Senior day is long over. So is a 14-year Gopher football team’s losing streak against the University of Wisconsin and being the underdog at Quick Lane Bowl game in Detroit, Michigan.
For decades, Josie Johnson has been one of Minnesota’s foremost leaders in civil rights activism. Now a new fellowship at the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs has been named in her honor.
But one doesn’t need a special occasion to enjoy the splendor of the Arboretum. And as autumn draws near, the lure of its sprawling grounds grows especially sweet with thoughts of apples, pumpkins and colorful leaves.
Our heritage has been Whitewashed At the start of fall semester, the University of Minnesota launched a new graduate program entitled Heritage Studies and Public History (HSPH). Excited to hear more about the interdisciplinary program, the MSR sat down with the program’s first students and its creators to learn what this new opportunity is all […]