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The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

Western beauty styles have shaped how people perceive themselves. And its having effects on permanent appearances.
Fareed: The cosmetic surgery conundrum
by Mubina Fareed
Published July 19, 2023
Unveiling the influence of Western beauty ideals and cosmetic surgery.
The April report lays out specific ways the regents can work with the Native American community, yet they have been draggin their heels.
Rogers: The University must turn its land acknowledgments into action
by Kelly Rogers
Published July 18, 2023
The TRUTH report enables the University to repair its relationship with tribal communities. So why is the Board of Regents dragging its feet?
Editorial Cartoon: Not split, but sunk
Editorial Cartoon: Not split, but sunk
by Sam Fleming
Published July 14, 2023
Letter to the Editor: CLA corrects misinformation on proposed budget cuts
Letter to the Editor: CLA corrects misinformation on proposed budget cuts
by John Coleman
Published April 28, 2023
After data from the College of Liberal Arts Council of Chairs showed discrepancies in departments' instructional budget cuts, the college discovered a budget coding issue that caused an over-reduction in funding.
Letter to the Editor: UMN should not retire lifelong emails
Letter to the Editor: UMN should not retire lifelong emails
by Alyssa Arnold
Published April 10, 2023
The University should consider alternatives that would be more supportive of alumni.
Opinion: Disability can honor each persons uniqueness
Opinion: Disability can honor each person's uniqueness
by James LaBelle
Published July 19, 2023
Being disabled does not mean being disempowered.
Opinion: Working through it
Opinion: Working through it
by Dominik Dabrowski
Published July 7, 2023
Employers and companies could be a resource for fighting addiction.
Any reform to high school education should include consideration of education other than college.
Torbenson: Bringing down the Schoolhouse
by Roscoe Torbenson
Published July 16, 2023
America’s education system is in desperate need of reform. Doing so requires innovating secondary education, not obsessing over Ivy League schools.
North Oaks is a community that thrives on seclusion.
Mergendahl: The secretive world of North Oaks
by Cal Mergendahl
Published July 16, 2023
What draws people to live in a community that’s gated in every sense but the physical?
The Surgeon General released an advisory in May to warn of the epidemic.
Fareed: The loneliness epidemic: a silent crisis
by Mubina Fareed
Published July 13, 2023
What’s making us so lonely?
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