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Gregory Burrell, an employee of the Sabathani Community Center, separates food into boxes to be given to people in need on Monday.

[Photo] Food shelves feeling hunger pains

November 23, 2010

Gregory Burrell, an employee of the Sabathani Community Center, separates food into boxes to be given to people in need on Monday.

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[Photo] Do Birds Sing?

October 14, 2010

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Shaun Kennedy, Director of the National Center for Food Protection and Defense (NCFPD), a Department of Homeland Security Center of Excellence, is a leader in national food safety and food defense research.  Research and food security education takes place within the Andrew Boss Lab of Meat Science on the St. Paul Campus.

[Photo] U helps prepare for food attacks

December 13, 2010

Shaun Kennedy, Director of the National Center for Food Protection and Defense (NCFPD), a Department of Homeland Security Center of Excellence, is a leader in national food safety and food defense research....

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December 13, 2010

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Daniel Necas displays an immigrant letter on Monday in the Immigration History Research Center (IHRC) in the Elmer L. Anderson Library.  The IHRC is working to digitize, translate, and interpret thousands of letters exchanged between immigrants and their loved ones between 1850 and 1970.

[Photo] U digitizes early immigrant letters home

December 7, 2010

Daniel Necas displays an immigrant letter on Monday in the Immigration History Research Center (IHRC) in the Elmer L. Anderson Library. The IHRC is working to digitize, translate, and interpret thousands...

Attendees listen to speakers at the Institute on the Environment’s E3 Conference at the River Center in St. Paul on Wednesday.

[Photo] U makes strides toward wind energy

December 2, 2010

Attendees listen to speakers at the Institute on the Environment’s E3 Conference at the River Center in St. Paul on Wednesday.

People eat inside of Spoonriver across the street from the Guthrie Theater on Wednesday afternoon.

[Photo] It’s the time of the season for eating

December 2, 2010

People eat inside of Spoonriver across the street from the Guthrie Theater on Wednesday afternoon.

Members of the fraternity Phi Delta Theta hang out in their living room on Friday night in their house on 15th avenue.

[Photo] Phi Delta Theta hopes to become official at U

November 23, 2010

Members of the fraternity Phi Delta Theta hang out in their living room on Friday night in their house on 15th avenue.

niversity of Minnesota presidential candidate Eric Kaler answers questions at the public Q & A session on Wednesday night held in Coffman Theater.

[Photo] Kaler fields questions at first U event

November 18, 2010

niversity of Minnesota presidential candidate Eric Kaler answers questions at the public Q & A session on Wednesday night held in Coffman Theater.

Grace Machoki, advisor for the International Buddy Program, serves Ayaka Fukunaga gravy on Friday night at the International Buddy Program’s Thanksgiving dinner.

[Photo] University students share Thanksgiving traditions

November 15, 2010

Grace Machoki, advisor for the International Buddy Program, serves Ayaka Fukunaga gravy on Friday night at the International Buddy Program’s Thanksgiving dinner.

Beth Fisher, last year’s winner of the Chili Cook-Off at Midtown Global Market, cans her “secret chili sauce” on Wednesday in preparation for Saturday’s 4th Annual Chili Cook-Off.

[Photo] People’s Chili Awards

November 11, 2010

Beth Fisher, last year’s winner of the Chili Cook-Off at Midtown Global Market, cans her “secret chili sauce” on Wednesday in preparation for Saturday’s 4th Annual Chili Cook-Off.

Dr. James Flaten, professor of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics (AEM), shows off a demonstration of the mysteries of mirrors that will be on display on Saturday at the Math & Science Family Fun Fair.

[Photo] U Math & Science Family Fun Fair this Saturday at CMU

November 10, 2010

Dr. James Flaten, professor of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics (AEM), shows off a demonstration of the mysteries of mirrors that will be on display on Saturday at the Math & Science Family Fun Fair.

Ivan Gutesa won the men’s 100 breast for the University of Minnesota against North Carolina on Saturday.

[Photo] Men and women both beat Iowa, lose to North Carolina

November 7, 2010

Ivan Gutesa won the men’s 100 breast for the University of Minnesota against North Carolina on Saturday.

A dress from the South Asia and Southeast Asia Volume of the Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion is displayed in McNeal Hall on the St. Paul Campus.

