It shouldn’t be this hard. Other students will face the same obstacles I did because they choose to work a higher-paying service job or, God forbid, an unpaid internship.
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What ever happened to the Republican Party founded by Abraham Lincoln?
While you’re perched on a stool, the intimate atmosphere at Mickey’s Diner and Al’s Breakfast adds flavor to your meal that transcends any spice rack. But you can be sure that tiny diners will be the last businesses to open back up after a pandemic.
Social media platforms have an ethical responsibility to protect their users from content that promotes falsehood, hate speech and the incitement to violence.
The pipeline being built is a larger pipeline along a new route. That’s no replacement project. (You replace a lightbulb with another lightbulb, not a floodlight.)
The U.S. headquarters of the Canadian Pacific has been in Minneapolis for 120 years, after a merger with the locally grown Soo Line.
The ability of 41% of the Senate to stop any bill from coming to a vote simply because they oppose it is deeply undemocratic and unrepublican (using those terms in their nonpartisan sense).
This moment calls for a new way to understand student success.
The Combating-Hate bill, HF 1691, would close loopholes that misclassify hate acts and allow victims to report hate incidents to non-law-enforcement entities.
The hard truth is no matter where we live or what school she attends, we can’t shield our daughter from racism or anti-immigrant rhetoric.
Since not everyone is on board with being vaccinated, it’s become necessary to find ways to reach recalcitrant Americans.
Candidate Joe Biden promised that, if elected, his first nomination for a vacancy on that court would be a Black woman jurist, the first of her kind on that bench.
My basic reaction to Joe Biden’s first formal press conference as president was that he did fine, came across as decent, coherent, reasonably progressive, and someone who knows his own mind and values.
The city and the state need to take action to rethink law enforcement’s purpose, training, protocols, oversight and governance. Now is the time.
We have the ability and resources to be bold. We can offer quality care and learning to our youngest children and improve the poor working conditions for those who care for them.
The former Minnesota congresswoman led a seven-hour livestream event to rally the troops who still contend that the Trump won reelection fair and square.
Dubbed the Towerside district, the triangle of land along the BNSF rail yard between the Surly Brewery, the University of Minnesota and Minneapolis’ Prospect Park neighborhood might soon be one of the most energy efficient communities in the state.
Also on trial is an important question: Can anti-police-brutality activists be more effective in ending the practice of the police killing unarmed civilians with impunity by becoming part of the “system of criminal justice”?
Now more than ever, communication via telephone is vital. During the coronavirus pandemic, in-person visitation is often restricted.
In states that have a Republican governor and a Republican-controlled legislature, the measures to make voting harder are thriving.