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Stone Arch Bridge set to close come Spring 2024

Stone Arch Bridge set to close come Spring 2024

Haley Wolff October 6, 2023

The historic Stone Arch Bridge is set to be closed come this spring. Repair work is expected to last from spring 2024 through spring of 2026. The Stone Arch Bridge was designed by James J. Hill, who...

Best Upcoming Concerts to Attend in Minneapolis

Best Upcoming Concerts to Attend in Minneapolis

Alex Sharp, Contributor March 17, 2023

As the world continues to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, the live music industry is slowly but surely making a comeback. Minneapolis is no exception, with a variety of exciting concerts scheduled...

FIS Nordic World cup is coming to Minneapolis

FIS Nordic World cup is coming to Minneapolis

Thomas Olenchek, Contributor February 22, 2023

Minnesota is known for its snowy winters, making it an ideal location for outdoor winter sports. One such sport that has gained popularity in the state over the years is Nordic skiing. The state is home...

Dr. Jordan Peterson and Beyond Order in Minneapolis

Dr. Jordan Peterson and Beyond Order in Minneapolis

Charlie Rapheal, Editor February 15, 2023

As college students who are bridging the gap between childhood and fully fledged adulthood, our ability and effort to listen and learn from people who can teach us impactful things about the lives ahead...

An Examination of Minnesotas Criminal Justice System and Efforts to Reform It

An Examination of Minnesota’s Criminal Justice System and Efforts to Reform It

Will Sherry, Contributor February 8, 2023

Minnesota's criminal justice system is one that has undergone numerous reforms over the years in an effort to provide fairer and more effective justice for its citizens. Despite this, there remain areas...

Rare Green Comet Is Visible From Earth And Revives Light Pollution Debate

Rare Green Comet Is Visible From Earth And Revives Light Pollution Debate

Joshua Klopp, Managing Editor February 8, 2023

On February 1, a green colored comet made its closest pass by Earth since the stone age. The comet could be seen as a green and white cloud in the night sky, but not too easily. The comet passed by 26...

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...

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A History of Hockey in Minnesota

Will Sherry January 25, 2023

Hockey in Minnesota has a rich and storied history that spans over a century. The sport first began to gain popularity in the state in the late 19th century, and since then, it has grown to become one...

Ice Skating Brought to you by Van Cleve Park

Ice Skating Brought to you by Van Cleve Park

Charlie Rapheal, Editor December 7, 2022

The ice skating rinks at Van Cleve Park are well under way in response to the colder weather around the University of Minnesota. The park is managed by Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board, and they...

New Ideas on How We Should Run State Elections

John Smith, Contributor November 16, 2022

Just over a week ago, we found out the results from the 2022 midterm election on November 8th, 2022. Many of the results were unsurprising and the polls were very accurate in forecasting this year's winners.  In...

Your New Favorite Club at the U of M

Your New Favorite Club at the U of M

Charlie Rapheal, Editor October 5, 2022

A new club has touched down at the University of Minnesota, and anyone can join. It’s common sense that everybody is born with an instinctual urge to get out and move around. School may have you stuck...

Fall Arrives at the University of Minnesota, but Crime Remains

Fall Arrives at the University of Minnesota, but Crime Remains

Maggie Fliszar, Editor October 5, 2022

In his opening remarks at the Public Safety Forum, held on August 24th in Cowles Auditorium, Minneapolis’ Community Safety Commissioner Dr. Cedric Alexander made a promise to the students, faculty, and...

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