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The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

All content by Jenna Beyer

Post-graduate reading pains

Published August 11, 2010

At age 25 with an English degree, I find myself in an apartment with three overflowing bookshelves and summer afternoons seemingly full of time, yet barely enough momentum to read anything longer than...

Eat right, be at peace

Published July 14, 2010

It’s difficult to think about childhood without remembering its sweetest treats — those foods we all knew weren’t really foods, but crispy candies in a box that seemed cereal-ish when...

The “Great Void”

Published June 16, 2010

Ah, college graduation. We wait four — or five to six — years for it. the moment that validates all that late-night cramming and writing. The moment that provides tangible proof of hard work....

What makes a good professor?

Published April 18, 2010

Never let your schooling interfere with your education. Whether Mark Twain penned it or not, itâÄôs an intriguing aphorism. An English-major friend of mine recently said, âÄúWho has time...

Is wage-free work worth your time?

Published April 11, 2010

Our generation is a busy one. Stuck between the baby boomer generationâÄôs mantra of stability and a working world increasingly unreceptive to a bachelorâÄôs degree, the future of any graduate...

Communication in commute

Published February 24, 2010

In a giant step toward making our city bike-friendlier, the Minneapolis Department of Public Works has developed plans to install a new kind of bike route near campus. The project was announced last week...

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