MPR's Cathy Wurzer spoke with University of Minnesota climatologist Mark Seeley about some record lows in Minnesota earlier this week. He also has a forecast for better spring weather for most of the state for Easter weekend.
Today is Good Friday, the day on which Christians commemorate the crucifixion and death of Jesus Christ. The name may seem counterintuitive to many Christians and nonbelievers, since the day is typically viewed as a solemn one, often observed with fasting and somber processions. U of M Center for Medieval Studies' Anatoly Liberman comments.
An interview with William Beeman, anthrolopology professor at the University of Minnesota, about the deteriorating trust levels between the United States and Russia.
Her controversial appearance at the University of Minnesota drew some protesters, but she received a warm welcome inside Northrop.
U of M kinesiology professor Dr. Thomas Stoffregen talks motion sickness, perception, and peer review on Science In The Wild with Gary Riccio and Nathan Roman.
A Minnesota man contracted Lassa fever when traveling in West Africa. He was admitted to the hospital shortly after his arrival at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport earlier this month. U of M Family Medicine and Community Health's Jon Hallberg comments.
Diabetes is becoming increasingly common in the United States, but the risks of complications from the blood sugar disease have declined since 1990, according to a new study. U of M Department of Medicine's Elizabeth Seaquist comments.
Alumni, students, faculty and administrators at the University of Minnesota can take considerable pride in the mission statement that guides the institution. The Star Tribune editorial board writes on the Thursday appearance of former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice at the U of M campus.
Hundreds of faculty members from the University of Minnesota signed a petition to state their opposition to the impending visit of former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. U of M director of the Human Rights Program Barbara Frey and College of Liberal Arts professor Lisa Hilbink comment.
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Emerald ash borers are destroying ecosystems across the state, and University of Minnesota researchers are asking for state funding to help stop them. U of M College of Food, Agriculture and Natural Resource Sciences interim dean Brian Buhr, and head of the Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology Department Susan Galatowitsch comment.