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2 hrs ago | City Pages
New statistics released by the Minnesota Department of Health indicate both the state's chlamydia rate and the raw number of reported cases has never been higher than it was last year.
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3 hrs ago | National Review Online
Some are calling on campus police to bring Rice in for questioning. The former secretary of state and national security advisor is supposed to take part in a lecture series about civil rights - a task for which Rice, the daughter of middle-class Alabama schoolteachers who went on to graduate from college at age 19 and rise to the highest levels of ... (more)
4 hrs ago | Common Dreams
Community members in Chicago protest the coal-powered Fisk Generating Station in 2012.
5 hrs ago | Free Republic
Self-proclaimed 'radical' students at the University of Minnesota are demanding that campus police arrest Condoleezza Rice when she visits campus for a guest lecture tomorrow.
9 hrs ago | Newswise
DAVIE, Fla. - Nova Southeastern University President George L. Hanbury II, Ph.D., has announced the appointment of Jon Garon, J.D., as dean of the Shepard Broad Law Center.
Anne Winkler-Morey is as an adjunct professor at Metropolitan State University in St. Paul, Minn., a job for which she'll earn $17,000 this year.
The apartment complex The Bridges is under construction at University and 10th avenues southeast and is set to open this fall.
Michael Conley Juberian, 22, is an Augsburg College student and is now facing two charges, including second-degree rioting with a dangerous weapon and fourth-degree assault of a peace officer.
Studies dating back to the 1970s have pointed to a consistent pattern in who lives near the kinds of hazards -- toxic waste sites , landfills , congested highways -- that few of us would willingly chose as neighbors.
The U.S. Census Bureau will change its annual survey to include a "total revision to health insurance questions," essentially making it all but impossible to track Obamacare's successes and failures in its next report, the New York Times reported Tuesday.
Volunteer Lynne Parks of the group Lights Out Baltimore holds a dead ovenbird believed to have died when it flew into a Baltimore, Md., building.
April 17 Hangout will provide grist for science, environmental and business journalists generating Earth Day stories and will engage the public, researchers, students and teachers On Earth Day and every day, our planet's high extinction rate begs the question: Why does humanity need the Earth's great variety of plants, animals and ... (more)
Experts across the nation are searching for plausible solutions to the defects of the nation's over-stressed and antiquated power system before severe weather season takes full rein.
University of Minnesota TCF Stadium By Randy Stern [CC-BY-2.0 ], via Wikimedia Commons MINNEAPOLIS, Minn (KFO AM -- Crews are removing the artificial turf at TCF Bank Stadium this week to prepare for the Minnesota Vikings.
The College Board - the standardized testing behemoth that develops and administers the SAT and other tests - has redesigned its flagship product again.
Kyle Price, a PhD Candidate with the Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science at the University of Minnesota, and researchers from , a business unit of Arkema, have earned the prestigious American Coatings AWARD for most outstanding technical presentation at the American Coatings Conference in Atlanta, Georgia this week.
Such attempts are as disgraceful as the behavior itself. It isn't fair to the majority of students, but all this reflects poorly on the U. A man was zip-tied by officers Saturday evening in the Dinkytown area of Minneapolis after crowds filled the streets following the Gophers' NCAA hockey loss.