Olympic gold medalist Gable Steveson has achieved his childhood dream of signing with World Wrestling Entertainment — with a twist.
The WWE announced Thursday that it has signed Steveson to a deal that will allow him to join the WWE roster and return to the University of Minnesota to defend his college heavyweight wrestling title.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. gave full approval to Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine Monday, potentially boosting public confidence in the shots and instantly opening the way for more universities, companies and local governments to make vaccinations mandatory.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The University of Minnesota System will join hundreds of colleges nationwide in requiring a COVID-19 vaccination for students and staff at its five campuses.
The mandate approved by the Board of Regents on Friday will take effect once the U.S.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The University of Minnesota shifted gears on coronavirus vaccinations on Monday, saying it would begin requiring the shots after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration fully approves vaccines.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Public colleges and universities in Minnesota will be requiring masks to be worn on campuses to help stop the spread of COVID-19 as the delta variant of the virus is surging.
The University of Minnesota said Monday that it will require all students, employees and visitors at its five campuses to wear masks indoors starting Tuesday, regardless of their vaccination status.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The University of Minnesota Board of Regents on Tuesday agreed to raise tuition for the first time in two years, over objections from some students who believe it's wrong to charge more after the COVID-19 pandemic.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Officers from the Minneapolis Police Department and the University of Minnesota will began patrolling the Dinkytown area near the university in an effort to curb violent crime, school and law enforcement authorities said Monday.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Police say five people were shot in the Dinkytown neighborhood Friday near the University of Minnesota.
The Star Tribune reports just before midnight, police responded to a call of shots fired.
MORRIS, Minn. (AP) — On the west side of the University of Minnesota-Morris campus stands an Anishinaabe grandmother, shrouded in a sacred blanket and embraced by two grandchildren...
The University of Minnesota student who was found dead in his fraternity house in September had alcohol in his system and died from accidental asphyxiation, according to the medical examiners office.
Fewer freshmen from outside the state are studying on University of Minnesotas Twin Cities campus this fall after two years of double-digit nonresident tuition hikes.
The number of new students from states that do not have reciprocity agreements with Minnesota dropped by a quarter as their tuition rate jumped 15 percent, to $28,730 a year.
David Bedford bites into 500 apples a day in peak season, so he knows a thing or two about taste and texture. And when the first out-of-state Honeycrisps started rolling into Minnesota grocery stores 15 years ago, he noticed a problem.
Police are investigating the death of a student found Wednesday morning in a University of Minnesota fraternity house near the St. Paul campus.
Police spokesman Steve Linders said authorities do not believe any foul play was involved, nor do they believe it was caused by hazing or initiation practices.
The 2018 college football season started the way last season ended - with big performances from true freshmen...
Earlier this year the Gophers athletic department moved into its new $166 million home. The annual athletic budget stands at $121 million, fueled by a whopping $51 million in Big Ten conference distribution.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — In 1957, Ancel Keys and a team of researchers embarked on an ambitious, global mission to reverse the heart attack epidemic through studying diet.
The University of Minnesota academic and his team traveled the world, from Japan to the Netherlands, testing men's physical performance and collecting information about their diets.
The University of Minnesota has won a highly competitive $42 million biomedical research grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), one of the two biggest federal grants the U has ever received.
She held no notes. She used few slides. But once Jane Goodall stepped onstage at Northrop auditorium Friday night, it was clear she carried a message summoned easily from memory.
Lake Minnetonka’s western bays were frozen solid. Just off the shore in Cooks Bay, garbage trucks could safely drive right above the icy water.
This isn’t the logical time to study a lake. But for a team led by University of Minnesota-Duluth researchers, that was the point: They want to know how shortening winters — and less ice cover on lakes — may increase the presence of harmful algae blooms and impact the fishery.
Dr. Patricia Simmons is resigning from the University of Minnesota Board of Regents, three years before her term was to expire.
Simmons, a retired Mayo Clinic physician, has served on the board for 15 years.
University of Minnesota officials on Friday denied claims that they were suppressing conservative speech by relegating firebrand columnist Ben Shapiros upcoming lecture to the St. Paul campus and disputed allegations that the school operates under a political double standard.
Starting in January, all University of Minnesota employees will be required for the first time to report incidents of sexual harassment directed at students.
The mandate is part of a new policy on sexual assault and harassment that was approved Friday by the board of regents.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Students at the University of Minnesota have created a task force that will develop new strategies to combat sexual assault on campus.
The task force formed by the Minnesota Student Association will hold its first meeting in early November, Minnesota Daily reported .
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Doctors say 3-D imaging technology developed at the University of Minnesota was a key element in a recent surgery to separate conjoined twins...
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Minnesota university is starting a new minor program in sexual health for public health graduate students this fall...
MINNEAPOLIS — Authorities say a bus driver accused of driving erratically while taking special-needs children to a suburban Twin Cities school might have been high on drugs.
A witness called police about the bus driver having difficulty staying on the road after dropping off seven students Wednesday morning at North Education Center Academy in New Hope.