Jerry Kill is not Tubby Smith.Back on September 25, Jerry Kill and his Northern Illinois Huskies handed the Gophers their third straight home loss of the season. Now Kill is coming back to try and give Minnesota a hand out of the ditch. The university will officially announce its way-off-the ... More >>
Eric KalerIt's tempting to think that there must be a course on language torture at the University of Minnesota. How else could it get away with naming Eric Kaler as the only "finalist" being considered for president of the university, while not actually naming his president? Turns out there ... More >>
Graduate students at the University of Minnesota are protesting the student fees they pay, arguing that they are underpaid workers.
The doctors caught the cancer early and expect a full recovery.
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President Robert Bruininks plans to recommend that alcohol be banned at the on-campus stadium as well as all other campus sports arenas.
The U must figure out how to manage a $177 million cut in state funding in the next two years.
If you want to drink booze at the new University of Minnesota football stadium on campus, you'll have to be privileged, says University President Robert Bruininks.
Or Guap. Or whatever it takes to make a 1,000 bike fleet available to the public.
A hiring freeze is a hiring freeze as far as we are concerned. But of course calling it a "pause" is so much more relaxing, ... More >>
On the eve of a new school year, a historic strike threatens to throw the U of M into chaos
Woman's lawsuit claims curdled cream gave her the McRuns..
The other bad stadium deal
Biologist and blogger PZ Myers speaks out on the war on science, intelligent design, and the sexual habits of giant squid
Approximately 300 students, faculty members, and local politicos rallied outside of Northrop Plaza yesterday afternoon to protest the University of Minnesota's recommendation to dismantle the school's General College. U of M President Robert Bruininks is determined to turn the U into a top research ... More >>
Pawlenty helps revive campaigns for new stadiums