A study by economist Fatih Guvenen is dissected to explain the composition of the top 1 percent and the implications toward women.
Bob Dylan's music in a recital hall? By a jazz big band? At the university from which Dylan dropped out? Yes, yes, and yes.
Julia Bogorad-Kogan of the School of Music writes an entertaining piece about her experience with music and her take on the overlooked role of the flute in orchestras.
Admirers from around the world celebrated what would have been John Berryman's 100th birthday.
University of Minnesota Department of Theatre Arts and Dance's production of "Working" invites viewers to question: occupation or avocation?
English professor Peter Campion is interviewed. The department is reflecting on Berryman's work as part of a celebration of the poet's 100th birthday.
Professor August Nimtz writes about the history of Ebola in Africa.
In a speech at the U Wednesday night, CLA Dean John Coleman described a new "road map" for the College of Liberal Arts that will be unveiled this week, emphasizing the practical side of a liberal arts education.
A conference this week celebrates the birth of former U professor and Pulitzer Prize winner John Berryman. Poet and English professor Peter Campion comments.
Are prison guards feeling chastised for a system with too much incarceration? Josh Page, sociology, explains their silence on a new prisoner-release proposal.
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