[Photo] U prof re-examines fashion abroad

October 26, 2010

A dress from the South Asia and Southeast Asia Volume of the Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion is displayed in McNeal Hall on the St. Paul Campus.

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Kelly Wilson was the first gopher to finish in the Jack’s Run on Saturday.

[Photo] Kelly Wilson secures final spot for NCAA championships

October 24, 2010

Kelly Wilson was the first gopher to finish in the Jack’s Run on Saturday.

Members of the Radical Roosters anti-war group protest at the Obama rally on Saturday near the entrance of the Field House.

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October 24, 2010

Members of the Radical Roosters anti-war group protest at the Obama rally on Saturday near the entrance of the Field House.

Members of the Radical Roosters anti-war group protest at the Obama rally on Saturday near the entrance of the Field House.

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October 24, 2010

Members of the Radical Roosters anti-war group protest at the Obama rally on Saturday near the entrance of the Field House.

Members of College Republicans Jackie Caston (left) and Morgan Ihle protest the Obama rally on Saturday on University Ave SE.

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October 24, 2010

Members of College Republicans Jackie Caston (left) and Morgan Ihle protest the Obama rally on Saturday on University Ave SE.

Members of College Republicans Jackie Caston (left) and Morgan Ihle protest the Obama rally on Saturday on University Ave SE.

[Photo] Opponents stay active during Obama’s visit

October 25, 2010

Members of College Republicans Jackie Caston (left) and Morgan Ihle protest the Obama rally on Saturday on University Ave SE.

Anti-war protesters, John Mason, right, and Henrie, who refused to give his last name, protest at the Obama rally along University Ave SE.

[Photo] Peaceful protesters dwarfed by supporters

October 25, 2010

Anti-war protesters, John Mason, right, and Henrie, who refused to give his last name, protest at the Obama rally along University Ave SE.

Anti-war protesters, John Mason, right, and Henrie, who refused to give his last name, protest at the Obama rally along University Ave SE.

[Photo] Protesters come out for Obama's visit

October 23, 2010

Anti-war protesters, John Mason, right, and Henrie, who refused to give his last name, protest at the Obama rally along University Ave SE.

Paul Smith, who will be arguing this fall before the Supreme Court, speaks about the regulation of violent video games on Monday night at Cowles Auditorium on the West Bank.

[Photo] SCOTUS to weigh violent video games

October 19, 2010

Paul Smith, who will be arguing this fall before the Supreme Court, speaks about the regulation of violent video games on Monday night at Cowles Auditorium on the West Bank.

Dr. Carlos Sere speaks at the Sustainably Feeding the World panel discussion Monday at the Cargil Building on the St. Paul campus.

[Photo] Experts tackle world hunger worries

October 19, 2010

Dr. Carlos Sere speaks at the Sustainably Feeding the World panel discussion Monday at the Cargil Building on the St. Paul campus.

Jim Kelly demonstrates one of the handicapped accessible vans Monday at the Courage Center in Golden Valley. Vans similar to this will be used to pick up voters November 2nd.

[Photo] Disabled to get ‘Free Rides to the Polls’

October 19, 2010

Jim Kelly demonstrates one of the handicapped accessible vans Monday at the Courage Center in Golden Valley. Vans similar to this will be used to pick up voters November 2nd.

Theresa Pierce, Director of Marketing at FATE Magazine, speaking at the MUFON-Minnesota monthly meeting on Saturday.

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October 19, 2010

Theresa Pierce, Director of Marketing at FATE Magazine, speaking at the MUFON-Minnesota monthly meeting on Saturday.

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October 19, 2010

One of the many alternative forms of energy production, this windmill is one of the solutions proposed at the Climate Solutions Revolution on Sunday.

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October 19, 2010

One of the many alternative forms of energy production, this windmill is one of the solutions proposed at the Climate Solutions Revolution on Sunday.

Sara Chars (left) and Chiara Wallace (right) paint flags during the Climate Solutions Revolution on Sunday.

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October 19, 2010

Sara Chars (left) and Chiara Wallace (right) paint flags during the Climate Solutions Revolution on Sunday.

