A helpful guide for what to do in Minneapolis over winter break, or whenever, it's not like the season's going anywhere.
PJ Fleck may be all the rage, but the offensive predictability is really getting old.
CFACT hosts a talk with former National Director Bill Gilles on environmental policy. Not only that, but the talk featured root beer floats for the student participants.
The $15 minimum wage isn't a settled issue for the Chamber of Commerce. They're currently suing the city of Minneapolis over it.
Off-campus housing has long been an issue for college students. So what is the University of Minnesota doing about it?
The city of Anaheim has been catching flak from Disney for years and getting little in return.
Students for a Conservative Voice has been around for a while (12 years, in fact). Along with our conservative friends at CFACT, we have hosted dozens of conservative speakers ranging from personalities like Ann Coulter to more principled speakers like Governor Bobby Jindal.
On October 5th, Hollywood became immersed in crisis. After lengthy and exhausting research, The New York Times blasted prominent Hollywood producer, Harvey Weinstein, with numerous allegations of sexual harassment and of paying off the victims of his repulsive behavior.
Punch a Nazi? Gopher It! By Quinn Daley On October 26th, Collegians for a Constructive Tomorrow and Students for a Conservative Voice hosted the self-proclaimed “identitarian”, Lauren Southern, at Anderson Hall on the University of Minnesota campus.
The "A Campus Divided: Progressives, Anti-Communists, Racism, and Anti-Semitism at the University of Minnesota, 1930-1942" exhibit in Andersen Library highlights the hidden past of the University of Minnesota's administrative history.
For centuries, American culture was tied deeply to the post office.
On October 27, 2017, the Spanish autonomous region of Catalonia declared independence from the Kingdom of Spain in a parliamentary vote.
On the morning of November 2nd, the Democratic Party made it official: the witch is dead.