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The exterior of the U.S. Supreme Court building on Oct. 29, 2022.

Supreme Court rejects Biden’s plan to wipe away $400 billion in student loan debt

by Mark Sherman - Associated Press
Published June 30, 2023
Over a half-million Minnesotans will start to resume payments.
The U.S. Supreme Court building on Oct. 29, 2022 in Washington D.C.

Supreme Court strikes down affirmative action in college admissions, says race cannot be a factor

by Mark Sherman - Associated Press
Published June 29, 2023
The decision effectively means colleges and universities cannot use race in admissions.
The last day of Ramadan was Thursday. Abu Khadra Masjid Mosque is one of the mosques in Minneapolis.

Muslim students voice concerns over rising Islamophobia

by Jack O'Connor
Published April 24, 2023
Following anti-Muslim hate crimes and terror attacks, U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar introduced a resolution in the House of Representatives to recognize the threats posed to Muslims during Ramadan.
Aswar Rahman founded the nonprofit and  purchased a house in Dinkytown to house some of the refugees who came to Minnesota.

Local nonprofit gives Ukrainian refugees chance to feel connected

by Amirah Razman
Published April 19, 2023
American Service, founded by a University of Minnesota alum, serves to mentor Ukrainian refugees by providing them work and volunteer opportunities.
Willow Project sparks controversy from environmental activists

Willow Project sparks controversy from environmental activists

by Amelia Cleary
Published April 7, 2023
Despite environmental activists fighting the oil drilling project, the Biden administration signed the approval for construction to begin. The project is reminiscent of Minnesota’s Line 3 for some student activists.
President Donald Trump addresses the crowd at a rally held in the Target Center in downtown Minneapolis on Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019. 

Trump charged with 34 felony counts

by Saniah Bates
Published April 5, 2023
The counts were related to falsifying business documents and hush money payments.
President Donald Trump addresses the crowd at a rally held in the Target Center in downtown Minneapolis on Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019. 

Trump indicted on criminal charges, surrender expected

by Saniah Bates
Published March 31, 2023
Donald Trump is the first former president to be indicted on criminal charges, which have not been publicly released.
The U.S. Supreme Court building on Oct. 29, 2022 in Washington D.C.

Student loan forgiveness faces headwinds after Supreme Court hearing

by Amelia Cleary and Maya Marchel Hoff
Published March 27, 2023
After months of federal litigation, University of Minnesota students express frustration with the uncertainty of whether President Joe Biden’s student loan debt plan will go through.
Increased ransomware attacks on health care facilities impede patient care

Increased ransomware attacks on health care facilities impede patient care

by Emma Walytka
Published February 3, 2023
An influx of cybersecurity disturbances in health care systems technology platforms sparks a new database to assemble a list of ransomware attacks on health care providers nationwide.
The U.S. Supreme Court building on Oct. 29, 2022 in Washington D.C.

Supreme Court questions affirmative action future

by Devlin Epding
Published January 30, 2023
The end of race-conscious admissions programs could impact enrollment at the University of Minnesota as soon as next year.

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