The Minnesota Republic

The Most Egregious of Violations

The Most Egregious of Violations

Avery Heinen December 10, 2020

Many Democratic politicians have been coming under fire recently for bucking the restrictions they put in place to protect their constituents. Many have pointed to the actions of their Republican colleagues,...

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TikTok to acquire Onlyfans in preteen thirst market shakeup

Addison Scufsa, A&E Editor October 23, 2020

Tiktok announced they are acquiring the app Onlyfans next month in a huge shakeup at the top of trending apps in 2020. Tiktok is in talks of being bought themselves, but it seems they went ahead and acquired...

“My body, my choice” Expo adds necrophilia panel after popular demand

“My body, my choice” Expo adds necrophilia panel after popular demand

Addison Scufsa, A&E Editor October 7, 2020

Attendees of the “My Body, My Choice” Conference (MBMCC) are excitedly taking to Twitter after the surprise addition of a necrophilia panel and Q&A session to next month’s event. The blockbuster...

Students face further changes as pandemic fears spike

Students face further changes as pandemic fears spike

Avery Heinen, Contributor September 23, 2020

Unfortunately for the students at the University of Minnesota, there has been some changes made to the University’s Maroon and Gold Sunrise plan. Doug Douglason, a future member of the Board of Directors...

The deep state. She's on it.

The deep state. She’s on it.

Timothy Wilmot, Content Editor March 6, 2020

It is common knowledge that the government the world sees is merely a pawn on the chessboard of the deep state. This is a cause for alarm for most of the population, but after my interview with an attendant...

Missouri Civil War reenactors praised for commitment to authenticity

Addison Scufsa, A&E Editor November 24, 2019

A large group of individuals from Missouri recently received an “award of authenticity” from the Smithsonian Institute for their commitment and excellence in the growing field of Civil War reenactment....

Green Line KOA Shortens Business Hours

Timothy Wilmot, Editor September 30, 2019

In 2014, Metro Transit opened the first moving KOA campground connecting St Paul and Minneapolis. Originally named the Central Corridor, we now know it as the Metro Green Line, and it offers transportation...

A personal statement on the need to rename the union

Nathan Harman, Contributor September 17, 2019

Facts can be evil. If evil facts are public and notable, then they are even more evil. Historical anti-Semitism on our campus has no right to be known privately. I believe that no student has any business...

McFly reveals Vikings as Super Bowl LIV champs

McFly reveals Vikings as Super Bowl LIV champs

Timothy Wilmot, Editor September 15, 2019

Following the Minnesota Vikings' week one victory over the Atlanta Falcons, Vikings flags have been streaming outside of Minnesotans’ front doors and off of their cars. This is not an uncommon sight...

What is the French Word for Heroes?

Michael Geiger April 19, 2019

The Notre Dame burned and the world wept. Around 7:00 p.m. on Monday, April 15th the famous church caught fire and burned for over 14 hours. While the full extent of the damage is still being assessed,...

Disney is poised to lead the cord-cutting army

Aditya Saxena April 18, 2019

A seminal event of this decade in the realm of entertainment is about to transpire on Nov. 12 - the launch of Disney’s official streaming service, Disney+. Disney has so far splurged so excessively on...

The legacy of the Hussle

Casey McCabe April 18, 2019

  On March 31st the rapper Nipsey Hussle was shot and killed in front of his clothing store in Los Angeles California.   Ermias Asghedom later well known by his stage name, died tragically...

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