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Leftists Double-Down on Bridge Vandalism

Leftists Double-Down on Bridge Vandalism

Nick Majerus

November 7, 2018


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"I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it" - Evelyn Beatrice Hall The College Republicans’ mural on the Washing Avenue Bridge was vandalized again this last weekend.  This marks the second time in two months that such an incident has occurred.  The...

Minneapolis Arson Increasing at Alarming Rate

Minneapolis Arson Increasing at Alarming Rate

Quinn Daley

November 7, 2018


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  At 7 AM on Monday, October 15, I woke up to a line of emergency vehicles parked outside of my home responding to a one-alarm fire in the Marcy Holmes neighborhood. Having violent flashbacks to the multiple fire alarms that went off in my dorm at 3 AM my freshman year, I figured my neighbors across th...

Kicked Off-Campus Comedy Tour Draws Laughs at the Whole

Michael Geiger

November 7, 2018


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On November 5th, the student group Collegians for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) hosted their annual Free Speech Comedy Night. CFACT is a nonpartisan free-market environmentalist group. The event was emceed by Benjamin Kruse and Leann Sandusky, the hosts the Up and At ‘Em podcast.  The Free Speech Come...

Racist Incident at St. Thomas Prompts Outrage, Quick Changes

Addison Scufsa

November 5, 2018


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  Last month, St. Thomas saw their latest racism incident that prompted protests. Walking back to his room in a dorm on campus, freshman Kevyn Perkins noticed two messages on his door that said, “go home n*****.” Perkins was understandably upset by the words, having experienced prior racism. O...

Canada Legalizes Recreational Marijuana

Ellie Poppler

November 5, 2018


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  On October 16th 2018, recreational marijuana was legalized in the nation of Canada. Canada is now the second nation in the entire world that has fully legalized this plant after Uruguay did so in 2013. The bill states that adults may carry and share up to thirty grams of legal marijuana in public...

Lawrence Jones Speaks at UMN

Nick Majerus

October 25, 2018


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Campus Reform Editor-in-Chief Lawrence Jones paid the University of Minnesota a visit on Wednesday night, October 17, as part of his “Liberal Privilege” tour. The event was sponsored by Turning Point and naturally, the outside of Anderson hall was outfitted to the nines with police and barricades.  The inside of Anderson w...

Vandals Strike Against Free Speech

Vandals Strike Against Free Speech

Timothy Wilmot

October 25, 2018


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For three years in a row, the University of Minnesota chapter of College Republicans has had its panel on the Washington Avenue Bridge vandalized. Each year, every student group at the University has an opportunity to paint their own panel(s) on the pedestrian-only section of the Washington Avenue Br...

MN Republic 10/25 Print Edition

MN Republic 10/25 Print Edition

Mitch Bendis

October 25, 2018


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Check out our newest print edition! Look for it on campus soon. ...

Homeless Encampment Reveals Housing Deficiencies

Timothy Wilmot

October 13, 2018


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  Over the course of the past few months, an encampment of homeless individuals has been rapidly growing near Hiawatha and Cedar Avenues in south Minneapolis.  This encampment consists of a multitude of tents and other temporary structures, packed like sardines onto all available soft surf...

TPUSA Chapter Sets Record Straight about Cancelled Event

Henry Carras

October 12, 2018


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  Chicago- With college students back at school the usual ‘free speech’ and liberal bias complaints will begin again. The refusal by DePaul University administration to allow conservative speakers Candace Owens and Charlie Kirk to give a talk at the university seemed to be just another one of ...

Women: Traditionally, Politically Underrepresented

Women: Traditionally, Politically Underrepresented

Tiana Meador

September 26, 2018


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On Sept. 19, the Center on Women, Gender & Public Policy hosted Jennifer Carnahan, Chair of the Minnesota GOP,  and Ken Martin, Chair of the Minnesota DFL, for a conversation on women in politics.. Across the span of the hour and a half discussion, the two, accompanied by University of Minnesota's Pr...

The new iPhone XS: no gender discrimination here

Tiana Meador

September 18, 2018


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Here's a new concept: gender-neutral technology becoming the center of debate in feminist-equality arguments. Specifically, the new releases from Apple, the iPhone XS, XS Max and XR, which will be on preorder until Sept. 21. The three new phones, which boast a 5.8" screen on the XS, a 6.5" on the XS...

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