The Duo Gelland, internationally renowned Swedish violin duo, will perform the music of James Dillon and Luigi Nono at a free concert at the Weisman Art Museum. More information is available on the School of Music website.
CLA undergraduate Ellie Lijewski will be part of a research team examining how adolescents process and interpret anti-drug ads.
U of M economics professor V.V. Chari weighs in on the government bailout policy.
This week, Wednesday through Sunday, for the first time, the department will host the North Central Regional American College Dance Festival (ACDFA) Conference.
Nine students chosen to perform with prestigious dance company on Northrop stage March 19.
The Frank Premack Public Affairs Journalism Award competition is one of Minnesota's most coveted and celebrated journalism honors.
Anthropologist Kieran McNulty studied how shrinking made Indonesian 'hobbit' fossils look deceptively like modern humans.
New Regents Professor Madelon Sprengnether writes about the mind.
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