U in the News

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Robert McMaster is quoted in the Minnesota Daily on the record diversity found in this year’s U of M Twin Cities freshman class; Robert Vince, Swati More, and James Beach are mentioned in a Kare 11 story about how their eye scan could catch Alzheimer's early; George John is quoted in the Pioneer Press (PDF) about how malls are embracing new occupants as brick-and-mortar retail struggles; Jason Varin is quoted in the Yahoo! story, “You're Probably Taking Too Much Advil”; sun exposure can affect your microbiome, with comments from Alexander Khoruts at NBC News; the U.S. has stopped Ebola before, but that is no guarantee it will repeat that success, with comments from Michael Osterholm in the Washington Post (PDF); Sharon Jansa answers the Star Tribune’s question, “How did Minnesota become the Gopher State?”; Nancy Sims is interviewed in a Kare 11 story about Lizzo sharing a writing credit for her song, 'Truth Hurts'; Katharine Nelson comments at CBS Minnesota about why some of us are so afraid of creepy-crawly animals; Sexually active Minnesota teens are making healthier choices, with comments from Jill Farris in the Star Tribune; Jay Amundson comments in a Minnesota Daily story about U of M campus efforts toward climate action.