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Pat Tschida shows the crack in her dentures that she’s been super gluing for about ten years.

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Pat Tschida shows the crack in her dentures that she’s been super gluing for about ten years.

Annie Padovese, left, sips a Surly with Eleni Ayo Caros, center, Lana Hogan, right, and friends Sunday afternoon on the patio at Burrito Loco.

[Photo] Bar patio ordinance moves one step closer

June 8, 2011

Annie Padovese, left, sips a Surly with Eleni Ayo Caros, center, Lana Hogan, right, and friends Sunday afternoon on the patio at Burrito Loco.

Chris Curtiss cuts sausage for her aunt Joan Fredrickson Saturday morning at St Boniface Church. The pancake breakfast fundraiser was hosted by the church for the North East Minneapolis farmers market.

[Photo] Farmers markets grow in popularity in Minneapolis

June 8, 2011

Chris Curtiss cuts sausage for her aunt Joan Fredrickson Saturday morning at St Boniface Church. The pancake breakfast fundraiser was hosted by the church for the North East Minneapolis farmers market.

Pat Tschida looks through her bills from the Universtiy dental clinic Thursday morning in her apartment in St Paul. The University dental clinic accepts state funded insurance like Minnesota Care which allows Tschida to get less expensive dental work done.

[Photo] Public finds dentists for fewer dollars

June 8, 2011

Pat Tschida looks through her bills from the Universtiy dental clinic Thursday morning in her apartment in St Paul. The University dental clinic accepts state funded insurance like Minnesota Care which...

Flint Hills International Children’s Festival

June 7, 2011

The festival, hosted by the Ordway and sponsored by Flint Hills, Target, and others, featured performances from national artist such as Project Bandaloop from California. During the school days, children...

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Associate Professor of Chemistry Christy Haynes teaches home school student Willow Skidmore about the first law of thermodynamics Thursday morning in Smith Hall. The Chemistry performance called “Energy and U” was taught by university professors to inspire children to pursue science as a future career possibility.

[Photo] U profs recruit kids for future science and math careers

May 25, 2011

ERIN WESTOVER, DAILY Associate Professor of Chemistry Christy Haynes teaches home school student Willow Skidmore about the first law of thermodynamics Thursday morning in Smith Hall. The Chemistry performance...

New Zeta Phi Beta sorority probates perform their step routine April 22nd in the Cube of Coffman.

[Photo] Historically black sorority returns to U

May 2, 2011

New Zeta Phi Beta sorority probates perform their step routine April 22nd in the Cube of Coffman.

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May 2, 2011

Professor of Immunology Kristin Hogquist talks to a graduate student in her lab, which is attached to her husband’s, Tuesday in the Wallin Medical Biosciences Building. Hogquist said the University hasn’t paid close enough attention to gender equity in salaries.

[Photo] Money and gender

April 28, 2011

Professor of Immunology Kristin Hogquist talks to a graduate student in her lab, which is attached to her husband’s, Tuesday in the Wallin Medical Biosciences Building. Hogquist said the University hasn’t...

Julian Freeman checks for financial records at One Stop Tuesday morning in the Science Teaching and Student Services building. Freeman just had a hold lifted that was preventing him from registering for his final semester at the University.

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April 28, 2011

Julian Freeman checks for financial records at One Stop Tuesday morning in the Science Teaching and Student Services building. Freeman just had a hold lifted that was preventing him from registering for...

Lateef Oseni volunteers at the Whose University event on April 20th in the Great Hall of Coffman Memorial Union. Since there weren’t many multi-cultural events available in his Coon Rapids high school, Oseni takes every opportunity to participate at the University.

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April 28, 2011

Lateef Oseni volunteers at the Whose University event on April 20th in the Great Hall of Coffman Memorial Union. Since there weren’t many multi-cultural events available in his Coon Rapids high school,...

Phil Binns helps Lilia Torchia-Stately finish her MCA practice test in the hall of Southside Family Charter School.

