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2 hrs ago | KIMT
Waking up later instead of so early to go to school and now one area study is showing having students come in late is beneficial in many ways.
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4 hrs ago | TwinCities
A federal grand jury in Louisiana has indicted a University of Minnesota professor for allegedly enticing a 15-year-old girl to send him nude photos of herself.
8 hrs ago | The City Wire
Arvest Bank in Fayetteville is pleased to announce that Mike Malone, the President and CEO of the Northwest Arkansas Council, has joined the bank's board of directors.
12 hrs ago | Twin Cities Daily Planet
A construction worker in a cherry-picker works on the new student housing apartment complex being built by Weis Builders in Prospect Park on Tuesday afternoon.
It's 1946 and Alice Horowitz, coffee-bearing secretary, wants life to be interesting.
Three and a half years ago, Walter Mondale, then honorary consul general of the local Norwegian consulate, co-authored a letter to the Norwegian ambassador declaring that the pay differential between a woman and a man at the consulate was "too large unjust and embarrassing."
Sleeping in is benefiting high school students according to a new study released by the University of Minnesota.
A new study has found that women who develop gestational diabetes during their pregnancy are at increased for atherosclerosis A new study has found that women who develop gestational diabetes during their pregnancy are at increased for atherosclerosis .
Is there one policy change that would help teens to improve their performance in school, in cars, and maybe in life? According to many experts, we just need to let them sleep in .
Join us in exploring memoir writing techniques. We'll discuss examples, complete writing exercises and wrangle the stories of our lives on to the page.
A new study found that when high schools switch to a later start time, there is an improvement in student grades, attendance and overall student health.
The 2014 Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research is awarded to Professor Shaker Zahra, Professor of Strategy and Robert E. Buuck Chair of Entrepreneurship at the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota.
A proposal has surfaced at the state Capitol this session to diversify campuses, close the achievement gap and make Minnesota colleges more accessible for low-income students, but it isn't gaining traction.
In the wake of deaths, lawsuits and a flood of negative press nationwide, Sigma Alpha Epsilon is doing away with the practice at its 240 chapters nationwide.
A University of Minnesota Neuroscience professor arrested and accused of a sex crime with a minor will remain in federal custody.
Minneapolis City Council members and University administrators say that increasing the University's involvement could benefit neighborhood areas, but some city leaders caution that there are boundaries the University needs to respect.
High schools that start later in the morning may be doing their students a world of good, according to a new study released by the University of Minnesota.