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President Gabel Conflict of Interest

President Gabel Conflict of Interest

Jack Radomski, EditorPresident Gabel Conflict of Interest January 26, 2023

The University of Minnesota president Joan Gabel has become the subject of many news stories this week due to her involvement with insurance and financial services firm Securian Financial, based in St....

What Will Commencement 2023 Look Like?

What Will Commencement 2023 Look Like?

Jack Radomski, Editor January 25, 2023

The University of Minnesota has been forced to adapt to COVID-19 and the restrictions it placed on events for the last few years. Graduation ceremonies were no exception. Over the last few years, University...

Hamline Attacks Academic Freedom: Backtracks in Midst of Massive Lawsuit

Luke Rexing, Contributor January 25, 2023

  Over the beginning weeks of the new year there has been a growing amount of controversy surrounding a Hamline University incident that took place in the final weeks of 2022. An art and history...

Hockey Day Minnesota 2023

Charlie Rapheal, Editor January 25, 2023

As 2023 rolls in and a new semester at school starts, the annual Hockey Day Minnesota celebration is also upon us. For those unfamiliar, Hockey Day Minnesota is an annual event that takes place all...

MnDOT clears out homeless encampment connected to shooting near the Carlson School of Management

MnDOT clears out homeless encampment connected to shooting near the Carlson School of Management

Alex Sharp, Contributor January 25, 2023

One of the largest homeless encampments in Minneapolis was cleared last week by MnDOT after a scathing statement from Minneapolis City Council member Jamal Osman. The encampment was connected with a deadly...

Ovidio Guzman Lopez Captured

Ovidio Guzman Lopez Captured

George Merkt, Contributor January 25, 2023

Violence has erupted in the Mexican state of Sinaloa, a known stronghold of the powerful Sinaloa Cartel, as the son of notorious drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman was recently captured by government...

George Santos: Congressional Con-Man

George Santos: Congressional Con-Man

Alex Sharp, Contributor January 25, 2023

Election season is always an exciting time. Whether it be student elections, midterms, or the fabled Presidential election, the buzz and the conversation are unmatched. However, the anticipation can sometimes...

Board of Regents has Major Shakeup Following Sviggum’s Comments on Morris

Charlie Eggers, Editor January 25, 2023

In late October of last year, the vice chair of the University of Minnesota Board of Regents spoke his mind on the declining admissions to the University of Minnesota’s second-smallest campus: Morris.  The...

Spotify Wrapped Returns

George Merkt, Contributor December 9, 2022

Snow is falling, your face is frozen, and before you know it, its that time of year again. No, I’m not talking about the holidays (although some may consider it one). I’m talking about Spotify Wrapped....

Bears, Bondage, and Balenciaga

Luke Rexing, Contributor December 7, 2022

Luxury and high fashion brand, Balenciaga, has been under serious scrutiny from the public recently over a controversial ad. This ad was a part of the newest holiday campaign, featuring standard pieces...

MPact Health Care Innovation Vision at the University of Minnesota

MPact Health Care Innovation Vision at the University of Minnesota

Haley Wolff, Contributer December 1, 2022

On January 12th of 2023 the University of Minnesota announced the MPact Health Care Innovation vision. This nation-leading Medical School’s mission is to “to be a leader in enhancing the health of...

SCOTUS To Determine Future of Minority College Admissions

SCOTUS To Determine Future of Minority College Admissions

Charlie Rapheal, Editor November 16, 2022

The Supreme Court met on Monday, October 31, to hear two oral arguments regarding affirmative action in higher education. The cases, Students for Fair Admissions Inc. v. University of North Carolina and...

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