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April 28, 2011

Phil Binns helps Lilia Torchia-Stately finish her MCA practice test in the hall of Southside Family Charter School.

Phil Binns works with fourth grade students to prepare for the math section on the MCA tests at the Southside Family Charter School on April 18th. Binns volunteers every week with the school as part of a requirement for class but believes strongly in helping others the way he was helped.

[Photo] Struggling to graduate black students

April 27, 2011

Phil Binns works with fourth grade students to prepare for the math section on the MCA tests at the Southside Family Charter School on April 18th. Binns volunteers every week with the school as part of...

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April 27, 2011

People walk past the window displays in front of Heartbreaker on Saturday in Uptown. The displays were designed by University students.

[Photo] U design students find canvasses in Uptown storefronts

April 12, 2011

People walk past the window displays in front of Heartbreaker on Saturday in Uptown. The displays were designed by University students.

Pedestrians cross Washington Ave in the Stadium Village area Friday night. The University Police Department is increasing the number of citations given to pedestrians disobeying traffic signals.

[Photo] Tickets increase as peds shirk campus stoplights

April 11, 2011

Pedestrians cross Washington Ave in the Stadium Village area Friday night. The University Police Department is increasing the number of citations given to pedestrians disobeying traffic signals.

The aluminum lids are shot with a small burst of CO2 to prevent oxygen in the can once the cans are sealed.

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April 11, 2011

The aluminum lids are shot with a small burst of CO2 to prevent oxygen in the can once the cans are sealed.

The Flying Dorrito Brothers play at Nick and Eddies in Loring Park Saturday night.

[Photo] Puns a'blazing

April 7, 2011

The Flying Dorrito Brothers play at Nick and Eddies in Loring Park Saturday night.

Paul Stelmach of Surly Brewing Company watches the production line of the canning process Wednesday afternoon in the warehouse in Brooklyn Center.

[Photo] Brewers close in on selling own booze

April 7, 2011

Paul Stelmach of Surly Brewing Company watches the production line of the canning process Wednesday afternoon in the warehouse in Brooklyn Center.

Trish Painter’s first cd was of songs she wrote inspired by her dog and this second cd includes songs inspired from various moments in her life.

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April 7, 2011

Trish Painter’s first cd was of songs she wrote inspired by her dog and this second cd includes songs inspired from various moments in her life.

Nursing Professor Trish Painter checks the levels for the recording of her second cd Sunday afternoon in her house off of East River Parkway. Painter held a house concert Sunday evening where friends and neighbors came to listen and have dinner together.

[Photo] Profs sing the blues after hours

April 5, 2011

Nursing Professor Trish Painter checks the levels for the recording of her second cd Sunday afternoon in her house off of East River Parkway. Painter held a house concert Sunday evening where friends and...

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April 4, 2011

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April 4, 2011

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March 31, 2011

Graduate student Stephen Miller stands next to his Honda Civic Monday afternoon outside his apartment off of University Avenue. The back window of Miller’s Civic was smashed and the burglar went through the back door to steal Miller’s iPod. Miller’s car and multiple others in the lot were broken into the Tuesday night of spring break.

[Photo] U area a hot spot for theft and break-ins

March 29, 2011

Graduate student Stephen Miller stands next to his Honda Civic Monday afternoon outside his apartment off of University Avenue. The back window of Miller’s Civic was smashed and the burglar went through...

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March 29, 2011

Students work on demos and designs for a new garden to go outside Rapson Hall Saturday afternoon in Rapson lobby. Designs focused on issues such as water resources and bike accessibility.

[Photo] Students to spruce up Rapson

March 28, 2011

Students work on demos and designs for a new garden to go outside Rapson Hall Saturday afternoon in Rapson lobby. Designs focused on issues such as water resources and bike accessibility.

Senior Chloee Daniels-Miller stretches her hamstrings with the rest of the cadets Monday morning in the Fieldhouse.

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March 28, 2011

Senior Chloee Daniels-Miller stretches her hamstrings with the rest of the cadets Monday morning in the Fieldhouse.

