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Marion Renault

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Participants diet, blood pressure, heart rates, medical history and blood pathology were all examined and tested for the international Seven Countries study.

Persistently lethal

by Marion Renault
Published October 8, 2015

Culture in OIT led to step-down

by Marion Renault
Published September 14, 2015
John Wright, professor in the African American Studies Department, in his office in the Social Sciences Building on Tuesday, May 6.

The Wright legacy

by Marion Renault
Published May 28, 2014
The Dinkytown area is experiencing drastic changes, including the construction of two new apartment complexes. The property owners, though often behind the scenes, are some of the most powerful players in shaping the change.

Who owns Dinkytown?

by Marion Renault
Published November 13, 2013
St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman was elected to a third term Tuesday night, garnering more than 78 percent of first-choice votes. Coleman, who was first elected in 2005, is the first St. Paul mayor in 23 years to serve more than two terms.

For St. Paul, it’s Coleman

by Marion Renault
Published November 6, 2013
Dinkytown before and after Minneapolis approved an amendment requiring the removal of overhanging and freestanding commercial signs and billboards measuring more than six square feet, in order to clean up and improve the appearance of the Dinkytown area.

A history of evolving

by Marion Renault
Published April 29, 2013

FBI agents gone wild

by Marion Renault
Published February 22, 2013
Students’ Co-op members and guests gather for a Chinese New Year dinner on Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013, at the co-op.

Co-op wants to save Dinky

by Marion Renault
Published February 18, 2013
KSTP commercial producer Nick Tieri sets up the camera to shoot a scene of the Stadium Village commercial Friday, Feb. 1, 2013, at the Hole Sports Lounge.

Stadium Village films TV ad

by Marion Renault
Published February 4, 2013
Lavvu Coffee House owner Chris Pesklo sits in a Scandinavian Sami lavvu tent at the Swedish Institute on Friday, Jan. 25, 2013, in Minneapolis. Plesko said visitors to the new coffee house will be able to enjoy a latte in a lavvu.

Sharing Sami culture

by Marion Renault
Published January 31, 2013
David Roos, left, talks harmonies with Samuel Graham at The Podium on Jan. 19, 2013, in Dinkytown. Graham said he has been visiting The Podium since he was a child. Several Dinkytown businesses including The Book House, The Podium and House of Hanson have reached an agreement with apartment developer OPUS and will be relocating or closing permanently.

Megatown or Dinkytown?

by Marion Renault
Published January 22, 2013
The 7west Apartments under construction near Seven Corners Saturday on West Bank. The new apartments will be LEED-certified.

West Bank apts. go green

by Marion Renault
Published December 10, 2012
Chris Temple, Hannah Gregg and Zach Ingrasci prepare to present their film, Living on One Dollar, on Sunday night at the Bell Museum of Natural History. Temple and Ingrasci, graduates of Claremont McKenna College in California, produced the film about their experiences of living on less than a dollar a day for two months in Guatemala.

Poverty awareness tour visits U

by Marion Renault
Published November 20, 2012
Minneapolis City Councilman Cam Gordon speaks to the board and neighborhood residents about the need for energy reform in the community during the Southeast Como Improvement Association meeting in Van Cleve Park on Tuesday.

SECIA struggles to stay afloat

by Marion Renault
Published November 15, 2012
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