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The change reflected the want from student groups to more accurately plan for their events.
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by Alexis Letang
Published July 17, 2023
The change will allow for funding requests to happen closer to the event being held, instead of at semester breaks.
Heads of statues of Greek and Persian gods that may have fallen from their bodies during ancient East Anatolian Fault earthquakes.
UMN researchers successfully date East Anatolian Fault for first time
by Alex Lassiter
Published July 18, 2023
International research led by UMN determined the age and origin of the February Turkish and Syrian earthquakes.
Local health departments faced issues leading up to the pandemic, but those were exacerbated and took a toll while the virus spread.
UMN research showcases staffing issues in local health departments statewide
by Alex Lassiter
Published July 18, 2023
Study surveyed 97% of MN local health departments, highlights gaps in workforce and employee burnout.
There are resources for LGBTQ+ students provided by the University year-round.
LGBTQ+ resources and support available to UMN students beyond Pride Month
by Ainsley Brown
Published July 18, 2023
The Gender and Sexuality Center provides support for LGBTQ+ students and the greater Twin Cities community.
Jamie Prenkert, the new Dean of Carlson School of Management, on June 12, 2023. Prenkert officially took over the role on July 3.
Q&A with new dean of Carlson School of Management
by Ainsley Brown
Published July 18, 2023
Dean Jamie Prenkert talked about the importance of connecting with the community, students, faculty and staff at the University.
Fairview Riverside Medical Center on February 16, 2023.
UMN and Fairview running out of time to solve partnership conflict
by Henry Hagen
Published July 16, 2023
As the Fairview-Sanford merger remains delayed, the next month could be critical for the University to determine its healthcare partnership.
Interim-President Jeffrey Ettinger at a University of Minnesota Board of Regents special meeting on Monday June 26, 2023.
Regents discuss increased safety measures for fall semester
by Henry Hagen
Published July 14, 2023
The initiatives include restrictions on public building access, residence hall protection, Dinkytown police presence and a review of SAFE-U alerts.
Newly funded sustainability projects strive to emphasize community collaboration
by Ainsley Brown
Published June 25, 2023
Eight sustainability projects received funding from the $1.1 million Impact Goals grant from the University’s Institute on the Environment.
UMN making progress towards furthering sustainability education on-campus, community
by Ben Wagner
Published June 4, 2023
Students and faculty are looking to continue their momentum after a successful Earth Month.
UMN initiatives could improve relationships with Indigenous groups
by Ainsley Brown
Published May 3, 2023
The proposal to return land at the Cloquet Forestry Center and the findings of the TRUTH project could lead to stronger relations between the University and Minnesota and Minnesota’s Tribal Nations.
UMN students respond to light rail safety
by Ainsley Brown
Published May 3, 2023
As crime increases on the Metro Transit Light Rail system, University of Minnesota students discuss safety measures on public transit.
UMN parents, students discuss summer campus safety
by Gillian Haveman
Published May 3, 2023
After an uptick in crime near campus in summer 2022, students and parents discuss their thoughts on what the University of Minnesota has done and should do this summer.
UMN to initiate Master’s of Data Science program
by Amelia Cleary
Published May 3, 2023
The University of Minnesota’s Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science developed a new master’s program after perceiving a need for workforce specialization.
UMN graduate students vote to unionize
by Ainsley Brown
Published April 28, 2023
This is the sixth unionization attempt from graduate student workers since 1974.
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The exterior of the U.S. Supreme Court building on Oct. 29, 2022.
UMN community discusses the impact of Roe v. Wade one year later 
by Alexandra DeYoe
Published July 14, 2023
Minneapolis Police Chief Brian O’Hara speaking at a press conference announcing the Department of Justice’s investigation into the Minneapolis Police Department on June 16, 2023.
Minneapolis community reacts to DOJ investigation, MDHR agreement
by Devlin Epding
Published July 13, 2023
A digital rendering of East Phillips Urban Farm’s planned design.
East Phillips works to raise funds for Roof Depot purchase
by Gustav DeMars and Alexandra DeYoe
Published July 9, 2023
A light rail train departs from the Stadium Village station for downtown Minneapolis on Jan. 15, 2017.
Changes to light rail prioritize safety, ridership
by Jack O'Connor
Published July 6, 2023
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House shows can bring different bands together in the same space.
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by Max Mueller
Published July 20, 2023
Why Not, Creeping Charlie, and Diet Lite rock the Chop Shop in Minneapolis.
A glass of Tomms lager on draft in the Falling Knife taproom.
Review: Falling Knife Brewing Company will satisfy IPA connoisseurs, casual drinkers alike
by Ethan Lambert
Published July 19, 2023
The craft brewery, located north of Como, is a relaxed environment featuring a variety of beers on tap, pinball machines and a free jukebox.
Even though released on June 22, the show received 13 Emmy nominations for its first season.
Review: “The Bear” season two
by Saija Maki-Waller
Published July 18, 2023
With 13 Emmy nominations, season two of “The Bear” exceeds all expectations, managing to further ground the characters, all while taking the show to new heights.
A recording from Dylans UMN days was donated in 2005 to the Minnesota Historical Society.
Bob Dylan: Cultural icon, influential songwriter and UMN alum
by Ethan Lambert
Published July 16, 2023
The distinguished folk singer-songwriter attended UMN for one semester in 1959, before starting his career as a musician.
Wordplay announcement outside of the Loft Literary Center on July 8, 2023.
Wordplay festival features 30+ authors, centers writing as revolution
by Sarah Horner
Published July 11, 2023
The Loft Literary Center brought together local and national writers for a day of discussion, reflection and reading.
The Gophers will play their first match on Aug. 18 in an exhibition match against Northern Iowa.
A glimpse into the Keegan Cook Era of Minnesota volleyball
Published July 19, 2023
Keegan Cook steps into big shoes by taking over as head volleyball coach for the Minnesota Gophers while the players are adjusting to the new atmosphere throughout summer practices.
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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.
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.
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?
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 November 2022 release of the chatbot changed how universities responded to cheating.
A look into what UMN knows about cheating with ChatGPT
After an academic year that saw the viral emergence of AI technologies, the University is working to keep professors informed and hold students accountable.
by Gustav DeMars
Published July 14, 2023
After an academic year that saw the viral emergence of AI technologies, the University is working to keep professors informed and hold students accountable.
This is the next big novel for the Minnesota author.
Best books and parks near campus
Published June 20, 2023
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