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Despite the avian flu outbreak, grocery stores in the Twin Cities report the crisis has not impacted prices for poultry and eggs.
We took note last month of a tweet from University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler, which said: Michael Rodriguez of the U's College of Education and Human Development has met with hundreds of local school leaders, and now more want to partner to close the achievement gap.
John Fraser Hart flipped on a vintage slide projector, one the University of Minnesota for years has kept in operating order just for him. In his final presentation Wednesday, the 91-year-old geography professor peppered in some humor.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker will graduate Thursday from Minnesota, 52 years after his college career was done. The 74-year-old Bell recently returned to the school he left 13 credits short of a degree in recreation, park and leisure studies.
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This year the University of Minnesota will graduate 29 Native American students thanks to the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community (SMSC) Endowed Scholarship program.
design team from the University of Minnesota won the grand prize at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Race to Zero student design competition, which challenges college students to design a house that produces more energy than it consumes.
Since 1974, six men have held the job as president of the University of Minnesota. And they all shared the same stage for the first time Monday, at what was billed as a historic gathering at Northrop Auditorium.
The University of Minnesota is stepping up its efforts for a more diverse campus.
In a U-sponsored opinion poll in December, 69 percent of respondents said the university is not receiving sufficient funding.