University Of Minnesota Still Plans To Cut 4 Sports Programs After Big Ten Reverses Fall Football DecisionAlthough the Big Ten announced that college football is coming back this fall, the University of Minnesota says that doesn’t change its proposal to cut four sports programs.
U Of M Student’s Trailer, $35,000 Of Equipment Inside, Stolen During Nicollet Mall Riots
U Of M President To Recommend In-Person Classes Resume For Fall Semester University of Minnesota President Joan Gabel plans to recommend next week to the board of regents that in-person classes resume in the fall, according to the university.
Coronavirus Updates: University Of Minn. To Freeze Tuition For Most Students Next School YearThe University of Minnesota will freeze tuition for most students next school year in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Two Robberies Reported Near U Of M Twin Cities CampusPolice are investigating after back-to-back attempted robberies Saturday afternoon near the University of Minnesota campus.
University Of Minnesota Welcomes Incoming Students On Move-In DayThe University of Minnesota Twin Cities welcomed around 5,900 new students onto campus on Monday.
Police Seek 3 Suspects In Armed Robbery Near U Of M, 4th In 2 WeeksPolice in Minneapolis are searching for three men in connection with an armed robbery that occurred near the University of Minnesota Sunday morning.
U Of M Gets $25K Grant To Fund Beekeeping TeamNorth Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring has awarded nearly $110,000 in grants for five honey bee projects. The largest grant is nearly $27,000 to the North Dakota Beekeeper's Association for promotion, outreach and education.
U Of M Displays Rare Book With 1st Printed MapsA rare book containing what is believed to be the world's first printed maps is on display at the James Ford Bell Library at the University of Minnesota. The James Ford Bell Trust acquired an example of the "Rudimentum Novitiorum," a chronicle of the world printed in 1475.
Probe Largely Clears 'U' Athletics Dept. In Teague CaseThe University of Minnesota athletics department didn't know about inappropriate conduct by athletic director Norwood Teague before his abrupt resignation for sexual harassment, according to an external review Tuesday that also found no fault with the department's "general climate" on sexual harassment.
Longtime U Of M Professor Hy Berman Dies At 90Hy Berman, a longtime University of Minnesota history professor, has died at the age of 90. Berman taught at the U of M for 43 years. He taught his last class in 2004 at the age of 79.
Blaze Pizza Opens Second Twin Cities LocationFrom Punch to Pieology to Pizza Studio, the world of quick fire pizza is rapidly expanding in Minnesota. And now, pie lovers will have another place to enjoy a slice.
Paul To U Students: I Want Gov't That 'Stays The Hell Out Of My Life'Republican Presidential candidate Rand Paul will be in Minnesota Monday. First, he will speak at the Students for Rand rally at the University of Minnesota in the Twin Cities. That's at Coffman Memorial Union at 11:30 a.m.
'U' Email Reveals Investigation Into Possible Football Player MisconductThe University of Minnesota has investigated a series of sexual misconduct allegations against Gopher football players that it says did not result in criminal charges. An internal university email does not identify the players involved in the incidents, or when they happened.
University Of Minnesota Approves $166M 'Athletes Village'The University of Minnesota approved a $166-million sports facility for its athletics department and 725 athletes Friday morning.