BY APRILL EMIG | Managing Editor After a meeting held on December 14 to vote for “no confidence” in both Chancellor Black and then Vice Chancellor Andrea Schokker failed to produce any definitive results, UMD’s UEA chapter is still making plans to move forward.
BY EMILY NESS | The Statesman Wandering the dimly lit halls of the University of Minnesota Duluth’s Engineering Department, one may gaze upon many wondrous objects. From parts for a car to parts for a small rocket, the vast collection of objects has one thing in common: all were created by a 3D Printer.
BY HARLEY ROACH | The Statesman On Saturday, Jan. 23 all are invited to take part in a traditional Anishinaabe custom. The Third Annual Midwinter Storytelling Extravaganza, hosted by the Anishinaabe Student Organization, will bring people from all walks of life together for an annual showcase of culture, art and history that will focus heavily […]
BY APRILL EMIG | The Statesman It began with Frida Kahlo throwing bananas to the audience seated in Weber Music Hall. “Who wants bananas?” she asked as she entered the auditorium, wearing black pants, a black blazer and a giant black gorilla mask.
BY Laura Gruhlke | Guest Columnist | Heller Hall The Heller Hall bathroom is by far the worst woman’s bathroom on campus.
BY AISLING DOHENY | News Editor | The Statesman Cheryl Diaz Meyer, one of UMD’s own, covered the war in Afghanistan and Iraq as a photojournalist in the early 2000’s. Meyer volunteered to do the expedition and spent several weeks documenting the carnage, emotion and action alongside groups like the Afghan Northern Alliance and […]
“To be, or not to be.” A line from one of the most iconic and remembered theatrical speeches of all time. This monologue, taken out of the classic play Hamlet, was written by the one and only William Shakespeare. Come October 2016, the University of Minnesota Duluth’s own Tweed Museum of the Arts will be […]
Midwest Region MSU-Mankato (29-7-3) vs. RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology) (19-14-5) For the first time in program history, the Mavericks of Minnesota State-Mankato hold the number one overall seed in the NCAA tournament after their most prolific regular season in program history that culminated in a WCHA regular season and tournament championship. The Mavericks don’t […]
This time 30 years ago during the 1984-85 season, the UMD Bulldogs were on their way to a third straight NCAA tournament. This year, they’re destined for another NCAA berth and while much has changed since 1985, two names remain the same. Senior defenseman Derik Johnson and sophomore forward Dominic Toninato are second generation Bulldogs […]
This week Lake Voice News caught up with Shelly Mann, an Academic Advisor for the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Minnesota Duluth, to get some quick tips for undeclared/undecided students. Here is what we came up with: 1) Review the list of majors and minors offered at your university Simply seeing what […]