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Pitcher J.P. Massey pitches the ball during the Gophers 7-6 win against Texas Christian University  at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn. on Saturday, Feb. 23, 2020.

[Photo] Gophers baseball avoids sweep against Air Force with Sunday victory

Published March 15, 2022

Pitcher J.P. Massey pitches the ball during the Gophers' 7-6 win against Texas Christian University at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn. on Saturday, Feb. 23, 2020.

Phoebe Ryan performs at the Homecoming Concert in front of Coffman Memorial Union on Friday, Oct. 4.

[Photo] Q&A: The folks behind the Homecoming Concert

Published September 23, 2021

Phoebe Ryan performs at the Homecoming Concert in front of Coffman Memorial Union on Friday, Oct. 4.

James Farnsworth, communications director for the Minnesota Student Association, poses for a portrait on Tuesday, Sept 24.

[Photo] Students raise concerns about lack of consultation, search committee in Senior Vice President of Finance and Operations hire

Published October 17, 2020

James Farnsworth, communications director for the Minnesota Student Association, poses for a portrait on Tuesday, Sept 24.

Mark Khan wearing Universal Rejects from his new collection, which is inspired by his Nigerian and American background, on Monday, June 29 in Minneapolis.

[Photo] Minneapolis photographer creates virtual art gallery to showcase work

Published July 2, 2020

Mark Khan wearing Universal Rejects from his new collection, which is inspired by his Nigerian and American background, on Monday, June 29 in Minneapolis.

Mark Khan wearing Universal Rejects from his new collection inspired by his background of a mix of Nigerian and American cultures in on Monday, June 29 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Mark Khan wearing Universal Rejects from his new collection inspired by his background of a mix of Nigerian and American cultures in on Monday, June 29 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Censorquip members Jack Callahan, Alison Davis, Claire Nelson
Carter Starkey, Genevieve Krause, Clare Graney-Dolan, and Claire Farnham, from top left, meet virtually to discuss their upcoming show, As Seen on TV on Sunday, June 21.

[Photo] UMN multimedia sketch comedy crew finds humor in staying home

Published June 26, 2020

Censorquip members Jack Callahan, Alison Davis, Claire Nelson Carter Starkey, Genevieve Krause, Clare Graney-Dolan, and Claire Farnham, from top left, meet virtually to discuss their upcoming show, As...

Site of Stadium Village Church property, recently bought by the University in Minneapolis on Thursday, June 18.

[Photo] UMN seeks to buy Stadium Village Church property

Published June 25, 2020

Site of Stadium Village Church property, recently bought by the University in Minneapolis on Thursday, June 18.

Minnesota State Capitol in St. Paul on Friday, June 13, 2020. (Minnesota Daily / Jasmin Kemp)

[Photo] University considered for state funding to reduce student hunger, food insecurity

Published March 11, 2021

Minnesota State Capitol in St. Paul on Friday, June 13, 2020. (Minnesota Daily / Jasmin Kemp)

“Say Their Names Cemetary” in South Minneapolis represents a person killed by law enforcement in this country created by two UPENN students. It’s a grassroots art installation located just blocks away from the George Floyd Memorial in Minneapolis on Thursday, June. 12th ( Minnesota Daily / Jasmin Kemp)

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“Say Their Names Cemetary” in South Minneapolis represents a person killed by law enforcement in this country created by two UPENN students. It’s a grassroots art installation located just blocks...

“Say Their Names cemetery in South Minneapolis represents a person killed by law enforcement in this country. Created by two University of Pennsylvania students, it’s a grassroots art installation located just blocks away from the George Floyd Memorial in Minneapolis on Thursday, June 12th.

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“Say Their Names" cemetery in South Minneapolis represents a person killed by law enforcement in this country. Created by two University of Pennsylvania students, it’s a grassroots art installation...

“Say Their Names cemetery in South Minneapolis represents a person killed by law enforcement in this country. Created by two University of Pennsylvania students, it’s a grassroots art installation located just blocks away from the George Floyd Memorial in Minneapolis on Thursday, June 12.