Owner Milo David gives a haircut to long time customer Coke Campbell Wednesday morning at David’s barbershop Milo’s on 4th in Dinkytown. David will retire on March 30th after working 42 years in Dinkytown and 21 years in Milo’s.

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March 28, 2011

Owner Milo David gives a haircut to long time customer Coke Campbell Wednesday morning at David’s barbershop Milo’s on 4th in Dinkytown. David will retire on March 30th after working 42 years in Dinkytown...

Antique barber tools line the wall around the scheduling calendar at Milo’s on 4th. Most of the tools are donations from customers over the years.

[Photo] After 42 years in Dinkytown, Milo prepares for his ‘final cut’

March 21, 2011

Antique barber tools line the wall around the scheduling calendar at Milo’s on 4th. Most of the tools are donations from customers over the years.

Barbers David Watts (left), Detronza Kirksey (middle), and Milo David (right) pose for a photo Tuesday afternoon at Milo’s on 4th in Dinkytown. After Davids retires Kirksey will take over the business.

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March 21, 2011

Barbers David Watts (left), Detronza Kirksey (middle), and Milo David (right) pose for a photo Tuesday afternoon at Milo’s on 4th in Dinkytown. After Davids retires Kirksey will take over the business.

Jessica Norling searches for new clothing Monday afternoon at the store Cliché in Uptown. Norling lives close by and shops there for their plethora of unique clothing options.

[Photo] Spring style update

March 10, 2011

Jessica Norling searches for new clothing Monday afternoon at the store Cliché in Uptown. Norling lives close by and shops there for their plethora of unique clothing options.

Seniors and friends Morley Spencer (left) and Nora Radtke (right) talk about papers and projects Wednesday morning in the human rights program office in the Social Sciences building. Radtke and Spencer will be receiving an award on Thursday for their work in human rights.

[Photo] Alumna’s ’80s human rights fight inspires scholarship

March 10, 2011

Seniors and friends Morley Spencer (left) and Nora Radtke (right) talk about papers and projects Wednesday morning in the human rights program office in the Social Sciences building. Radtke and Spencer...

Archivist Elisabeth Kaplan shows a course list from 1880’s when the university’s first president William Watts Folwell was nearing the end of his term.

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March 10, 2011

Archivist Elisabeth Kaplan shows a course list from 1880’s when the university’s first president William Watts Folwell was nearing the end of his term.

Faculty member of the Institute of Production and Recording Adam Levy plays the piano in a recording studio at IPR Wednesday afternoon. Levy has been commissioned to work with other local musicians for a concert being held at the Cedar Cultural Center on March 6.

[Photo] Collaboration with a twist

March 3, 2011

Faculty member of the Institute of Production and Recording Adam Levy plays the piano in a recording studio at IPR Wednesday afternoon. Levy has been commissioned to work with other local musicians for...

Employee Mark Fisher places a solid form of a gas into an older deposition machine with a heating coil in the top. At high temperatures gases fall apart and deposite film onto the wafers.

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March 3, 2011

Employee Mark Fisher places a solid form of a gas into an older deposition machine with a heating coil in the top. At high temperatures gases fall apart and deposite film onto the wafers.

The new deposition machine in the Nanofabrication Center in Keller Hall will be used to deposite thin films of metals such as aluminum, titanium, and nickel onto glass wafers that will be used in the lithography process.

[Photo] U seeks space as tech industry grows

March 1, 2011

The new deposition machine in the Nanofabrication Center in Keller Hall will be used to deposite thin films of metals such as aluminum, titanium, and nickel onto glass wafers that will be used in the lithography...

Professional golfer Karen Weiss tells of her experiences in the LPGA and her career in golfing Friday morning in the Woodbury Public Library.

[Photo] The Transition: Karen Weiss

March 8, 2011

Professional golfer Karen Weiss tells of her experiences in the LPGA and her career in golfing Friday morning in the Woodbury Public Library.

Owner Bill Biermaier re-stocks Wednesday books in his store.

