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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 Jane Campbell
The Opus Group construction is underway for the six-story, 140-unit apartment complex near Burrito Loco in Dinkytown. Complaints of noise have been issued by customers and people living in the surrounding area.

Construction shakes up locals

Published October 1, 2013

Dinkytown construction made bottles vibrate at Burrito Loco Bar and Grill last week. “It kind of shook the ground and was kind of noisy,” weekend manager Patrick Sandoz said. “They told...

MHNA works for bikeway

Published September 25, 2013

The Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood Association wants to add a straight bike connection between the Stone Arch Bridge and the Dinkytown Greenway, which currently ends behind the University of Minnesota’s...

Associate in church growth Judy Maghakian speaks with pianist Elaine Klaassen on Saturday at Andrew Riverside Presbyterian Church. The church, rebuilt after a previous building collapse, is located in the first floor of The Elysian apartment complex.

After a decade, church returns home

Published September 23, 2013

After nearly a decade, Andrew Riverside Presbyterian Church returned to its home on Eighth Avenue Southeast last weekend. The original building from 1880 was demolished in 2003 after a wall collapsed,...

Minneapolis Mayoral Candidates Debate Education Issues

Published September 18, 2013

Six Minneapolis Mayoral candidates debated Monday night on public education policies in the city. According to a Star Tribune poll, public education is the top concern among voters for the Minneapolis...

Intimacy research shows desire to be understood

Published September 17, 2013

In relationships, people tend to want all the information about their partner but are reluctant to share anything about themselves, according to new University of Minnesota research. A study of 37 adults...

Student entrepreneur Nathan Connor and his mentor and newly business partner, Michael Miller won the Student Division for the 2013 Minnesota Cup, which is the largest state-wide new business competition in the country. The six division winners presented a three minute presentation of their business idea at a ceremony at McNamara Alumni Center on Wednesday night.

MN Cup provides mentorship, money for business startups

Published September 12, 2013

The “Shedbed” — a bed that collects shedding pet hair — a blog for kids and a scheduling app were just three of a record 1,100 entries in the ninth annual Minnesota Cup. Nearly...

Neighborhoods nix sound walls

Published September 5, 2013

Celebratory red stickers were stamped on lawn signs around the University of Minnesota this week after an unlikely victory. Marcy-Holmes and Southeast Como residents struck down the construction of four...