[Photo] 'Say Their Names' cemetery memorializes Black lives lost to police brutality

Published June 15, 2020

“Say Their Names" cemetery in South Minneapolis represents a person killed by law enforcement in this country. Created by two University of Pennsylvania students, it’s a grassroots art installation...

Glendale Townhomes, one site where mutual aid funding is being given on Monday, June 8. 

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Glendale Townhomes, one site where mutual aid funding is being given on Monday, June 8. 

Glendale Townhomes, one site where mutual aid funding is being given on Monday, June 8. 

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Glendale Townhomes, one site where mutual aid funding is being given on Monday, June 8. 

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“I miss the face to face interaction in class but my grades have taken a boost with more time to study,” says Junior Matt Hempe.

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8:30 p.m. “I miss the face to face interaction in class but my grades have taken a boost with more time to study,” says Junior Matt Hempe.

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Students stand in line outside of Raising Canes in Stadium Village.

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7:54 p.m. Students stand in line outside of Raising Cane's in Stadium Village.

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From left, Liz Wippler, Ben Javidan, Holland Griffin and Josiah Goodman pose for a portrait outside their home.

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7:15 p.m. From left, Liz Wippler, Ben Javidan, Holland Griffin and Josiah Goodman pose for a portrait outside their home.

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A student walks past Coffey Hall.

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4:40 p.m. A student walks past Coffey Hall.

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Members of the FarmHouse fraternity play a game of bags.

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3:15 p.m. Members of the FarmHouse fraternity play a game of bags.

The St. Paul campus as seen on Monday, April. 27

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The St. Paul campus as seen on Monday, April. 27

The University Inn in Dinkytown, seen here on Friday, April 10, is set to begin hosting people confirmed positive for COVID 19 in an effort to isolate and monitor them.

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The University Inn in Dinkytown, seen here on Friday, April 10, is set to begin hosting people confirmed positive for COVID 19 in an effort to isolate and monitor them.

Shuang Cheng is still providing takeout for customers on Friday, April. 10

[Photo] Hungry? These restaurants near campus are still open for takeout or delivery

Published April 14, 2020

Shuang Cheng is still providing takeout for customers on Friday, April. 10

Sarah Larsson poses for a portrait on Sunday, April 6. Larsson says, “I sing traditional music as a way to access part of my history. I can’t ask my great-grandmothers what it felt like to be a young woman in Poland, but I can channel some of those stories in these songs.”

[Photo] The Nightingale Trio serenades with Slavic songs

Published April 10, 2020

Sarah Larsson poses for a portrait on Sunday, April 6. Larsson says, “I sing traditional music as a way to access part of my history. I can’t ask my great-grandmothers what it felt like to be a young...

Halal Mini Market, one local business that is limiting the number of customers that come into the store at a time, is seen on West Bank on Monday, March 31.

[Photo] Attorney general tackles 'pandemic profiteering'

Published April 2, 2020

Halal Mini Market, one local business that is limiting the number of customers that come into the store at a time, is seen on West Bank on Monday, March 31.

A specially-outfitted vehicle which allows experts to administer on-site cardiac health services is parked outside the Variety Club Research Center on Thursday, Feb. 27. One of four such vehicles funded by an $18.6 million grant from the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust, it shortens the time to treatment for patients with cardiac health concerns.

[Photo] Researchers create SUV for on-the-road cardiac care

Published March 5, 2020

A specially-outfitted vehicle which allows experts to administer on-site cardiac health services is parked outside the Variety Club Research Center on Thursday, Feb. 27. One of four such vehicles funded...

Attendees and Company Representatives interact at the CLA career fair at the Minneapolis Convention Center on Friday, Feb. 28.

[Photo] Student government pushes for 'coercive contract' education

Published March 4, 2020

Attendees and Company Representatives interact at the CLA career fair at the Minneapolis Convention Center on Friday, Feb. 28.

Gophers Forward Taylor Heise lines up a pass at Ridder Arena on Friday, Feb. 28. The Gophers scored two power-play goals on the way to a 4-2 victory over St. Cloud State.

