English professor John Watkins answered WCCO-TV's "Good Question" on why people keep predicting the end of the world.
CLA's Mark Snyder comments on study that demonstrates that the phenomenon of Minnesota Nice is real.
Keith Mayes, Associate Professor of African American & African Studies at the University of Minnesota, talks about the importance of Kwanzaa in the African community.
The journalism school director Al Tims, class instructor Camille LeFevre and students enrolled in the course discuss the new app creation class.
Last week, in an official kick-off for the building's year-long 10th-anniversary celebration, Regis opened "Minnesota Funk," a group exhibition that aimed to sample the "groovy, funky side of Minnesota culture" showcasing many artists including professors Chris Larson and Jenny Schmid.
The University of Minnesota Office for Equity and Diversity is working to expand conversations about diversity on campus by launching a new online forum. Louis Mendoza, OED associate vice provost and Chicano studies professor discusses the plan.
Ascan Koerner, an associate professor of communication studies at the University of Minnesota, says researchers are still exploring what effect different modes of communication -- often yielding more constant contact --may have on relationships.
Founding director of the Heller-Hurwicz Economics Institute and economics professor V.V. Chari discusses the economics behind the Minnesota Orchestra lockout.
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