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Melanie A. Adams from the Minnesota Historical Society talks with students who are part of a new interdisciplinary graduate program at Northrop Auditorium on East Bank on Monday, Sept. 25.

New graduate program seeks to diversify heritage studies

September 28, 2017

A new University of Minnesota graduate program aims to make museums more representative by educating students about inclusivity. Through the College of Design and College of Liberal Arts' Masters in Heritage...

University mulls change to honors policy

September 27, 2017

A proposed policy change would let University of Minnesota honors students who complete “exceptional” theses receive a higher level of Latin honors than they qualify for based on GPA. The University’s...

University President Eric Kaler fields questions from the Minnesota Daily on Thursday, Sept. 21.

Kaler on Coffman renaming: ‘We need to use judgment and careful consideration’

September 25, 2017

The Minnesota Daily sat down with University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler Thursday afternoon for the semester's first monthly interview on topics that concern students. Kaler talked about dorm pricing,...

About half of University students graduate with debt, report says

September 18, 2017

Over half of University of Minnesota bachelor's degree recipients graduate with debt, according to a report published by University Government and Community Relations last month. One-third of bachelor’s...

Possible Title IX shifts would affect UMN campus sex assault policies

September 14, 2017

Some University of Minnesota advocates say they are worried that a potential change to Title IX, the federal law governing how universities handle sexual assault, could be harmful to victim-survivors. Last...

Court decision might mean the end for University unionization, some say

September 11, 2017

The long-running University of Minnesota faculty unionization effort hit a roadblock last week when a Minnesota court ruled tenure-track and nontenure-track faculty can’t join the same bargaining unit. While...

Kevin Ehrman-Solberg, Kirsten Delegard, and Penny Peterson look at city maps that show segregated areas in the metro area at Wilson Library on West Bank on Wednesday August 30, 2017. People like to believe Minneapolis had neither race nor racism, Delegated says.

Researchers work to uncover Minneapolis’ discriminatory housing past

September 6, 2017

This year, students who travel deep enough into the heart of Wilson Library may encounter a team of researchers working to uncover Minneapolis’ discriminatory housing history. Scholars from the University...