The Minnesota Daily

All content by Maisha Downey

Timeline spans U pedestrian bridge

September 20, 2006

Students rewrote history Tuesday on the Washington Avenue Bridge. Well, sort of. Along with the Institute for Advanced Study, students created two timelines spanning the length of the bridge by illustrating...

MSA Forum speaker leaves after 4 years

September 19, 2006

Kevin Wendt joined Minnesota Student Association his second week as a first-year student and never estimated the large campus issues the group would face during his four years. During his time in MSA,...

New and returning groups take brushes to pedestrian bridge

September 15, 2006

When the University offers free paint, brushes and room to advertise, students come prepared. There's proof of this on the Washington Avenue Bridge, where nearly 300 groups painted logos, borders and designs...

Phase one of stadium construction on schedule

September 13, 2006

Dump trucks and yellow construction jackets might soon litter the streets of campus. Construction crews are in the first phase of work on TCF Bank Stadium, which will be built where the Huron Boulevard...

On the street

September 12, 2006

Kara Snow ended her first week of school with a cashier shift at Harvard Market East. "The first week was hot and there was a lot of walking, but I don't think my semester should be hard," she said. The...

New drug may help alleviate male sexual dysfunction

September 12, 2006

An embarrassing bedroom rendezvous could be a thing of the past for many men (and their significant others) thanks to a new premature ejaculation drug. A study released Thursday in The Lancet medical journal...

Big Ten Channel hammers out details

September 7, 2006

By this time next year University students will have the opportunity to watch more Gopher games from the comfort of their own sofas. Earlier this summer, The Big Ten Conference signed two separate contracts...

University prepares for back to school

September 5, 2006

As students scurried around campus searching for their respective classrooms, food or books last week, University staff and faculty were ready. Planning and preparation for the University bookstores, Boynton...