Founded by English alumnae Meaghan Murphy and Jamie Millard, Paper Darts has been named by the Star Tribune as the best literary magazine for 2013.
Sociology professor Phyllis Moen has published an article reporting that women are less apt than men to be working for pay in their senior years and more likely to use the word "retired" to define themselves.
Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences professor Ben Munson discusses why we hear ourselves differently live than in a recording. Psychology professor Stephen Engel explains how we see ourselves differently in mirrors and photos.
Every year the past comes alive for 6-12th graders throughout Minnesota schools during State History Day, a remarkable partnership between the Minnesota Historical Society, the University of Minnesota, and others.
Professors Carl Flink and Ananya Chatterjea, both 2012 McKnight Choreography Fellows, have been selected to receive residencies at nationally known programs through the McKnight National Residency program.
An exhibit at the University of Minnesota's Wilson and Music Library this month is examining the role protest music has played in many different causes. As part of the exhibit, journalism professor Mark Pedelty held a teach-in on April 17th.
William Beeman explains Russia's distrust of the NATO's new plans to build an anti-missile system around Western Europe.
After 13 years in administration, the CLA Dean James Parente is rejoining the Dept. of German, Scandinavian and Dutch to return to teaching.
University students Jordan Werre and Jason Gades are both double majors in music and math. They have created computer-generated compositions to play through the First Congregational Church's carillon speakers during the festival.
CLA students Gus Gleiter and Kenneth Eban and other members of Students for Education Reform will give local ninth graders a taste of life at the University of Minnesota as part of their efforts to combat the educational achievement gap.
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