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Homecoming football trivia

The Mardi Gras Homecoming button from 1941.

As the University of Minnesota celebrates its 102nd homecoming, here is some homecoming-related football trivia.

U of M celebrates Homecoming week with “Gopher Glory”

Homecoming

This year’s theme, “Gopher Glory” celebrates school spirit by allowing students to share their Gopher pride.

A game changer

Nic VanMeerten

Doctoral student Nic VanMeerten explores using video games for the greater good.

To break down stereotypes about librarians

André  Nault

André Nault is not only a U librarian, he’s also an adjunct professor and an advocate for reducing students’ debt.

Student entrepreneurs go big

Eric Sannerud stands amidst hops.

A U of M student start-up is on the verge of becoming Minnesota’s largest grower of hops.

Xcel-ent for butterflies

Purple, yellow, and green vegetation by a lake.

Thanks to a keen-eyed U student, butterflies will soon find plenty of food next to Xcel Energy substations.

Tuition relief for middle-class families

Students walk along Northrop Mall.

The U is stepping up efforts to increase financial aid for students of middle-class families.

Minnesota Population Center announces annual IPUMS Research Awards

Students studying

Honors best of 2015’s published research using MPC data to deepen understanding of social and demographic processes.

Nine University of Minnesota students receive Fulbright Awards

Students studying

Nine students and alumni of the UMN have been awarded grants to study and teach abroad during the 2016-17 academic year by the Fulbright U.S. Student Program

New UMN Law School Public Interest Residency Program Expands Career Opportunities

Walter F. Mondale Hall

Innovative program connects leading public interest and government organizations with high-achieving law students

What kind of Goldy are you?

Text: What's your Goldy Personality?

Take the Goldy Personality quiz to find out.

Get Involved

A girl painting a mural on the Washington Ave. bridge.

Student groups are a great way to get involved. More than 800 student groups are active at the U of M.

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