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The Minnesota Daily

All content by Satchell Mische-Richter
Nathan Hastings, a freshman in communication studies and studies in cinema and media culture, wrote and directed a film submission for the upcoming University of Minnesota Student Film Festival titled Paper Caper.

[Photo] Student Film Fest

Published April 12, 2012
Electrical engineering senior James Rosenthal works on research aircraft Sunday afternoon in Akerman Hall. The planes are assembled as kits then modified with electronics and sensors. Some of the sensors he uses are supplied by NASA.

[Photo] UROP links students, researchers

Published February 27, 2012
Defenseman Nate Schmidt clears the puck out of the Minnesota zone Saturday night at Mariucci Arena.  The Gophers swept Bemidji State with a 3-0 win Friday night and a 4-1 victory Saturday.

[Photo] Minnesota sweeps Bemidji State

Published February 20, 2012
One of Rich Lewis earlier pipes sits on his workbench.  Lewis says it can take him anywhere between 6 to 20 hours to finish a pipe.

[Photo] Jolly Good Smoke

Published February 9, 2012


by Satchell Mische-Richter
Published December 8, 2011


by Satchell Mische-Richter
Published November 21, 2011
Andrew Jansen a member of the band Crimes will be headlining their CD release show at First Avenues 7th Street Entry this Saturday.

[Photo] Partners in Crimes

Published October 20, 2011
Tony Nicklow takes a break from sweeping in front of his restaurant, Tonys Diner, Wednesday in Dinkytown.

[Photo] Restaurants: A family affair

Published September 29, 2011
Nico Swenson, left, and Karen Gullickson rehearse a scene from Remembering 9/11 Sunday outside of Rarig Center.  The performance was made up of five vignettes followed by a community dialogue.

[Photo] The power of memory

Published September 12, 2011

[Photo] Prof goes "Gampo"

Published September 8, 2011
Paula Heille and her dog Gizmo live across the street from a site for a proposed dog park in the Beltrami neighborhood.  The empty 3.2 acre lot, currently owned by MNDOT, was the former site of a community garden.

[Photo] Dog park could beautify Beltrami

Published September 8, 2011
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