According to UMD’s Campus Climate Survey results from Sep. 2016, UMD students who have experienced sexual assault have largely felt uncomfortable reporting it and/or were unsure of who to report it to other than the police.
A petition was started to save UMD’s Land Lab in the fall semester. The College of Liberal Arts was considering a number of departments in the budget cuts, and closing UMD’s Land Lab was one of the most likely possibilities.
Many students are living on their own for the first time while attending college, and personal safety can become more important of an issue than it may have been previously.
Having a sense of security when living independently can impact a student’s experience in school.
UMDPD Sergeant Chris Shovein discussed the pros and cons of popular safety accessories and ranked them in the order of effectiveness and practicality for college students.
Senior Defensive Back Kegan Wirtz has been proving his abilities on the football field since the 2014 season where he saw playing time in all fourteen games, both regular and postseason, after sitting out his first year as a red shirt
The University of Minnesota Duluth Women’s tennis team had its most successful season in 4 years. With success comes new opportunity. That is what the team has here in competing in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Tournament, something they have not been able to do the previous three years.
An eerie and intriguing ambiguity hangs like a fog over the first moments of the film. Sadly, this is about as interesting as the film gets for the first hour and fifteen minutes of its hour and forty minute runtime.
As you may or not know, April 22nd is Earth Day. Earth Day is a worldwide day to demonstrate support for the environmental protection of our precious home. Many people feel that just one day is not enough and celebrate the whole month of April as Earth Month. This is a great time to go the extra mile when it comes to sustainability, eco-friendliness and just overall appreciation of what our Earth has to offer.
I was slapped in the face with photos of cows hanging by their hind legs. Throats slit with their blood-soaked tongues dangling out of their mouths. Photos of pigs with their eyes full of fear, huddled into the corner of cement walls. A man pointing a gun directly at these innocent beings. Photos of abnormally large-breasted hens so tightly cramped in cages, they weren’t able to turn around, let alone spread their wings.