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Trump uses 'Pocahontas' as a slur. Here's her sad history.
As Mega Millions reaches all-time high, Duluthians test their odds
Infrastructure forum brakes in Duluth
Migrant caravan swells to more than 5,000 as group marches toward US
From war in the jungles of Laos to Frogtown: Minn. dentist, business leader Kou Vang tells his story
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Lakehead Constructors plans move to waterfront
Taco-arcade-bar planned for Lincoln Park
Your clothes could be made in the USA again
Bankruptcies for Oct. 4-16
Apps will tell you what's really in your makeup
Place a Business Announcement
Mahomes tosses 4 TD passes as Chiefs blast Bengals
Vikings QB Cousins keeps fumble streak alive, but this one worked out OK
Ibrahimovic leads Galaxy past Minnesota, near playoffs
United pulls out stops for a well-attended farewell at TCF Bank Stadium
Vikings' Adam Thielen ties NFL record, and Charlie Hennigan's family celebrates
Beverly Godfrey column: Sorta-scary movies for your tween to teen party
Book review: 'Herlands' provides detailed account of lands populated by women
Heartland Indie Best-sellers
Readings & Writers
Ask a Master Gardener: Using lawn chemicals wisely a balancing act
Jake & Ann Bok Happy 75th Anniversary!
Rodger & Eileen (Altonen) Mattson
Ronald & Shirley Nylund
Adeline Regina Sorlie
Peter I. Hinkkanen
Brian J. Grott
Adam Kyle Tessin
Rolanda Jean "Lana" Johnson
Our View / Endorsement: Walz the leader needed for Minnesota
Statewide View: Without funding for research, how can sulfide mining be permitted?
Steve Lindstrom cartoon: Storm damage
Commentary: Let's talk manpower
National View: In Saudi Arabia, Trump has irreconcilable realities
Losing Hides for Habitat would have been a shame
West Nile testing may bring answers about grouse
Minnesota bear harvest down from '17
Weber column: Late-season mushrooms respond to rains
Houston column: Steelhead and muskies still biting
RecSports for Oct. 21, 2018
Grandma's Brag Book
October 11, 2018
Nonresident drop of 26 percent at University of Minnesota forces slowdown in price increases
MINNEAPOLIS—A 26 percent drop in new nonresident students this fall has University of Minnesota leaders pulling back on plans to aggressively...
October 11, 2018 - 10:23pm
October 10, 2018
Minnesota college's undergrad enrollment keeps dropping, but there's a silver lining
MOORHEAD, Minn. — Undergraduate enrollment at Minnesota State University Moorhead has reached a low point not seen since at least 2000,...
October 10, 2018 - 9:47pm
October 1, 2018
Applications sought for U of M board of regents
MINNEAPOLIS — Applications are being accepted for four positions on the University of Minnesota Board of Regents next year. The positions to be filled include one student at-large position, two at-large positions, and one from the Fifth Congressional district position. The application...
October 1, 2018 - 10:09pm
September 13, 2018
U of M plans to ask Legislature for $87M increase
MINNEAPOLIS — University of Minnesota leaders plan to ask the Legislature for an additional $87 million next biennium with no promises for how they'll spend it. That would represent a 6.7 percent increase to the two-year, $1.3 billion base appropriation the U regularly gets...
September 13, 2018 - 9:35pm
August 19, 2018
Cost of class: Tuition rates in N.D. cheaper than Minnesota
Finding a college that fits a student's wants and needs can be hard enough for families across the United States, but finding one at the right...
August 19, 2018 - 8:13am
July 28, 2018
Central Minnesota professors author free textbook
WILLMAR, Minn. – Four central Minnesota professors have found a way to help their students spend a little less – they’ve written a free...
July 28, 2018 - 8:20am
June 20, 2018
Minnesota State to study leaving downtown St. Paul offices
ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota State higher education system will explore moving its 300 administrative workers out of downtown St. Paul in 2022. It costs the system around $2.5 million a year to lease 89,000 square feet inside Wells Fargo Place for the chancellor, system office divisions,...
June 20, 2018 - 10:55pm
June 14, 2018
'Testing is not the be-all and the end-all': University of Chicago eliminates SAT/ACT requirement
The University of Chicago will no longer require ACT or SAT scores from U.S. students, sending a jolt through elite institutions of higher education...
June 14, 2018 - 8:00am
Trump administration undermined student debt relief unit while claims mounted, watchdog finds
As thousands of applications for student debt forgiveness poured into the U.S. Education Department, the Trump administration cut the staff working on the claims and ordered a halt to an overhaul of the system, according to the agency's inspector general. The result: Claims lingered...
June 14, 2018 - 7:50am
May 26, 2018
USC's president agrees to step down amid growing outrage over scandals
The president of the University of Southern California agreed to step down, the school's board of trustees announced Friday night, amid growing...
May 26, 2018 - 11:25am
May 21, 2018
Pilot-hungry airlines are raiding flight schools - creating a shortage of instructors to train the next generation
Airlines' insatiable demand for pilots threatens to sabotage flight schools' ability to train new ones. Carriers are raising wages and hoarding...
May 21, 2018 - 3:15pm
May 15, 2018
Achievement gap widens at Minnesota State's 7 universities
ST. PAUL—Achievement gaps between whites and students of color are closing somewhat at Minnesota State two-year colleges but growing at the system's seven universities. Over the past four years, the 30 colleges saw broad improvement in their three-year completion rates. Fifty-eight...
May 15, 2018 - 7:43pm
May 12, 2018
The cost of innovation: Will efforts to help UWS thrive hurt its mission?
The University of Wisconsin-Superior shocked students, employees and alumni last fall with the suspension of more than two dozen academic programs....
May 12, 2018 - 10:17pm
May 10, 2018
University of Minnesota law school subsidy soars as applications drop
ST. PAUL—Still suffering from a steep drop in student applications, the University of Minnesota School of Law says it can't balance its budget without even more help from the rest of the university. Since 2012-13, the U has given the law school $39.9 million to cover budget...
May 10, 2018 - 7:34pm
May 7, 2018
Commentary: The financial forecast for colleges is gloomy - how can they weather the storm?
As another academic year winds down on campuses nationwide, the news about the financial underpinning of colleges and universities keeps getting worse. Two studies out in the past week show that key revenue sources at public and private universities continue to shrink without any...
May 7, 2018 - 11:16am