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February 27, 2011

Owner Bill Biermaier re-stocks Wednesday books in his store.

Jane Garvin looks through some books Wednesday afternoon at Biermaier’s Books in Dinkytown. Garvin says she hadn’t heard of the store until she read about its closing in the paper and has already been back four times.

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February 27, 2011

Jane Garvin looks through some books Wednesday afternoon at Biermaier’s Books in Dinkytown. Garvin says she hadn’t heard of the store until she read about its closing in the paper and has already been...

Owner Bill Biermaier looks through books Wednesday in the basement of Biermaier. Biermaier is retiring after running his business for over forty years and still has roughly 50,000 books left to sell.

[Photo] Biermaier’s Books enters final chapter

February 24, 2011

Owner Bill Biermaier looks through books Wednesday in the basement of Biermaier. Biermaier is retiring after running his business for over forty years and still has roughly 50,000 books left to sell.

Newly elected regent Laura Brod receives congratulations Monday evening at the State Capitol. Brod, a former state representative, was chosen over incumbent regent Steven Hunter.

[Photo] Leg. sticks to slate for new U regents

February 22, 2011

Newly elected regent Laura Brod receives congratulations Monday evening at the State Capitol. Brod, a former state representative, was chosen over incumbent regent Steven Hunter.

University of Minnesota Student Association member Jonathan Schmidt spoke at the Minnesota Senate Higher Education Committee Wednesday afternoon at the St. Paul capitol.

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February 21, 2011

University of Minnesota Student Association member Jonathan Schmidt spoke at the Minnesota Senate Higher Education Committee Wednesday afternoon at the St. Paul capitol.

Ophelia Mensah from Saint Paul College gets fellow students fired up Wednesday morning during the march to the State Capitol.

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February 21, 2011

Ophelia Mensah from Saint Paul College gets fellow students fired up Wednesday morning during the march to the State Capitol.

Sen. John Carlson, R-Bemidji, showed support for students rallying outside the State Capitol Wednesday morning. Carlson co-sponsored a bill proposing a freeze on tuition and limitations on tuition increases for Minnesota State Colleges and Universities.

[Photo] Tuition freeze bill brings out passions

February 17, 2011

Sen. John Carlson, R-Bemidji, showed support for students rallying outside the State Capitol Wednesday morning. Carlson co-sponsored a bill proposing a freeze on tuition and limitations on tuition increases...

Larissa Johnson shows the shooting range Tuesday afternoon at the Minnetonka Police Department. Johnson is an intern there and has been working on a 1973 cold case where a 22-year-old male was shot in the head and left in the woods. The case is Minnetonka’s only unsolved homicide.

[Photo] Student plays detective in decades-old murder case

February 17, 2011

Larissa Johnson shows the shooting range Tuesday afternoon at the Minnetonka Police Department. Johnson is an intern there and has been working on a 1973 cold case where a 22-year-old male was shot in...

Muslim students and community members gather for noon prayer Friday in Fellowship Hall at Grace University Lutheran Church. Men are required to attend the prayer and around 100 were present on Friday.

[Photo] Campus church hosts Muslims, interfaith dialogue

February 15, 2011

Muslim students and community members gather for noon prayer Friday in Fellowship Hall at Grace University Lutheran Church. Men are required to attend the prayer and around 100 were present on Friday....

Haley Hamman creates floral arrangements for pre-Valentine’s Day orders Wednesday at Sheffield’s Floral on Washington Avenue.

[Photo] Valentine’s Day: the holiday you love to hate

February 10, 2011

Haley Hamman creates floral arrangements for pre-Valentine’s Day orders Wednesday at Sheffield’s Floral on Washington Avenue.

Dial-Up members Aila O’Loughlin (top left), Elliott Snyder (bottom middle), and Andrew Jansen (top right) pose for a picture outside a friend’s house Friday afternoon in Minneapolis.

