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Watch Wolves Claim Their Territories in GPS Map of Their Movements
The cryptic lives of gray wolves in Minnesota’s Voyageurs National Park are revealed through stunning GPS location maps.
Isaiah Washington is Putting NYC Hoops on His Back
Isaiah Washington is an anomaly: The rare NYC high school player who eschewed private school overtures and stayed in the city.
College Football Team Ends Its Protest Over Sexual Assault Suspensions
The University of Minnesota football team went on strike last week after 10 of its members were suspended for their involvement in a sexual assault investigation. After reading an 80-page report detailing the alleged victim's horrifying experience...
Minnesota Football Players Call Off Holiday Bowl Boycott
University of Minnesota president Eric Kaler also wanted to clarify that the players were standing up for their teammates, and not condoning sexual assault.
Liam Daniel Pierce
It Took 15 Years to Map Every Gene Interaction in a Yeast Cell
Understanding how thousands of individual yeast genes interact in pairs could expose the underlying genetic bases of human diseases.
There’s a Huge Unregulated Stem Cell Industry in the US
A new study finds well over 550 clinics in the US are selling unapproved stem cell treatments.
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David Roth's Weak In Review: The Neverending End Of Deflategate
This was a bad week for football's authority figures, who were revealed as venal, criminally horny, and, in Deflategate, incompetent. It won't matter, of course.
Another Minnesota Athletics Administrator Accused of Sexual Harassment and Discrimination
Liam Daniel Pierce
Wildlife Drones May Stress Animals Out, Study Says
Drones are great for studying wildlife, but we’re only starting to learn how they affect the animals they monitor.
Star Tribune Reporter: Minnesota AD Harassed Me, Too
A reporter covering the University of Minnesota details her own story of harassment from AD Norwood Teague.
Disgraced Former Minnesota AD Has Worst Text Game Ever
Norwood Teague resigned on Friday as a result of several illicit text messages.
Club Apples Are the Product of Fruit Dating and Mating
The ridiculously named fruits—think Zestar!, SweeTango, and SnapDragon—are changing the economics of apple growing.