[Photo] No. 3 Gophers advance to the WCHA Final Faceoff

Published March 2, 2020

Gophers Forward Taylor Heise lines up a pass at Ridder Arena on Friday, Feb. 28. The Gophers scored two power-play goals on the way to a 4-2 victory over St. Cloud State.

Members of the Gophers womens hockey team watch play from the bench at Ridder Arena on Friday, Feb. 28 2020. The Gophers scored two power-play goals on the way to a 4-2 victory over St. Cloud State.

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Members of the Gophers women's hockey team watch play from the bench at Ridder Arena on Friday, Feb. 28 2020. The Gophers scored two power-play goals on the way to a 4-2 victory over St. Cloud State.

Gophers Forward Emily Oden chases after the puck at Ridder Arena on Friday, Feb. 28 2020. The Gophers scored two power-play goals on the way to a 4-2 victory over St. Cloud State.

[Photo] Gophers women's hockey sweep Tommies to claim WCHA regular season title

Published February 20, 2022

Gophers Forward Emily Oden chases after the puck at Ridder Arena on Friday, Feb. 28 2020. The Gophers scored two power-play goals on the way to a 4-2 victory over St. Cloud State.

Gophers Pitcher Bubba Horton throws a pitch at U.S Bank Stadium on Saturday, Feb. 29. The Gophers fell to Duke 3-7.

[Photo] Summer plans in limbo for Gophers baseball players

Published April 27, 2020

Gophers Pitcher Bubba Horton throws a pitch at U.S Bank Stadium on Saturday, Feb. 29. The Gophers fell to Duke 3-7.

Gophers Infielder Zack Raabe makes a catch at U.S. Bank Stadium on Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020. Raabe is one of several impactful players Minnesota needs to replace this season.

[Photo] Gophers baseball has two selected on day two of 2021 MLB Draft

Published July 17, 2021

Gophers Infielder Zack Raabe makes a catch at U.S. Bank Stadium on Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020. Raabe is one of several impactful players Minnesota needs to replace this season.

Gophers infielder Jack Wassel watches the ball after a hit at U.S. Bank Stadium on Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020. The Gophers fell to Duke 3-7.

[Photo] Jack Wassel leads Gophers baseball through slow start in 2021

Published April 20, 2021

Gophers infielder Jack Wassel watches the ball after a hit at U.S. Bank Stadium on Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020. The Gophers fell to Duke 3-7.

Gophers Head Coach John Anderson observes the game and provides feedback to players at U.S Bank Stadium on Saturday, Feb. 29. The Gophers fell to Duke 3-7.

[Photo] With season canceled, Gophers learning lessons that transcend baseball

Published April 27, 2020

Gophers Head Coach John Anderson observes the game and provides feedback to players at U.S Bank Stadium on Saturday, Feb. 29. The Gophers fell to Duke 3-7.

Freshman Nicholas Potthoff, an Agricultural Communication and Marketing major, offers insights to other rural students in Coffey Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 25.

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Freshman Nicholas Potthoff, an Agricultural Communication and Marketing major, offers insights to other rural students in Coffey Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 25.

Pitcher J.P. Massey pitches the ball during the Gophers 7-6 win against Texas Christian University at U.S. Bank Stadium on Saturday, Feb. 23.

[Photo] Gophers pitcher Massey continues to make strides

Published April 4, 2020

Pitcher J.P. Massey pitches the ball during the Gophers' 7-6 win against Texas Christian University at U.S. Bank Stadium on Saturday, Feb. 23.

Infielder Jack Wassel swings at bat during the Gophers 7-6 win against Texas Christian University at U.S. Bank Stadium on Saturday, Feb. 23.

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Infielder Jack Wassel swings at bat during the Gophers' 7-6 win against Texas Christian University at U.S. Bank Stadium on Saturday, Feb. 23.

Outfielder Otto Grimm rounds third base during the Gophers 7-6 win against Texas Christian University at U.S. Bank Stadium on Saturday, Feb. 23.

[Photo] Gophers baseball earn first sweep over Western Illinois

Published March 28, 2022

Outfielder Otto Grimm rounds third base during the Gophers' 7-6 win against Texas Christian University at U.S. Bank Stadium on Saturday, Feb. 23.

