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St. Thomas Athletic Director Phil Esten said all options are open, from finding another Division III conference to moving up to Division II.
The Forum on Workplace Inclusion, which opens Tuesday, draws an estimated 1,300 participants representing 300 organizations in 40 U.S. states and over a dozen countries.
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Saturday’s game will be the first ever meeting of the rivals in the NCAA Division III playoffs, and it will feature some of the best — and biggest — small-college players in the country.
Compared to the University of Minnesota, other schools in the metro have a long way to go.
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The newer high-end “luxury” housing is a far cry from the “Animal House” image of students living in squalor.
At a state Senate hearing on Tuesday, U of M officials and representatives from schools across the metro testified to an uptick in campus-area crime.
Football coach Gary Fasching, who replaced legendary John Gagliardi, believes his team can compete against the likes of arch-rival St. Thomas.
On Thursday, Supt. Bernadeia Johnson will be supping and kibitzing with district families at one of her favorite events, “Soup with the Supe.”
Several schools scramble to develop new programs and make other radical changes.
Minnesota is helping produce an educated workforce and democratic institutions and practices in African countries.
The Richard Schulze brand is strong at the University of St. Thomas, making it the perfect venue for learning ethics and corporate governance lessons.
Tonight, Minneapolis Public Schools hopes you will attend a community screening of “Boys of Baraka” at the Parkway Theater.