[Photo] Doing it digital

February 10, 2011

Dial-Up members Aila O’Loughlin (top left), Elliott Snyder (bottom middle), and Andrew Jansen (top right) pose for a picture outside a friend’s house Friday afternoon in Minneapolis.

Michelle Keenan and her son Cameron hang out in the Veterans group room Friday afternoon in Westbrook Hall. The room provides a place to connect with other veterans and help each other with homework.

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February 10, 2011

Michelle Keenan and her son Cameron hang out in the Veterans group room Friday afternoon in Westbrook Hall. The room provides a place to connect with other veterans and help each other with homework.

Students of the MN veterans group watch a movie Friday afternoon in Westbrook Hall. The group has pizza friday every week where members can come and relax for a few hours before continuing with homework.

[Photo] Student vets find campus family

February 8, 2011

Students of the MN veterans group watch a movie Friday afternoon in Westbrook Hall. The group has pizza friday every week where members can come and relax for a few hours before continuing with homework.

Mona Aldawood from Saudi Arabi talks with classmates Friday afternoon through the classroom chat exercise in Jones Hall. The class is offered as an elective in American culture and is part of the Minnesota English Language Program.

[Photo] English assistance program grows

February 8, 2011

Mona Aldawood from Saudi Arabi talks with classmates Friday afternoon through the classroom chat exercise in Jones Hall. The class is offered as an elective in American culture and is part of the Minnesota...

Minnesota Office of Higher Education Director Dr. Sheila Wright discusses the new position, her love for Minnesota and the path that brought her here Monday afternoon in her office in St. Paul. Wright has always been interested in giving back to the community and stresses the importance that community groups play in furthering the goals of higher education.

[Photo] New OHE director takes office ahead of state cuts

February 1, 2011

Minnesota Office of Higher Education Director Dr. Sheila Wright discusses the new position, her love for Minnesota and the path that brought her here Monday afternoon in her office in St. Paul. Wright...

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January 24, 2011

Freshman Lateef Oseni works on homework Thursday evening in the Black Student Union Office in Coffman. The mural behind Oseni was painted in 2004 and shows the timeline of African American heritage.

[Photo] Questions of Coffman space leaves groups guessing

January 21, 2011

Freshman Lateef Oseni works on homework Thursday evening in the Black Student Union Office in Coffman. The mural behind Oseni was painted in 2004 and shows the timeline of African American heritage.

Former public relations representative at CIGNA Wendell Potter speaks about the health care reform Wednesday afternoon at Coffman Union Bookstore. Potter resigned his position at the Health Insurance Company CIGNA in 2008 and wrote his book “Deadly Spin” which talks about many of the tactics used by public relations and health insurance corporations.

[Photo] Whistleblowing on Wealth Care

January 20, 2011

Former public relations representative at CIGNA Wendell Potter speaks about the health care reform Wednesday afternoon at Coffman Union Bookstore. Potter resigned his position at the Health Insurance Company...

Co-Director of Water Resources Deborah Swackhamer explains details of the report on water sustainability Tuesday afternoon in the Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs. The report includes a set of recommendations for the Minnesota Legislature to help make the state’s water resources sustainable within the next 25 years.

[Photo] Experts urge Legislature to clean up MN waters

January 19, 2011

Co-Director of Water Resources Deborah Swackhamer explains details of the report on water sustainability Tuesday afternoon in the Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs. The report includes a set of recommendations...

Receptionist Allie Walsh schedules an appointment Tuesday evening at Rue 48 Salon in Minneapolis. The Salon merges their services with local art displayed on their walls and performance events scheduled periodically.

[Photo] Would you like a painting with your color treatment?

December 9, 2010

Receptionist Allie Walsh schedules an appointment Tuesday evening at Rue 48 Salon in Minneapolis. The Salon merges their services with local art displayed on their walls and performance events scheduled...

Sophomore outside hitter Tabitha Love plays against North Dakota State Friday at the Sports Pavilion.

[Photo] Two sweeps yield Sweet 16 berth

December 5, 2010

Sophomore outside hitter Tabitha Love plays against North Dakota State Friday at the Sports Pavilion.

