U.S. District Court Judge Donovan Frank today dismissed a lawsuit filed by the Turkish Coalition of America against the University of Minnesota. The lawsuit arose from materials posted on the university's Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (CHGS) website.
Communications professor Edward Schiappa, who teaches a graduate course on pop culture at the University of Minnesota, says the video is remarkable--not because of its own value, but because it has become the subject of intense criticism.
Howard Oransky is a man with a strong resume in both art and education. And so he seems a fitting choice to lead the University of Minnesota's Katherine E. Nash Gallery.
U of M geography professor Scott St. George says that while weather plays a role, the region's geological setting is the underlying cause of such severe flooding.
The University of Minnesota Debate Team will host a debate, "Is Public Funding for a New Vikings Stadium Justified?," at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 30 at Willey Hall, room 125/175, 225 19th Ave. S., Minneapolis.
Jewish studies professor Bernard Levinson weighs in the role of divine retribution in the Holocaust and the biblical flood.
Meïr Waintrater, French journalist and editor-in-chief of L'Arche, the premier magazine of the Jewish community in France, will present "'You, Zionist!' Uses and Misuses of the Z-Word in Current Political Discourse" at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 29.
Sociology professor Teresa Swartz looked at data from surveys filled out by the study's participants between 1997 and 2005 and found it's quite common for parents to provide their post-college-age adult children with basic living expenses.
Christopher Phelan, professor of economics at the U of M, explains the ups, downs, and strategies for surviving during the economic recovery.
Launched by three recent U of M English graduates, the ambitious new print and online triannual publishes fiction, poetry, artwork, reviews and interviews with artists and writers.
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