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In the News 2015

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MAR

 

Mar 28 "Local Event Focuses on Health and Financial Freedom The 6th annual Northland Community Wellness day kicked off inside UMD's Romano gymnasium. --- Fox 21 --- Northland's News Center
Mar 27 "Arrowhead Chorale Teams Up with Local Singers for 'St. Matthew Passion' That talent is coming from a wide variety of Northland groups, including the UMD University Singers. --- WDIO
Mar 26 "UMD Clinic helps stroke survivors with speech therapy A unique clinic at UMD is providing assessments and therapy for people with communication difficulties. --- Northlands News Center

 

Mar 24

"As mining industry watches, MPCA announce new approach for protecting wild waters John Pastor, a University of Minnesota Duluth biologist, helped develop the new approach. --- StarTribune
Mar 24 "Range lawmakers welcome proposed wild rice protections; key scientist calls plan indefensible John Pastor of the University of Minnesota Duluth, calls the MPCA's equation "scientifically indefensible.". --- StarTribune
Mar 24 "Twin Ports campuses celebrate World Water Week At the University of Minnesota Duluth on Tuesday, students took a simple water test. --- Northlans News Center
Mar 24 "U campus adds GLBT minor The University of Minnesota-Duluth is introducing a new gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender studies minor. --- Minnesota Daily
Mar 23 "Northland Campuses Celebrate World Water Week UMD will be hosting a water fair at the Kirby Bus Hub Tuesday morning from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. --- Fox 21
Mar 12 "Racism still at large in Duluth, say community leaders" Community Activist and senior at the UMD Classie Dudley said "The key to breaking down racism and stereotypes is education". --- Northlands News Center
Mar 11 "UMD puts modern twist on 1,000-year-old plays" “Detestable Madness,” performed at UMD's Dudley Experimental Theatre, combines “Callimachus” and “Sapientia” by 10th-century playwright Hrotsvit of Gandersheim.. --- Duluth News Tribune
Mar 11 "Hip-hop, rap acts to perform at UMD" Hip-hop and rap artists make the lineup of 2015's Springfest concert at the DECC. --- Duluth News Tribune
Mar 10 "UMD to offer gender inclusive housing" Starting next year, students will have the option to live with a member of the opposite gender or someone who doesn't traditionally identify as male or female. --- Northlands News Center --- FOX 21 News
Mar 10 "Title: UMD's Clean Snowmobile Team is Top Innovator" For the second year in a row, UMD's team has won the Innovation Award and were recognized with the Best Manufacturability Award. --- Northlands News Center
Mar 10 "Rep. Rick Nolan visits UMD, continues push to end "dark money" in campaigns" Nolan spoke with the UMD political polarization class on Tuesday afternoon. --- Northlands News Center
Mar 10 "Eh UMD Snowmobile Team Most Innovative" UMD Clean Snowmobile Team Cleans House at international competition. --- Duluth News Tribune
Mar 8 "Learning innovations a priority at UMD" University of Minnesota Duluth's Swenson College of Science and Engineering faculty recently received three grants for learning innovation. --- Duluth News Tribune
Mar 5 "Trumpeter's Duluth concert canceled due to NYC weather" The Tom Harrell concert, part of UMD's 42nd annual Head of the Lakes Jazz Festival, is off and has not been rescheduled. --- Duluth News Tribune
Mar 5 "UMD to provide LGBTQ minor for students " UMD faculty members in gender and sexuality studies spent two years developing the minor. --- Northlands News Center
FEB

 