The Gophers watch from the sidelines during their 7-6 win against Texas Christian University at U.S. Bank Stadium on Saturday, Feb. 23.

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The Gophers watch from the sidelines during their 7-6 win against Texas Christian University at U.S. Bank Stadium on Saturday, Feb. 23.

Veterinary Student Cailey Malnarick, left, performs a check-in exam on Noodle with assistance from Veterinary Technician Sydney Gagnon, right, at the Veterinary Medical Center in St. Paul on Friday, Feb. 21.

[Photo] Addressing a shortage, UMN creates degree for rural veterinarians

Published February 26, 2020

Veterinary Student Cailey Malnarick, left, performs a check-in exam on "Noodle" with assistance from Veterinary Technician Sydney Gagnon, right, at the Veterinary Medical Center in St. Paul on Friday,...

Freshman Nicholas Potthoff, an agricultural communication and marketing major, offers insights to other rural students in Coffey Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 25. 

[Photo] Forging belonging for rural students at the Twin Cities campus

Published March 2, 2020

Freshman Nicholas Potthoff, an agricultural communication and marketing major, offers insights to other rural students in Coffey Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 25. 

Veterinary Student Cailey Malnarick performs a check-in exam on Noodle the dog while Veterinary Technician Sydney Gagnon assists at the Veterinary Medical Center in St. Paul on Friday, Feb. 21.

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Veterinary Student Cailey Malnarick performs a check-in exam on Noodle the dog while Veterinary Technician Sydney Gagnon assists at the Veterinary Medical Center in St. Paul on Friday, Feb. 21.

Veterinary Student Cailey Malnarick performs a check-in exam on Noodle the dog while Veterinary Technician Sydney Gagnon assists at the Veterinary Medical Center in St. Paul on Friday, Feb. 21.

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Veterinary Student Cailey Malnarick performs a check-in exam on Noodle the dog while Veterinary Technician Sydney Gagnon assists at the Veterinary Medical Center in St. Paul on Friday, Feb. 21.

University of Minnesota President Joan Gabel testifies before the Senate Higher Education Policy and Finance Committee as the University requests $317.2 million on Monday, Feb. 18.

[Photo] Gabel presents UMN capital request to state lawmakers

Published February 24, 2020

University of Minnesota President Joan Gabel testifies before the Senate Higher Education Policy and Finance Committee as the University requests $317.2 million on Monday, Feb. 18.

University of Minnesota President Joan Gabel testifies before the Senate Higher Education Policy and Finance Committee as the University requests $317.2 million on Monday, Feb. 18.

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University of Minnesota President Joan Gabel testifies before the Senate Higher Education Policy and Finance Committee as the University requests $317.2 million on Monday, Feb. 18.

Student Worker Bailey Krolnika sorts through organics recycling from a University residence hall at Como recycling center on Wednesday, Feb. 19.

[Photo] Organics recycling roll-out hits halfway mark on UMN campus

Published February 20, 2020

Student Worker Bailey Krolnika sorts through organics recycling from a University residence hall at Como recycling center on Wednesday, Feb. 19.

Student Worker Bailey Krolnika sorts through organics recycling from a University residence hall at Como recycling center on Wednesday, Feb. 19.

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Student Worker Bailey Krolnika sorts through organics recycling from a University residence hall at Como recycling center on Wednesday, Feb. 19.

Student Worker Bailey Krolnika sorts through organics recycling from a University residence hall at Como recycling center on Wednesday, Feb. 19.

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Student Worker Bailey Krolnika sorts through organics recycling from a University residence hall at Como recycling center on Wednesday, Feb. 19.

Student Worker Bailey Krolnika sorts through organics recycling from a University residence hall at Como recycling center on Wednesday, Feb. 19.

[Photo] Organics recycling rollout slowed since campus shutdown

Published April 30, 2020

Student Worker Bailey Krolnika sorts through organics recycling from a University residence hall at Como recycling center on Wednesday, Feb. 19.

