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Both Phoebe Bridgers and Kesha performed in Minneapolis on the same weekend and provided Twin Cities music fans with an opportunity to observe the juxtaposition of their differing career paths.

[Photo] Phoebe and Kesha showdown: One weekend, two concerts, two blondes

September 16, 2021

Both Phoebe Bridgers and Kesha performed in Minneapolis on the same weekend and provided Twin Cities music fans with an opportunity to observe the juxtaposition of their differing career paths.

Former RadioK Program Director and Founder of the Vanguard Julian Green poses in the RadioK headquarters on Thursday, Sept. 2.

One student’s lasting impact to diversify Radio K; creating The Vanguard

September 9, 2021
As RadioK’s program director, Julian Green created The Vanguard in 2020, the only hip-hop and R&B radio stream based in the state. After he graduated, he left the project that celebrates this Black artform to his white successors.
Joe Davis & The Poetic Diaspora performs for Northrop’s Amplifying Solidarity concert series on Thursday, Sept. 2.

Amid another uncertain semester, Northrop welcomes students back to campus with Amplifying Solidarity concert series

September 8, 2021
The concert series, which seeks to showcase Black and Indigenous artists in Minnesota, premiered last year virtually. As it returns for a second year, audiences are returning to Northrop in-person for the first time.
Minneapolis Police drive downtown on Tuesday, June 26, 2018.

Students react: balancing police presence and student safety

July 11, 2021
Students have noticed a surge in crime, but balancing a heavier police presence with student safety and comfort remains a dilemma.
A cloth mask and bouquet of flowers are seen on the Goldy statue outside Coffman Memorial Union on April 1, 2020.

A summer update on COVID-19 rules and protocols at the University of Minnesota

June 30, 2021
The University has lifted many of its COVID restrictions.
A collection of art contributions at George Floyd Square on Sunday, June 13. (Alexa Lewis / Minnesota Daily)

CLA hosts discussion on the power of art, role of museums in fight for racial justice

June 17, 2021
The discussion is part of the college’s “What’s Next?” series where it examines the next steps to eliminate institutional and systemic racism in the wake of George Floyd’s murder.