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Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

All content by Jamie Yuccas

Frats, dorms, co-ops offer different styles of university living

Published August 20, 2001

As students look toward September, anticipating another semester, they also become anxious about one daunting issue: Where will they live? Students have three choices - houses and apartments aside - when...

Sculpture by local artist to be installed at engineering building

Published July 2, 2001

A 31-foot stainless steel sculpture called "Platonic Figure" is to be installed in front of the Mechanical Engineering Building on the East Bank campus. The figure, designed by local artist Andrew Leicester,...

Zerby runs without party endorsement

Published June 20, 2001

An old brown Volkswagen Ghia, bearing a red sign taped to its trunk reading "Zerby for Council - For a Change," can often be seen tooling around University-area neighborhoods. Its driver, Paul Zerby, a...

Mondale, others join in remembering Humphrey

Published June 8, 2001

Former Vice President Walter Mondale and a panel of politicians and journalists gathered Thursday morning at Ted Mann Concert Hall to remember and discuss the legacy of Hubert H. Humphrey. The event, which...

Student fees contribute to University services

Published June 6, 2001

The University offers more than just an education. A wealth of services are available to students, including the use of libraries, Boynton Health Service and the Recreation Center, to name a few. But these...

WWF campaign seeks to register young voters

Published June 6, 2001

The kick-off to the Smackdown Your Vote! campaign took place on the steps of the State Capitol on Monday, as the Minnesota Public Interest Research Group, along with the World Wrestling Federation and...

Al’s ends 35-year ‘meal books’ tradition

Published June 1, 2001

At 10 on a Wednesday morning, Al's Breakfast is jam-packed. James Brown's "I Feel Good" blares on the radio, and the smell of bacon stretches out and fills 14th Avenue Southeast. This morning, much like...