Malkolm Boothroyd (left), Alec Neal (center) and Katherine Ball speak at the Climate Solutions Revolution on Sunday at the Mill City Ruins in Minneapolis.  The three are biking across the United States while making a documentary about climate change solutions in communities across the country.

[Photo] U students concerned about climate change

October 12, 2010

Malkolm Boothroyd (left), Alec Neal (center) and Katherine Ball speak at the Climate Solutions Revolution on Sunday at the Mill City Ruins in Minneapolis. The three are biking across the United States...

Nuruddin Farah, the current College of Liberal Arts Winton Chair holder, reading selections from three of his many novels on Friday night in the Humphrey Institute on Campus.

[Photo] Professor writes of hope for Somalia

October 12, 2010

Nuruddin Farah, the current College of Liberal Arts Winton Chair holder, reading selections from three of his many novels on Friday night in the Humphrey Institute on Campus.

Joshua Cunningham, the 2010 Poster Competition Winner for the Saint Paul Art Crawl, paints a picture in Minneapolis that he may be selling at the Saint Paul Art Crawl this Friday.

[Photo] Take a walk on the artsy side

October 14, 2010

Joshua Cunningham, the 2010 Poster Competition Winner for the Saint Paul Art Crawl, paints a picture in Minneapolis that he may be selling at the Saint Paul Art Crawl this Friday.

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June Englund sitting in her room at Augustana Apartments of Minneapolis on Monday.  June has been an avid supporter of the med school students’ presence and believes both parties gain a lot from their interactions.

[Photo] Senior living: Students move in

September 22, 2010

June Englund sitting in her room at Augustana Apartments of Minneapolis on Monday. June has been an avid supporter of the med school students’ presence and believes both parties gain a lot from their...

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September 23, 2010

The brain of Gavin Ovsak’s hands-free computer mouse, a small circuit board mounted onto a hat, also consists of a USB output and mouth operated clicker.

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The brain of Gavin Ovsak’s hands-free computer mouse, a small circuit board mounted onto a hat, also consists of a USB output and mouth operated clicker.

Sophomore Kathryn Ritter pushed herself to the limit as she collapsed right at the finish line on Friday at the Oz Memorial run.

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September 23, 2010

Sophomore Kathryn Ritter pushed herself to the limit as she collapsed right at the finish line on Friday at the Oz Memorial run.

George Johnson, of Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc., mixes and bags samples of cow manure at the Fair Saturday.  He is part of a team researching the energy potential of these waste products for the University and the State Fair.

[Photo] Fair waste tested as U’s clean energy

September 9, 2010

George Johnson, of Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc., mixes and bags samples of cow manure at the Fair Saturday. He is part of a team researching the energy potential of these waste products for the University...

George Johnson seen here collecting cow manure from the cow manure pit on Saturday.  After collection, he mixes the substances in his bucket and puts them in labeled bags.

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George Johnson seen here collecting cow manure from the cow manure pit on Saturday. After collection, he mixes the substances in his bucket and puts them in labeled bags.

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Arden Lillemoe, one of the many children who visit the Minnesota State Fair, rides a car-carrousel on Saturday.  The Pediatrics Department conducts research on children at the Fair to better understand DNA characteristics.

[Photo] Pediatrics department conducts genetic research at fair

September 7, 2010

Arden Lillemoe, one of the many children who visit the Minnesota State Fair, rides a car-carrousel on Saturday. The Pediatrics Department conducts research on children at the Fair to better understand...

The major candidates for governor debate at the Minnesota State Fair on Saturday, Democrat Mark Dayton, left, Republican Tom Emmer, center, and IP candidate Tom Horner, right.  The candidates used the State Fair as a unique opportunity to reach voters and get their message out.

[Photo] Candidates woo voters at State Fair

September 7, 2010

The major candidates for governor debate at the Minnesota State Fair on Saturday, Democrat Mark Dayton, left, Republican Tom Emmer, center, and IP candidate Tom Horner, right. The candidates used the...

The Glendale Townhome complex is a 184-unit public housing project owned by the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority and is the only public row-house development left in the U.S.

[Photo] Ordinance allowing renters to buy their homes could overlook public housing residents

February 11, 2021

The Glendale Townhome complex is a 184-unit public housing project owned by the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority and is the only public row-house development left in the U.S.