The Minnesota Daily

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[Photo] U fraternities light up the row

December 7, 2008

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[Photo] Minnesota swims strong at Grand Prix

November 16, 2008

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Volleyball against Michigan

[Photo] Minnesota has a chance to end road woes this weekend

November 13, 2008

Volleyball against Michigan

Heads First

November 9, 2008

The Gopher Swim Team beat Iowa on Saturday night. This was my first time photographing swimming, and so far, it's my favorite sport to photograph.

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[Photo] U students experience voting obstacles

November 5, 2008

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[Photo] Breast cancer knows no age

October 19, 2008

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[Photo] Relative homesteading increasing

October 1, 2008

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Freshman forward Jocelyne Lamoureux moves the puck up the ice in Sunday 3-2 exhibition overtime loss to Team U.S.A. at Ridder Arena.

[Photo] Team U.S.A. too much for Gophers

September 28, 2008

Freshman forward Jocelyne Lamoureux moves the puck up the ice in Sunday 3-2 exhibition overtime loss to Team U.S.A. at Ridder Arena.

University law professor Prentiss Cox speaks at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis on Thursday during a demonstration to protest Congress’s proposed bailout for financial firms.

[Photo] U professor speaks at bailout protest in Minneapolis

September 26, 2008

University law professor Prentiss Cox speaks at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis on Thursday during a demonstration to protest Congress’s proposed bailout for financial firms.

Sean Eddins models a Schwinn motor bike at the Varsity Bike Shop in Dinkytown on Sunday. Motor bikes are becoming an increasingly popular trend on campus.

[Photo] Battery-powered bicycles provide gas-free transportation

September 23, 2008

Sean Eddins models a Schwinn motor bike at the Varsity Bike Shop in Dinkytown on Sunday. Motor bikes are becoming an increasingly popular trend on campus.

Dr. Ned Patterson plays in the grass with his Labrador, Picabo, on the St. Paul campus Saturday afternoon. Dr. Patterson authored a study that details the identification of a mutant gene strongly associated with a common syndrome in Labrador retrievers.

[Photo] U researchers ID mutant gene in Labradors

September 22, 2008

Dr. Ned Patterson plays in the grass with his Labrador, Picabo, on the St. Paul campus Saturday afternoon. Dr. Patterson authored a study that details the identification of a mutant gene strongly associated...

Sophomore middle blocker Lauren Gibbemeyer ties to finish off a kill at the Sports Pavilion. Gibbemeyer and the Gophers will host three games this weekend against some less flashy competition that weeks past.

[Photo] Minnesota doing its best to avoid complacency

September 19, 2008

Sophomore middle blocker Lauren Gibbemeyer ties to finish off a kill at the Sports Pavilion. Gibbemeyer and the Gophers will host three games this weekend against some less flashy competition that weeks...

Tim Pawlenty stands in the background while Congressman Keith Ellison speaks during a press conference announcing the opening date of the 35W Bridge on Monday.

[Photo] I-35W bridge to open Thursday

September 16, 2008

Tim Pawlenty stands in the background while Congressman Keith Ellison speaks during a press conference announcing the opening date of the 35W Bridge on Monday.

The Minnesota women’s cross country team will compete this weekend in the Oz Memorial run in Falcon Heights, Minn. Last year, the Gophers recorded a perfect score of 15 at the event.

[Photo] Minnesota men set to test the waters with new runners at Aztec Invitational in San Diego

September 12, 2008

The Minnesota women’s cross country team will compete this weekend in the Oz Memorial run in Falcon Heights, Minn. Last year, the Gophers recorded a perfect score of 15 at the event.

A bicyclist rides around a crowd of people in the Washington Ave Bridge on Thursday.  The UMPD will start handing out $80 fines for people who do not dismount their bicycles.

[Photo] Washington Ave. Bridge restricted for school year

September 13, 2008

A bicyclist rides around a crowd of people in the Washington Ave Bridge on Thursday. The UMPD will start handing out $80 fines for people who do not dismount their bicycles.

A bicyclist rides around a crowd of people in the Washington Ave Bridge on Thursday.  The UMPD will start handing out $80 fines for people who do not dismount their bicycles.

[Photo] Washington Ave. Bridge restrictions cause congestion

September 12, 2008

A bicyclist rides around a crowd of people in the Washington Ave Bridge on Thursday. The UMPD will start handing out $80 fines for people who do not dismount their bicycles.

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[Photo] Killer Curves

September 11, 2008

University corporate environmental management sophomore T.J. Dubbs drives the MSA Express taxi Saturday night. The service runs from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. and is free to students.

[Photo] A ride on the MSA Express

September 8, 2008

University corporate environmental management sophomore T.J. Dubbs drives the MSA Express taxi Saturday night. The service runs from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. and is free to students.

Amanda Cross feeds the chickens after gathering beans for the campus farmers market on Wednesday. The Cornercopia stand is run by CFANS students and is the only USDA certified organic produce booth on campus.

[Photo] St. Paul campus organic farm receives USDA certification

September 4, 2008

Amanda Cross feeds the chickens after gathering beans for the campus farmers market on Wednesday. The Cornercopia stand is run by CFANS students and is the only USDA certified organic produce booth on...

Herbert Schoenbohm is representing the Virgin Islands territory as a delegate at the Republican National Convention. He graduated from the University in the early 1970s and now works for the Virgin Islands government.

[Photo] Virgin Islands convention delegate shares U ties

September 3, 2008

Herbert Schoenbohm is representing the Virgin Islands territory as a delegate at the Republican National Convention. He graduated from the University in the early 1970s and now works for the Virgin Islands...

“My Yard, Our Message”, a project allowing artists to create political yard signs on the Internet and submit them for a competition, are on display at the Walker Art Center. The top 50 signs will be distributed to Seward neighborhood, Dayton’s Bluff and West Side neighborhood.

[Photo] Unique political signs paint neighborhoods

September 2, 2008

“My Yard, Our Message”, a project allowing artists to create political yard signs on the Internet and submit them for a competition, are on display at the Walker Art Center. The top 50 signs will be...