The Como Congregational Church stands amid freshly-fallen snow on Monday, Feb. 17.  The historic site faces the potential of being developed into an apartment building.

[Photo] Push for historic status could slow, cancel Como church site redevelopment

Published April 7, 2020

The Como Congregational Church stands amid freshly-fallen snow on Monday, Feb. 17. The historic site faces the potential of being developed into an apartment building.

Junior Amber Fiser pitches during the game against Louisiana State University on Saturday, May 25, 2019 at the Jane Sage Cowles Stadium. (Jasmin Kemp / Minnesota Daily)

[Photo] As 'stay-at-home' orders extend, creating workouts for student-athletes becomes more complicated

Published April 27, 2020

Junior Amber Fiser pitches during the game against Louisiana State University on Saturday, May 25, 2019 at the Jane Sage Cowles Stadium. (Jasmin Kemp / Minnesota Daily)

Love Island Narrator Matthew Hoffman and Season One Winner Elizabeth Weber share audition tips at Surly Brewing Company on Saturday, Feb. 15.

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Love Island Narrator Matthew Hoffman and Season One Winner Elizabeth Weber share audition tips at Surly Brewing Company on Saturday, Feb. 15.

An attendee poses for a photo with Love Island USA props at an open casting call for the shows second season at Surly Brewing Company on Saturday, Feb. 15.

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An attendee poses for a photo with Love Island USA props at an open casting call for the show's second season at Surly Brewing Company on Saturday, Feb. 15.

Auditionee Mimi Ewuakye poses with her call number at an open casting for ‘Love Island at Surly Brewing Company on Saturday, Feb. 15.

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Auditionee Mimi Ewuakye poses with her call number at an open casting for ‘Love Island' at Surly Brewing Company on Saturday, Feb. 15.

Auditionee Mimi Ewuakye poses with her call number at an open casting for ‘Love Island at Surly Brewing Company on Saturday, Feb. 15.

[Photo] So, you want to be a ‘Love Island’ contestant?

Published February 17, 2020

Auditionee Mimi Ewuakye poses with her call number at an open casting for ‘Love Island' at Surly Brewing Company on Saturday, Feb. 15.

Love Island Narrator Matthew Hoffman and Season One Winner Elizabeth Weber share audition tips at Surly Brewing Company on Saturday, Feb. 15.

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Love Island Narrator Matthew Hoffman and Season One Winner Elizabeth Weber share audition tips at Surly Brewing Company on Saturday, Feb. 15.

An attendee poses for a photo with Love Island USA props at an open casting call for the shows second season at Surly Brewing Company on Saturday, Feb. 15.

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An attendee poses for a photo with Love Island USA props at an open casting call for the show's second season at Surly Brewing Company on Saturday, Feb. 15.

Auditionee Mimi Ewuakye poses with her call number at an open casting for ‘Love Island at Surly Brewing Company on Saturday, Feb. 15.

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Auditionee Mimi Ewuakye poses with her call number at an open casting for ‘Love Island' at Surly Brewing Company on Saturday, Feb. 15.

Commemorative signs rest against the stage at the Minneapolis American Indian Center on Friday, Feb. 14. The event aimed to raise awareness of missing and murdered Indigenous women and other issues in the community.

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Commemorative signs rest against the stage at the Minneapolis American Indian Center on Friday, Feb. 14. The event aimed to raise awareness of missing and murdered Indigenous women and other issues in...

Demonstrators stand the Minneapolis American Indian Center before the march. The event was held to honor missing and murdered Indigenous women and to raise awareness of other issues in the community.

[Photo] Hundreds march for missing, murdered Indigenous women

Published February 16, 2020

Demonstrators stand the Minneapolis American Indian Center before the march. The event was held to honor missing and murdered Indigenous women and to raise awareness of other issues in the community.

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey addresses an audience at the Minneapolis American Indian Center on Friday, Feb. 14 2020. The event aimed to raise awareness on of missing and murdered Indigenous women and other issues in the community.

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Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey addresses an audience at the Minneapolis American Indian Center on Friday, Feb. 14 2020. The event aimed to raise awareness on of missing and murdered Indigenous women and...