Diners and actors take part in a medieval themed dinner-performance Saturday at University Baptist Church.

[Photo] Dinkytown church goes medieval

December 6, 2010

Diners and actors take part in a medieval themed dinner-performance Saturday at University Baptist Church.

Kurt McIntire stands next to a full scale version of a storm sewer with the SAFL baffle installed Tuesday afternoon at Saint Anthony Falls Lab.

[Photo] U technology filters pollutants in rainwater to save lakes

December 2, 2010

Kurt McIntire stands next to a full scale version of a storm sewer with the SAFL baffle installed Tuesday afternoon at Saint Anthony Falls Lab.

President of the World Bank Robert Zoellick talks about current financial issues and concerns Wednesday afternoon at the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs.

[Photo] World Bank pres. talks global economics at U

December 2, 2010

President of the World Bank Robert Zoellick talks about current financial issues and concerns Wednesday afternoon at the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs.

Greg Yolen runs through the technical screening of film entries at MCAD Wednesday evening. The films will be shown at this weekends Underground Film Festival that Yolen organized.

[Photo] They came from underground

December 2, 2010

Greg Yolen runs through the technical screening of film entries at MCAD Wednesday evening. The films will be shown at this weekends Underground Film Festival that Yolen organized.

Senior middle blocker Lauren Gibbemeyer spikes the ball against Penn State Saturday at the Sports Pavilion.

[Photo] Gophers upset Penn State, earn No. 10 seed in NCAA tournament

November 28, 2010

Senior middle blocker Lauren Gibbemeyer spikes the ball against Penn State Saturday at the Sports Pavilion.

Davina Sowers and the Vagabond band members Connor Mcrae (drums), Michael Carvale (string bass), Darren Sterud (trombone), and Daniel Eikmeier (trumpet) play at Hell’s Kitchen Friday evening in Minneapolis.

[Photo] North Country blues

November 24, 2010

Davina Sowers and the Vagabond band members Connor Mcrae (drums), Michael Carvale (string bass), Darren Sterud (trombone), and Daniel Eikmeier (trumpet) play at Hell’s Kitchen Friday evening in Minneapolis....

TSA employees wave people through the security scanner Friday evening at the Minneapolis- St.Paul International Airport. The scanner is part of a new process using Advanced Imaging Technology to screen for both metallic and non-metallic objects.

[Photo] Holiday travelers to face obstacles

November 23, 2010

TSA employees wave people through the security scanner Friday evening at the Minneapolis- St.Paul International Airport. The scanner is part of a new process using Advanced Imaging Technology to screen...

Stony Brook University Provost Eric Kaler answers questions from the Board of Regents Thursday at the McNamara Alumni Center. Kaler was unanimously voted in as the University’s 16th President and will begin his term in July.

[Photo] Regents finalize Kaler as U’s 16th president

November 22, 2010

Stony Brook University Provost Eric Kaler answers questions from the Board of Regents Thursday at the McNamara Alumni Center. Kaler was unanimously voted in as the University’s 16th President and will...

Senior Rashi Gulati works on her choreography Tuesday afternoon in the Barbara Barker Center for Dance. Gulati is preparing a piece for her modern dance class.

[Photo] Passion pays for award-winning dancer

November 17, 2010

Senior Rashi Gulati works on her choreography Tuesday afternoon in the Barbara Barker Center for Dance. Gulati is preparing a piece for her modern dance class.

Senior economic major Rashi Gulati waits in the foyer of the Barbara Barker Center for Dance Tuesday afternoon.

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November 17, 2010

Senior economic major Rashi Gulati waits in the foyer of the Barbara Barker Center for Dance Tuesday afternoon.

Senior middle blocker Lauren Gibbemeyer plays against Michigan Friday at the Sports Pavilion.

[Photo] Two big wins make Gophers tournament eligible

November 14, 2010

Senior middle blocker Lauren Gibbemeyer plays against Michigan Friday at the Sports Pavilion.

