In recent years, the University of Minnesota's Spring Jam has steadily expanded in both size and scope. And this year's schedule of activities and robust music lineup are their most ambitious yet. Spread over three days, from April 24-26, there will be a series of free concerts on both the Minneap ... More >>
Screenshot from Sportsgrid video.Look closely to see the steam coming form Don Lucia's ears.Up 6-2 with less than two minutes to go, it looked like the Gophers had effectively clinched a clean comeback against Michigan Tech Saturday night at Mariucci Arena. As it turned out, the game was just ... More >>
Come back tomorrow.You snooze, you lose. The University of Minnesota sent out notice a few minutes ago that there are no more openings for snow shovelers at TCF Bank Stadium today. But there's always tomorrow as the Vikings struggle towards making the Bank their home against the Bears on Mon ... More >>
The Vikings need an army of snow shovelers.Looking for a break from the crappy economy? Searching for a way to make some extra bucks to put presents under the Christmas Tree? The Minnesota Vikings and the University of Minnesota need you.The Vikings are willing to pay anyone $10-$15 per hour in 6 ... More >>
BW3s is back at the U!After a decade-long absence, Buffalo Wild Wings will return to its rightful home: a spot on the U of M campus. In the mid-1990s, when the franchise was still known as BW3s--the original name was Buffalo Wild Wings & Weck--the Ohio-founded business had one lone location ... More >>
President Robert Bruininks plans to recommend that alcohol be banned at the on-campus stadium as well as all other campus sports arenas.
The Vikings blew it; the Gophers got axed, the Twins lost Neshek for all of next season, the T-wolves losing streak hits EIGHT. Thank god for the Wild.
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After nearly 10 rocky years on the job, UM Women's Athletic Director Chris Voelz finally has plenty to smile about.
Twenty-five years after the passage of Title IX, a Supreme Court decision may have finally convinced the University of Minnesota to beef up its women's athletic program.