A music scholarship established by a beloved Twin Cities singer inspires a student’s performance.
Scholarship support allows biology major Molleysa Yang to explore her many interests.
For art and journalism major Natasha Carlson, '17, studying in Korea was a life-changing experience.
College of Design senior Norman Palacious hopes to use landscape design to fight flooding in his native Bahamas
Sophomore Luke McCutcheon helps kids reach for the sky in his part-time job at the new Charles L. Matsch GeoDome Theater.
As president of the U's chapter of the Society of Women Engineers, Holly McKissick helps high-school girls explore their interest in science.
Ariel Garsow, '17, is passionate about making sure everyone has enough nutritious food.
School of Public Health student Ned Sherry traveled to Puerto Rico to study mosquito-borne diseases.
Tyler Ebert, '16, leads a student-run business incubator that's raised more than $700,000.
This year, thanks in part to $1.6 million from donors, the station has a new 12,000-square-foot campus center.