The Minnesota Daily

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Professor remembered for superior research

June 5, 1997

The Carlson School of Management professor who died early this week in northeastern Wisconsin was a pioneer who advanced the study of management, a colleague said Wednesday. "This was not your typical,...

Daily appoints a new editor in chief

April 28, 1997

The Minnesota Daily's board of directors once again chose a relative newcomer to lead the paper Thursday when it picked associate editor R. Scott Rogers as 1997-98 editor in chief. Like current editor...

New business head looks to Daily’s future

April 28, 1997

The Minnesota Daily's Board of Directors chose current marketing director Heather Burgess as 1997-98 business manager. She will take over in June as the paper's financial chief operating officer, handling...

Macs: Crashing on campus?

April 1, 1997

Many college students grew up with user-friendly Apple computers, and roughly half of the desktop computers on campus are estimated to be Apples. But all that might change in light of financial troubles...

Jury says former gym coach should get $675,000 damages

March 31, 1997

Former University gymnastics coach Katalin Deli finally won a suit against the University when a jury awarded her $675,000 over what they agreed was a broken promise. Deli said that Chris Voelz, the women's...

Preparations go ahead for first break-in trial

March 31, 1997

One of four men accused of an off-campus burglary and rape incident is going to trial this week in Hennepin County District Court. Puiassance J. Andersen, along with several acquaintances, is charged...

Najarian verdict passes one-year mark

February 21, 1997

One year ago today, surgeon John Najarian was acquitted of all criminal charges against him -- charges that had included both medical fraud and financial wrongdoing. When Najarian stepped out of a federal...

Jury sees video of crime scene

January 31, 1997

Prosecuting attorneys presented jury members Thursday with their first look at the scene of University student Kami Talley's murder. Later, a Minneapolis police officer testified that a thumbprint on...

Condie faces judge today

May 8, 1996

and Ian Morris The man who ran the University's ill-fated ALG drug program will appear in federal court today to be sentenced. Richard Condie pleaded guilty in August to charges of tax evasion, embezzlement...

Najarian acquitted on all counts

February 22, 1996

Nearly a year after his indictment, Dr. John Najarian was acquitted Wednesday morning of all criminal charges against him. In the wake of the jury's decision, Najarian made ambitious plans for his future,...