Adanna Rollins initially wasn’t sure what to expect as a U of M freshman volleyball player other than the quick necessity for her game to reach college-level shape.
The office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action at the U of M refuses to answer these questions: How many of the 1000 rapes reported over the past six years were reviewed (their office does not review and investigate every rape allegation), and reviewed in the same aggressive manner as the case with the 10 […]
Nearly 30 new University of Minnesota graduate students are finishing a seven-week orientation program to better acclimate them to campus before their classes start this fall. “It is a boot camp,” says Dr. Noro Andriamanalina, director of academic and professional development for the school’s Office for Diversity in Graduate Education. Andriamanalina, also director of the […]
On June 10 the University of Minnesota Board of Regents voted to honor the late Minneapolis-born musical icon Prince with an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from the College of Liberal Arts. The U of M was reportedly in the process of honoring Prince prior to his passing April 16, 2016. Members of his family will be presented with the honor at a […]
Natasha Moore plans to graduate from the University of Minnesota this December with her African American Studies degree. She is considering attending graduate school, possibly somewhere down South, her years at the U of M not what she’d hoped for when she was recruited.
Last year, an independent review found that University of Minnesota athletics did not have a “sexual harassment climate.” But is there a racist climate in U of M athletics? A former Black female track athlete believes so, and she says that school officials aren’t taking it very seriously.