Gay athletes are finally coming out, but Chris Kluwe's fight isn't over
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The Williams Institute, a think tank at UCLA's law school, is trying to quantify the impact of same-sex marriage in terms that everyone can understand: Money. According to the institute's latest study, a marriage equality law would give Minnesota's economy a lift to the tune of $45 million in the fi ... More >>
SEE ALSO:-- Todd Akin's "legitimate rape" belief likely stems from University of Minnesota paper-- University of Minnesota graduate student defends controversial hamster sex drive studyA new study co-authored by Vlad Griskevicius, a psychology professor at the U of M's Carlson's School of Management ... More >>
Photos by Nick WosikaPearl Jam September 3, 2011 Alpine Valley Music Theater Pearl Jam kind of painted themselves into a corner with this one. The band that rose from the ashes of Mother Love Bone spent their first few years as the biggest band on the planet (their sophomore release Vs. broke re ... More >>
Eight important local LGBT leaders
Photos by Steve CohenPixiesApril 24, 2011Roy Wilkins Auditorium, St. PaulThe career arc of the Pixies has been fascinating, to say the least. The seminal band formed, recorded, a toured to modest acclaim and then broke up, only to see their legacy grow exponentially in the years following their d ... More >>
Last month, we reported on a bizarre story of Bob Dylan impersonation that left a Massachusetts pizza joint stiffed on an order for 178 pizzas. An unidentified man purported to be a member of Dylan's touring crew, ordered $4,000 worth of pizzas, kept the staff up until 5:30 a.m. filling his order ... More >>
but if you had heard of it, you'd really enjoy reading it, which is why this unusual book review, Rain Taxi, continues to exist against what truly are the longest of odds
Without lesbian players and fans, there might be no women's pro basketball. But tell that to the WNBA.
If the University of Minnesota is going to treat graduate school as a job, then teaching assistants say they deserve to be treated as well as employees.