Ex-Minnesota Golf Coach Says She Was Sidelined For Being Gay

An openly gay University of Minnesota golf coach is considering a discrimination lawsuit after she wasn't allowed to do her job, suggesting that homophobia can be a problem at secular universities, not just religious ones. » 12/06/10 6:03pm 12/06/10 6:03pm

Students Believe Avoiding Assault Is Their "Personal Responsibility"

A sexual assault and another attempted one near the University of Minnesota campus have officials increasing security — but some female students say it's their responsibility to avoid getting raped. » 9/29/10 2:16pm 9/29/10 2:16pm

Girls are joining organized sports in record numbers, but their participation (and performance) in physical activity outside of organized sports is declining. A recent study by the University of Minnesota finds that while more and more girls are joining teams and reaping the physical and mental benefits, the girls… » 4/14/08 4:20pm 4/14/08 4:20pm

Survey Says: Women Eat Better Than Men

No wonder studies show that when women cohabitate with men it makes them pack on the pounds: a new survey of 14,000 Americans shows that men are more likely to eat meat and frozen pizza but women pad their diets with more fruits and vegetables. While those results were predictable, the telephone survey, conducted by… » 3/20/08 9:30am 3/20/08 9:30am