The Jimmy Johns on Oak Street prepares for the evening rush on Wednesday afternoon.

[Photo] Sandwich shop union waits for ruling over labor claim

November 11, 2010

The Jimmy Johns on Oak Street prepares for the evening rush on Wednesday afternoon.

Professor Stephen Kells demonstrates how a bed bug bites Tuesday afternoon in his lab in Hodson Hall. Kells explains that the bite is not felt by the person getting bitten and no mark is left.

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November 11, 2010

Professor Stephen Kells demonstrates how a bed bug bites Tuesday afternoon in his lab in Hodson Hall. Kells explains that the bite is not felt by the person getting bitten and no mark is left.

Ben Blankenship gets ready for a cross country practice Tuesday afternoon outside of Beirman Athletic Building.

[Photo] From the mile to the 10k, Blankenship finding success

November 9, 2010

Ben Blankenship gets ready for a cross country practice Tuesday afternoon outside of Beirman Athletic Building.

Plunkett employee Casey Mitchell moves a heater being used in an apartment in West St Paul Tuesday afternoon. To exterminate the bed bugs, heaters bring the room from 120 to 140 degrees and the fans circulate the air for five hours.

[Photo] Growing bedbug epidemic reaches U

November 10, 2010

Plunkett employee Casey Mitchell moves a heater being used in an apartment in West St Paul Tuesday afternoon. To exterminate the bed bugs, heaters bring the room from 120 to 140 degrees and the fans circulate...

Professor Stephen Kells opens a jar of bed bugs that he is doing research on in his lab Tuesday afternoon in Hodson Hall.

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November 10, 2010

Professor Stephen Kells opens a jar of bed bugs that he is doing research on in his lab Tuesday afternoon in Hodson Hall.

Eammon McClain’s sculpture of stoves was on display in a Scholarship Exhibition held in the Regis Quarter Art Gallery Friday evening.

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November 10, 2010

Eammon McClain’s sculpture of stoves was on display in a Scholarship Exhibition held in the Regis Quarter Art Gallery Friday evening.

Eammon McClain troubleshoots problems with a wood saw Monday afternoon at his job in the wood shop at the Regis Center for Art.

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November 10, 2010

Eammon McClain troubleshoots problems with a wood saw Monday afternoon at his job in the wood shop at the Regis Center for Art.

Professor Jerald Krepps and Emma C Cook discuss her painting “A Study of a Woman and a Horse” Friday evening in the Regis Center for Art.

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November 10, 2010

Professor Jerald Krepps and Emma C Cook discuss her painting “A Study of a Woman and a Horse” Friday evening in the Regis Center for Art.

Chris Charbonneau observes his painting Saturday afternoon in the Regis Center for Art.

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November 10, 2010

Chris Charbonneau observes his painting Saturday afternoon in the Regis Center for Art.

Chris Charbonneau works on his next painting Saturday afternoon in the Regis Center for Art. This painting will be a part of a new series he is producing and is being painted on plywood frames he built and is his first time working with oil bars.

[Photo] Artists in their own words

November 9, 2010

Chris Charbonneau works on his next painting Saturday afternoon in the Regis Center for Art. This painting will be a part of a new series he is producing and is being painted on plywood frames he built...

Gophers senior forward Emily West plays against Wisconsin Saturday at Ritter Arena.

[Photo] Up-and-down Gophers split against No. 1 Wisconsin

November 7, 2010

Gophers senior forward Emily West plays against Wisconsin Saturday at Ritter Arena.

Sruti Velamakanni (left) and Prachi Mishra (right) practice their South Indian dance for the fashion show portion of the ISA Fall Show Friday evening at Tedd Mann Music Hall.

[Photo] Recalling Hindu traditions, Indian students mark Diwali

November 8, 2010

Sruti Velamakanni (left) and Prachi Mishra (right) practice their South Indian dance for the fashion show portion of the ISA Fall Show Friday evening at Tedd Mann Music Hall.

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[Photo] Costume police

October 28, 2010