A crowd gathers to march to raise awareness for missing and murdered Indigenous women at the Minneapolis American Indian Center on Friday, Feb. 14.

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A crowd gathers to march to raise awareness for missing and murdered Indigenous women at the Minneapolis American Indian Center on Friday, Feb. 14.

Attendee Kennedy German observes the proceedings at the Minneapolis American Indian Center on Friday, Feb. 14.  The event was held in honor of missing and murdered Indigenous women and to raise awareness of other issues in the community.

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Attendee Kennedy German observes the proceedings at the Minneapolis American Indian Center on Friday, Feb. 14.  The event was held in honor of missing and murdered Indigenous women and to raise awareness...

Students study in the Biomedical Library on Monday, Feb. 10.

[Photo] Biomedical Library to get a new home

Published February 12, 2020

Students study in the Biomedical Library on Monday, Feb. 10.

Margaret Moreland, Ann K Pham, Mattea Schubert and Claire Kelley work on a group project in the Biomedical Library on Monday, Feb. 10.

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Margaret Moreland, Ann K Pham, Mattea Schubert and Claire Kelley work on a group project in the Biomedical Library on Monday, Feb. 10.

Center Daniel Oturu rebounds the ball at Williams Arena on Wednesday, Feb. 5. The Gophers beat the Badgers 70-52.

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Center Daniel Oturu rebounds the ball at Williams Arena on Wednesday, Feb. 5. The Gophers beat the Badgers 70-52.

Center Daniel Oturu squares up with the ball carrier at Williams Arena on Wednesday, Feb. 5. The Gophers beat the Badgers 70-52.

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Center Daniel Oturu squares up with the ball carrier at Williams Arena on Wednesday, Feb. 5. The Gophers beat the Badgers 70-52.

Center Daniel Oturu receives a pass at Williams Arena on Wednesday, Feb. 5. The Gophers beat the Badgers 70-52.

[Photo] Gophers drop back-and-forth match against Wisconsin, 71-69

Published March 2, 2020

Center Daniel Oturu receives a pass at Williams Arena on Wednesday, Feb. 5. The Gophers beat the Badgers 70-52.

Guard Marcus Carr looks to block a layup at Williams Arena on Wednesday, Feb. 5. The Gophers beat the Badgers 70-52.

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Guard Marcus Carr looks to block a layup at Williams Arena on Wednesday, Feb. 5. The Gophers beat the Badgers 70-52.

Forward Jarvis Omersa looks to block the ball at Williams Arena on Wednesday, Feb. 5. The Gophers beat the Badgers 70-52.

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Forward Jarvis Omersa looks to block the ball at Williams Arena on Wednesday, Feb. 5. The Gophers beat the Badgers 70-52.

Center Daniel Oturu looks to dunk at Williams Arena on Wednesday, Feb. 5. The Gophers beat the Badgers 70-52.

[Photo] Gophers' Daniel Oturu declares for NBA Draft

Published March 23, 2020

Center Daniel Oturu looks to dunk at Williams Arena on Wednesday, Feb. 5. The Gophers beat the Badgers 70-52.

Minneapolis City Council Member Steve Fletcher poses for a portrait at City Hall on Wednesday, Feb. 5. On data privacy, Fletcher asserts “We’re becoming a smarter and more responsive city, and we’re using data to do it. Our residents and visitors deserve to know that we are responsible with their information and respect their privacy – while also keeping our government open and transparent.”

[Photo] Minneapolis City Council unanimously votes yes on facial recognition technology ban

Published February 20, 2021

Minneapolis City Council Member Steve Fletcher poses for a portrait at City Hall on Wednesday, Feb. 5. On data privacy, Fletcher asserts “We’re becoming a smarter and more responsive city, and we’re...

Property Developer Sherman Associates, owners of Lot A (seen here on Wednesday, Feb. 5) and a number of other properties in the Cedar-Riverside area, is expected to break ground in Spring 2021 on a new property. Plans call for more affordable housing units, 300 parking spaces, a community center and a clinic, to be completed in 2022.