Feb 27 "UMD researcher sorts out climate variability from climate change" Research by a University of Minnesota Duluth professor points to a likely cause of the warming planet. --- Pioneer Press Twin Cities --- WDIO
Feb 27 ""The global warming slowdown is real — but that’s no reason to question climate science" SCSE's Byron Steinman is the lead author of a scientific paper of global significance. --- The Washington Post --- The LA Times --- MPR News
Feb 26 "First Collection of Shakespeare's Plays Coming to UMD" The First Folio is the first collected edition of Shakespeare's plays. --- WDIO --- The Washington Post
Feb 26 "UMD presents ‘Shakespeare in Death’" UMD will perform a quick-hit performance featuring a visiting French artist. --- Duluth News Tribune
Feb 26 "UMD's clean snowmobile team prepares for international competition" The challenge is an international competition made up of fifteen teams, with some coming from as far away as Sweden and Finland. --- Northlands News Center
Feb 25 ""Students vie for best toothpick bridges at Duluth event’" SCSE hosted the 22nd Toothpick Bridge Building Contest Wednesday. --- Duluth News Tribune
Feb 24 ""Student Gives Old UMD Lounge a Big Makeover" A student lounge at the University of Minnesota Duluth that was due for a much needed makeover was unveiled Tuesday morning. --- FOX 21 KQDS
Feb 24 ""Diversity summit at UMD: From detained to Duluth" A day of diversity culminates in with keynote speaker journalist Roxana Saberi. --- Duluth News Tribune --- Northlands News Center
Feb 20 ""American Indians' autopsy protests lead to a teachable moment" Tribal advocates urge public officials to honor Indian religious traditions. --- Minneapolis Star Tribune
Feb 20 ""Love Your Melon" Donation Event" Last November, a group of 6 students at UMD formed their own crew. --- Fox 21 --- Duluth News Tribune
Feb 19 "UMD Leaders Working on Ways to Address Budget Deficit" Leaders and staff from UMD are working on ways to reduce the university's $6 million deficit. --- WDIO
Feb 19 "Medical students talk autopsy issues and Native American tradition" UMD medical students discuss sensitive issues of cultural beliefs applied to medical practice. --- Grand Forks Herald
Feb 9 "Council approves more money for Glensheen" Duluth City Council approved sending $50,000 from tourism tax collections to the University of Minnesota to help support the local tourist attraction this year. --- Duluth News Tribune
Feb 5 "City Set to Approve Glensheen Funding" The city of Duluth is set to approve $100,000 worth of funds to make repairs at Glensheen. --- Fox 21
Feb 3 "UMD Engineering students work with local businesses" UMD students work towards long–term sustainability with Lincoln Park businesses. --- Northlands News Center
Feb 3 "WEB EXTRA: The Bakken Shift" UMD graduate Jason Reid discusses a shift in lifestyle in the Bakken Oil Fields. --- Northlands News Center
Feb 3 "UMD Students Benefit from Sustainable Classroom" UMD students hear the sounds of nature during class in the Bagley Nature Area. --- FOX 21 KQDS
Feb 3 "UMD to trim $6 million this year and next" The University of Minnesota Duluth plans to eliminate its remaining budget deficit in the next two years. --- Duluth News Tribune
Feb 3 "Northland Uncovered: Bagley Outdoor Classroom" In this week's Northland Uncovered, we look at a unique classroom available to UMD students. --- Fox 21
JAN

 

Jan 27 "UMD Theater Students Act Out Children's Book" UMD theater students are brightening up the days of kids around Duluth. --- Fox 21
Jan 17 "Making a good cup of joe, plus fertilizer and soap, from a coffee bean" The new products have caught the attention of the University of Minnesota Duluth. --- Star Tribune
Jan 14 "Your Green Life: Recycling for Research" Eleva Potter, a Research Assistant at UMD, recycles paper to turn a profit to fund other sustainable projects. --- Northlands News Center
Jan 13 "Wayzata theater company helps young actors reach for the stars" UMD student returned to youth based theater in Wayzata to act as stage manager, actor, and set designer over winter break. --- Star Tribune
Jan 13 "New book details Duluth/Superior street car system" UMD library's historic archives aid in the production of a new book about Duluth's streetcars. --- Great Lakes Echo
Jan 11 "Duluth-based Citon Computer expands its market reach with purchase" Duluth-based computer company, founded by UMD alumni, expands. --- Duluth News Tribune
Jan 10 "The Graduates hope for jam-packed summer of gigs after finishing the school year" UMD student hopes to continue performing with his younger band, The Graduates. --- Star Tribune
Jan 9 "A Family Affair: Ex-spouses pen children’s book in honor of their daughter" Divorced parents of UMD student Zoe LaTour co-write children's book. --- Duluth News Tribune
Jan 7 "Former state economic development chief Phillips named IRRRB commissioner" Governor Mark Dayton appoints Mark Philips as IRRRB commissioner. --- Duluth News Tribune
Jan 5 "Grandma's Marathon, UMD Team Up for Saturday Morning at the Races" Grandma's Marathon and UMD Athletics team up to hold youth races for fundraising. --- WDIO
Jan 4 "Speech therapist's accident helps him relate to patients" UMD graduate Josh Sorvik empathizes with rehabilitation patients. --- Crescent-News
Jan 3 "Northland High School students learn valuable skills through FIRST Robotic program" UMD engineering student Kirsi Kuutti involved in FIRST robotics team. --- Northlands News Center
Jan 2 "Threatened golden-winged warbler finds oasis near Grand Rapids" The future for this species is uncertain as it is called the "greatest conservation need" in MN. --- Northlands News Center
Jan 2 "Artist Spaces: Step into her realm" UMD art and design dept. staff Alison Aune is one of few members who have studio space in downtown Garrick Building. --- Duluth News Tribune
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