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U professor Jeff Millikan poses in his studio in Minneapolis on Monday. Millikan is one of the artists showcasing bee-related art at the Inaugural Bee Arts Event at the St. Paul Student Center on Monday, August 3.

[Photo] Making an artful buzz

Published July 29, 2015
Founder Dan Oskey talks to Distillery Manager Bentley Gillman at Tattersall Distilling in northeast Minneapolis on Monday. Tattersall, which distills its own spirits in a distillery just beyond the glass walls of its cocktail room, will open for business on Wednesday, July 8.

[Photo] Spirits in the Night

Published July 8, 2015
Barista Bethany Brown serves up a customers iced coffee at Five Watt Coffee on Tuesday.

[Photo] A tall glass of cool joe

Published July 1, 2015
Coleman Iverson, Alexander Hambrock, Alexandra Feeken, and Nadya Nguyen pose in their workspace in Minneapolis on Saturday, June 13. They are four of five University alumni who have invented the HidrateMe water bottle.

[Photo] Hydration and innovation

Published June 17, 2015
Black Market Brass poses for a group portrait at their rehearsal space in Minneapolis on Wednesday, June 3. The music group plays a blend of Afrobeat and funk to bring bold, uptempo sound to their audiences.

[Photo] Jumpsuit jubilee

Published June 10, 2015
Bartender Vanessa Smith sells a growler of beer to a customer at Town Hall Brewery on Monday. On June 5 the city council will vote on possible changes that would allow the sale of growlers on Sundays at breweries and taprooms, as well as changing the time for Sunday sales from 10 a.m. to 8 a.m.

[Photo] Liquor rules may loosen

Published June 3, 2015
Ivoire Foreman oversees the roasting process of coffee beans at the Peace Coffee Roastery on Friday. Peace Coffee sells organic, fair-trade coffee in its coffee shops as well as many retail locations.

[Photo] Coffee culture

Published May 5, 2015
University professor Daniel Voytas developed a method of editing plant genes using a technology that is currently at the center of a patent dispute.

[Photo] DNA tech in a legal battle

Published April 29, 2015
Graduate students Megan Cross and Grant Cooper pick up trash for Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Boards Earth Day cleanup at Lake of the Isles on Saturday. Members of the student group Natural Resources Association of Graduate Students decided to participate in the event to support Earth Day.

[Photo] Students join city clean-up

Published April 27, 2015
Sarah Edwards poses at Arrow Boutique in Minneapolis on Wednesday. Edwards, with the help of her group I AM KXNDNESS, will present the I AM FABULOUS! fashion show at the Varsity Theater on Sunday to celebrate beauty and style at every age.

[Photo] Beauty never expires

Published April 23, 2015
Graduate architecture student Ben Kraft works on his thesis project, a tiny house, behind Rapson Hall on Monday. Kraft and his wife intend to live in the 221-square-foot home when he graduates in the spring.

[Photo] Tiny house, wide impact

Published April 21, 2015
Members of local bluegrass band Thirsty River rehearse in Minneapolis on Wednesday. The band will be performing at their CD release show at Icehouse on Friday, April 17.

[Photo] Plunging into Thirsty River

Published April 16, 2015
Graduate students Alberto Babio and Deuk-Geun Hong build WAMs upcoming pop-up park in the W.L. Hall Workshop inside Rapson Hall on Sunday. Created by the WAM Collective student group, the park will take over the museums front plaza from April 20 to May 10.

[Photo] From concrete to tiny park

Published April 16, 2015
Urban Sound, a co-ed a cappella ensemble, rehearses in Ferguson Hall on Monday. The group is one of five a cappella groups that will be performing at the University A Cappella Fest at Coffman Union on Saturday.

[Photo] A community of voices

Published April 16, 2015
Pulled pork, sazón rice and roasted vegetables are just a few of the Columbian-influenced menu options at Café Racer Kitchen in Minneapolis on Sunday.

[Photo] Off to the races

Published April 14, 2015
University graduate Bradley Taylor, founder of pop-up donut shop Sssdude-Nutz, sells donuts at Alpha Print Inc. in Dinkytown on Wednesday. Taylor makes the donuts himself and sells them in various pop-up locations around Minneapolis.

[Photo] Doughnuts and a dream

Published March 26, 2015
Primp boutique owners Michele Gudmundson and University grad Wesley Uthus at their St. Paul store on Wednesday. The boutique, which offers fashionable items at affordable prices, is just one of six locations in the surrounding area.

[Photo] Primp: Cheap Chic Boutique

Published March 12, 2015
Minnetonka high school students Annie Watkins and Annie Goodyear observe and converse about the live feed of a social work simulation at the Phillips-Wangensteen Building on Friday. The University is partnering with Minnetonkas VANTAGE program to give high schoolers interested in social work careers a better look at the field.

[Photo] Learning through practice

Published March 3, 2015
Institute on the Environment fellow Jonee Brigham builds an art piece on Friday for River Journey, an educational art program that takes place at Rivers Edge Academy. Brigham uses models like this one to spread environmental awareness through art.

[Photo] Teaching through art

Published February 23, 2015
Womens hockey co-captain Rachel Ramsey fills listeners in on hockey-related news on Monday at KFAN Sports Radio. Ramsey, who will finish her hockey career this semester, has hopes of working in sports news in the future.

[Photo] Radio dreams after hockey

Published February 18, 2015
College Kitchenista Yena Lee learns how to make a kimchi quesadilla with World Street Kitchens Head Chef Wadi.

[Photo] College Kitchen with Chef Wadi

Published February 12, 2015
University student Nikki Graf stands in between alumnae Laura Brown (left) and Nikki Beyer at their practice in Bloomington on Saturday. Their team, the Minnesota Vixen, are the longest continuously operating womens football team in the nation.

[Photo] Minnesota Vixen team on the rise

Published February 10, 2015
Lindsay Mable performs on the beam at the meet against Ohio State on Saturday at the Sports Pavilion.

[Photo] Gophers dominate OSU at home

Published February 2, 2015
The members of the show Liberation of Auschwitz rehearse on Sunday at Augsburgs Anderson Music Hall. The show, which includes a male chorus, solo baritone, orchestra and a dancer, premieres on Tuesday at the Ted Mann Concert Hall in honor of the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp.

[Photo] Celebrating today

Published January 27, 2015
A Surly burger with french fries pairs nicely with a Surly Furious beer at the recently-opened Surly Beer Hall in Prospect Park. The Beer Hall offers a wide selection of lunch and dinner food, along with an extensive lineup of beers on tap.

[Photo] Feelin' Surly

Published January 22, 2015
Sophomore Paige Tapp blocks the ball on Saturday at the Sports Pavilion at the match against Purdue. The Gophers won 3-0.

[Photo] Gophers sweep ranked Purdue

Published November 24, 2014
 Mortuary Science junior Abby Lapinoja finds a quiet moment to study in the casket room within Jackson Hall on Tuesday. Caskets line the room for the Mortuary Science department for its clients to choose from.

[Photo] Learning to bring life to death

Published November 20, 2014
Surlys new taproom in Prospect Park is set to open in December. The acuity approved a liquor license for the taproom Friday.

[Photo] Surly clears final hurdle

Published November 17, 2014
Goalie Adam Wilcox blocks a shot on Friday at Mariucci Arena at the game against UMD. The Bulldogs beat the Gophers 3-0.

[Photo] Fast starts propel UMD to sweep

Published November 17, 2014
Homemade yogurt with berries, orange zest and honey make for a sweet snack or breakfast.

[Photo] College Kitchen: Homemade Yogurt

Published November 13, 2014
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