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Property Developer Sherman Associates, owners of Lot A (seen here on Wednesday, Feb. 5) and a number of other properties in the Cedar-Riverside area, is expected to break ground in Spring 2021 on a new...

Property Developer Sherman Associates, owners of Lot A (seen here on Wednesday, Feb. 5) and a number of other properties in the Cedar-Riverside area, is expected to break ground in Spring 2021 on a new property. Plans call for more affordable housing units, 300 parking spaces, a community center and a clinic, to be completed in 2022.

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Property Developer Sherman Associates, owners of Lot A (seen here on Wednesday, Feb. 5) and a number of other properties in the Cedar-Riverside area, is expected to break ground in Spring 2021 on a new...

The No. 7 University of Minnesota defeated No. 17 Illinois in their home opener at the Maturi Pavilion on Saturday, Jan. 25 with a score of 196.300 to 195.225.

[Photo] Women's gymnastics win their third straight; Men lose despite strong showing from underclassmen

Published February 3, 2020

The No. 7 University of Minnesota defeated No. 17 Illinois in their home opener at the Maturi Pavilion on Saturday, Jan. 25 with a score of 196.300 to 195.225.

The No. 7 University of Minnesota defeated No. 17 Illinois in their home opener at the Maturi Pavilion on Saturday, Jan. 25 with a score of 196.300 to 195.225.

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The No. 7 University of Minnesota defeated No. 17 Illinois in their home opener at the Maturi Pavilion on Saturday, Jan. 25 with a score of 196.300 to 195.225.

University Professors have noticed an increase in “Eco-Anxiety”, anxiety triggered by environmental issues.  The campus climate strike group works to help others channel their anxieties into tangible change. The view of campus from the Mississippi river on Saturday, Feb. 1.

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University Professors have noticed an increase in “Eco-Anxiety”, anxiety triggered by environmental issues. The campus climate strike group works to help others channel their anxieties into tangible...

University Professors have noticed an increase in “Eco-Anxiety”, anxiety triggered by environmental issues.  The campus climate strike group works to help others channel their anxieties into tangible change. The view of campus from the Mississippi river on Saturday, Feb. 1.

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University Professors have noticed an increase in “Eco-Anxiety”, anxiety triggered by environmental issues. The campus climate strike group works to help others channel their anxieties into tangible...

A sign marks the Black Student Union space in Coffman Student Union hangs outside the space on Saturday, Feb. 1.  The benefits provided by having designated spaces were recently highlighted in a University of Chicago study.

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A sign marks the Black Student Union space in Coffman Student Union hangs outside the space on Saturday, Feb. 1. The benefits provided by having designated spaces were recently highlighted in a University...

A whiteboard displaying information about the Black Student Union room in Coffman Student Union hangs outside the space on Saturday, Feb. 1.  The benefits provided by having designated spaces were recently highlighted in a University of Chicago study.

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A whiteboard displaying information about the Black Student Union room in Coffman Student Union hangs outside the space on Saturday, Feb. 1. The benefits provided by having designated spaces were recently...

City Clerk Casey Carl visits the Prospect Park board meeting on Monday, Jan. 27.

[Photo] UMN-area representation a key piece of census outreach

Published February 3, 2020

City Clerk Casey Carl visits the Prospect Park board meeting on Monday, Jan. 27.

Community members gather at Prospect Park United Methodist Church to go over census information on Monday, Jan. 27.

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Community members gather at Prospect Park United Methodist Church to go over census information on Monday, Jan. 27.

Community members gather at Prospect Park United Methodist Church to go over census information on Monday, Jan. 27.

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Community members gather at Prospect Park United Methodist Church to go over census information on Monday, Jan. 27.

Lexy Ramler competes on the beam at the Maturi Pavillion on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020.

[Photo] Gophers women’s gymnastics continue hot streak, finish first in the Big Five

Published February 28, 2021

Lexy Ramler competes on the beam at the Maturi Pavillion on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020.

The No. 7 University of Minnesota downed No. 17 Illinois in their home opener. Gophers won it with a score of 196.300 to Illinois 195.225 at on Saturday, Jan. 25.

