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Srilekha Garishakurti, Reporter Intern

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UMN COVID-19 vaccine team administers 2,000 first doses

February 8, 2021
Through the University’s vaccination team, healthcare workers are receiving the COVID-19 vaccine on the Twin Cities, Duluth and Rochester campuses.
COVID-19 shakes steady international student enrollment trends

COVID-19 shakes steady international student enrollment trends

February 3, 2021
Due to travel restrictions, a pause on embassy and consulate services and more, the once-growing body of new international students has taken a hit.
Morgan La Casse

Robbery reported in Stadium Village apartment lobby Thursday night

January 28, 2021
A SAFE-U alert reported that the suspects assaulted the victim and took her purse and cell phone.
Arab Student Union Board Members Nadia Aruri, Ava Kian, Farha Ismail and Farah Ahmed Bahgat pose for a portrait at 44 North Apartments on Monday, Jan. 25.

Arab Student Association to connect UMN Arab students

January 26, 2021
The newly formed ASA aims to forge a sense of community for Arab students.
A University of Minnesota Police car is parked outside of the Graduate Hotel on East Bank on Thursday, June 21, 2019.

Student board advocates to stop UMPD involvement in residence hall mental health crises

December 15, 2020
The Student Mental Health Advocacy Board is raising awareness about the issues of resident and community advisor mental health.
Celine Jennings of UMN Climate Strike speaks to protesters at Northrop Auditorium on Friday, Oct. 30.

‘The enemy is profit, together we will stop it’: Protesters rally for justice from the Board of Regents

November 2, 2020
A group of over 50 students marched from the McNamara Alumni Center to Northrop, demanding that student, faculty and staff voices be heard at the “People over Profits” rally.
Boynton Health, the COVID-19 testing site for the University of Minnesota campus, sits empty on Sunday, Oct. 25.

Students voice concerns about Boynton’s capacity for COVID-19 testing and wait times

October 26, 2020
Though the University has recently expanded testing availability, some students have been opting to get tested off-campus to obtain faster results, avoid appointment traffic and tight testing criteria.
Robbery in Dinkytown late Saturday night

Robbery in Dinkytown late Saturday night

October 5, 2020
Two suspects fled in a white BMW after assaulting a person and taking their phone near 5th Street Southeast and 14th Avenue Southeast.
A ‘long overdue’ letter ends a partnership between two Greek councils

A ‘long overdue’ letter ends a partnership between two Greek councils

October 5, 2020
The Panhellenic Council sent a letter to the Interfraternity Executive Council ending their partnership for the rest of the term.
Illustration by Hailee Schievelbein

Two robberies occurred in Como Friday afternoon

October 3, 2020
A gun was seen during one of the robberies near 29th Avenue Southeast and Como Avenue Southeast.
From left, Vice President Duaa Ibrahim, Treasurer Mazzin Khidir and Secretary Sansan Kong of the Sudanese Student Union pose for a portrait in front of Northrop Auditorium on Monday, Sept. 28. Sudanese Student Union came together last spring after being inactive since 2015.

Sudanese Student Union raises awareness about Sudanese flooding crisis

September 29, 2020
The newly reunited SSU is holding the “Gophers for Sudan” fundraiser with other Sudanese college student groups to raise funds and awareness about the ongoing Sudanese flood emergency.