River rehearse in Minneapolis on Wednesday. The band will be performing at their CD release show at Icehouse on Friday, April 17.

Graduate students Alberto Babio and Deuk-Geun Hong build WAM's upcoming pop-up park in the W.L. Hall Workshop inside Rapson Hall on Sunday. Created by the WAM Collective student group, the park will take over the museum's front plaza from April 20 to May 10.

[Photo] From concrete to tiny park

April 16, 2015

Graduate students Alberto Babio and Deuk-Geun Hong build WAM's upcoming pop-up park in the W.L. Hall Workshop inside Rapson Hall on Sunday. Created by the WAM Collective student group, the park will take...

Urban Sound, a co-ed a cappella ensemble, rehearses in Ferguson Hall on Monday. The group is one of five a cappella groups that will be performing at the University A Cappella Fest at Coffman Union on Saturday.

[Photo] A community of voices

April 16, 2015

Urban Sound, a co-ed a cappella ensemble, rehearses in Ferguson Hall on Monday. The group is one of five a cappella groups that will be performing at the University A Cappella Fest at Coffman Union on...

Pulled pork, sazón rice and roasted vegetables are just a few of the Columbian-influenced menu options at Café Racer Kitchen in Minneapolis on Sunday.

[Photo] Off to the races

April 14, 2015

Pulled pork, sazón rice and roasted vegetables are just a few of the Columbian-influenced menu options at Café Racer Kitchen in Minneapolis on Sunday.

Police officers stand on the steps of a multi-tenant housing unit on the corner of Fifth Avenue Southeast and Sixth Street Southeast on Friday. Residents were evacuated after unknown chemicals were found in the building on April 10, 2015.

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April 14, 2015

Police officers stand on the steps of a multi-tenant housing unit on the corner of Fifth Avenue Southeast and Sixth Street Southeast on Friday. Residents were evacuated after unknown chemicals were found...

Keith Peterson cuts branches from a Dinkytown tree on Wednesday. The city is cutting down more than 30 of the nieghborhood's trees that have died from high salt concentrations in the soil and a lack of watering.

[Photo] Dying Dinkytown trees to come down

April 9, 2015

Keith Peterson cuts branches from a Dinkytown tree on Wednesday. The city is cutting down more than 30 of the nieghborhood's trees that have died from high salt concentrations in the soil and a lack of...

Bicyclists of all ages gather for doughnuts at the end of Calhoun Cycle's Pastry Ride at A Baker's Wife on Saturday. The ride is a part of

[Photo] Donut rides that change the world

April 9, 2015

Bicyclists of all ages gather for doughnuts at the end of Calhoun Cycle's Pastry Ride at A Baker's Wife on Saturday. The ride is a part of "30 Days of Biking," a yearly event in which people pledge to...

Chef Erica Strait of Foxy Falafel serves kids as they partake in a taste test through the True Food Chef Council at Cityview Community School in Minneapolis on March 6. The Council partners with Minneapolis Public Schools for these taste tests to help come up with possible improvements in Minneapolis Public School lunch menus.

[Photo] Dishing out healthier plates

April 8, 2015

Chef Erica Strait of Foxy Falafel serves kids as they partake in a taste test through the True Food Chef Council at Cityview Community School in Minneapolis on March 6. The Council partners with Minneapolis...

Theatre BFA students rehearse for Shakespeare's

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April 8, 2015

Theatre BFA students rehearse for Shakespeare's "Comedy of Errors" in the Rarig Center on Monday. Opening April 2 and running through April 7, the University's BFA program will alternate productions of...