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The No. 7 University of Minnesota downed No. 17 Illinois in their home opener. Gophers won it with a score of 196.300 to Illinois 195.225 at on Saturday, Jan. 25.

Junior Lexy Ramler competes on the beam during the Gophers meet against the University of Illinois, which they won with a score of 196.300 to 195.225, at the Maturi Pavillion on Saturday, Jan. 25. Ramler went on to score her second perfect 10 in two weeks.

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Junior Lexy Ramler competes on the beam during the Gophers' meet against the University of Illinois, which they won with a score of 196.300 to 195.225, at the Maturi Pavillion on Saturday, Jan. 25. Ramler...

The No. 7 University of Minnesota downed No. 17 Illinois in their home opener. Gophers won it with a score of 196.300 to Illinois 195.225 at on Saturday, Jan. 25.

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The No. 7 University of Minnesota downed No. 17 Illinois in their home opener. Gophers won it with a score of 196.300 to Illinois 195.225 at on Saturday, Jan. 25.

Jailed UMN international student released

Published January 26, 2020

A former University of Minnesota student who was detained in China for political tweets has since been released, according to a report from the Star Tribune.  Minnesotan congress members, including...

The Board of Regents convene for their December 2019 meeting at the McNamara Alumni Center on Thursday, Dec. 12.

[Photo] Regents address COVID-19’s impact on UMN finances; administrators to take out more than $45 million in loans

Published May 17, 2021

The Board of Regents convene for their December 2019 meeting at the McNamara Alumni Center on Thursday, Dec. 12.

Performers dance at the Al-Madinah Cultural Centers Do It For the Culture Gala at the Weisman Art Museum on Friday, Dec. 6. 

[Photo] Al-Madinah Cultural Center hosts first annual intercultural gala

Published December 9, 2019

Performers dance at the Al-Madinah Cultural Center's "Do It For the Culture Gala" at the Weisman Art Museum on Friday, Dec. 6. 

Ruwayda Mohamed, left, and Zahra Mustafa, right, observe art at the Al-Madinah Cultural Centers Do It For the Culture Gala at the Weisman Art Museum on Friday, Dec. 6. 

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Ruwayda Mohamed, left, and Zahra Mustafa, right, observe art at the Al-Madinah Cultural Center's "Do It For the Culture Gala" at the Weisman Art Museum on Friday, Dec. 6. 

Deepak Vohra poses for a portrait in the Carlson School of Management on Tuesday, Dec. 3.

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Deepak Vohra poses for a portrait in the Carlson School of Management on Tuesday, Dec. 3.

Jackson Baril poses for a portrait in the Carlson School of Management on Tuesday, Dec. 3.

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Jackson Baril poses for a portrait in the Carlson School of Management on Tuesday, Dec. 3.

The site of a developing public park, which the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board plans on buying, located in Prospect Park, as seen on Wednesday, Dec. 4.

[Photo] New park taking shape in Prospect Park

Published December 5, 2019

The site of a developing public park, which the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board plans on buying, located in Prospect Park, as seen on Wednesday, Dec. 4.

Esteban Bedoya poses for a portrait in the Carlson School of Management on Tuesday, Dec. 3.

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Esteban Bedoya poses for a portrait in the Carlson School of Management on Tuesday, Dec. 3.

Keaton Sieve poses for a portrait in the Carlson School of Management on Tuesday, Dec. 3.

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Keaton Sieve poses for a portrait in the Carlson School of Management on Tuesday, Dec. 3.

Elgin Lee poses for a portrait in Ferguson Hall on Tuesday, Dec. 3.

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Elgin Lee poses for a portrait in Ferguson Hall on Tuesday, Dec. 3.

Ranita Badudu poses for a portrait in Ferguson Hall on Tuesday, Dec. 3.

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Ranita Badudu poses for a portrait in Ferguson Hall on Tuesday, Dec. 3.

Halle Kruchoski poses for a portrait outside of the O. Meredith Wilson Library on Tuesday, Dec. 3.

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Halle Kruchoski poses for a portrait outside of the O. Meredith Wilson Library on Tuesday, Dec. 3.