In the Media

Coverage of Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) who spoke at the "Democratic Party at a Crossroads" symposium, sponsored by the Humphrey School's Center for the Study of Politics and Governance. 

KMSP TV
October 23, 2017

Coverage of Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) who spoke at the "Democratic Party at a Crossroads" symposium, sponsored by the Humphrey School's Center for the Study of Politics and Governance. 

City Pages
October 23, 2017

Coverage of Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), who spoke at the "Democratic Party at a Crossroads" symposium, sponsored by the Humphrey School's Center for the Study of Politics and Governance. 

MN Daily
October 23, 2017

A profile of Leah Phifer (MPP '15), who is running for Congress in Minnesota's 8th Congressional District. 

MinnPost
October 23, 2017

Kevin Gerdes, who directs the Humphrey School's Public Safety Leadership Program, is quoted in this article looking at the University of Minnesota Police Department efforts to improve community relations. 

MN Daily
October 23, 2017

Leah Phifer (MPP '15) has officially announced she will run for Minnesota's 8th Congressional District seat in next year's election, challenging incumbent Rep. Rick Nolan in the Democratic primary. 

Ely Echo
October 18, 2017

Associate Professor Jessica Stanton is quoted in this story looking at efforts by Somalis living in Minnesota to help victims of a terrorist bombing in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia. 

MinnPost
October 18, 2017

Humphrey School alumnus Patrick Mendis (MA '87), an expert on Sino-American relations, spoke at Hong Kong University about the changing nature of the relationship between China and the United States, and its challenges for Hong Kong and the world. 

Asian American Press
October 17, 2017

Profiles of the candidates running for mayor of St. Paul, including Humphrey School alumnus Melvin Carter (MPP '11).

Lillie News
October 14, 2017

Humphrey School staff and alumni, including Courtney Barrette and Annie Bigley, were quoted in this story about the University's annual Day of Service. 

KSTP
October 14, 2017

Professor Larry Jacobs is quoted in this article looking at U.S. Rep. Erik Paulsen's record in Congress and the Minnesota Legislature.

City Pages
October 14, 2017

Professor Larry Jacobs is quoted in this column that examines how the growing generation gap in Minnesota could play out in future election cycles. 

Star Tribune
October 13, 2017

Professor Larry Jacobs is quoted in this story looking at the possibility of former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty entering the race for his old office. 

WCCO
October 9, 2017

Democrats today appear to be consumed by the same squabbles that destroyed the party in 1972, according to this article. Professor Larry Jacobs is quoted. 

Politico
October 9, 2017

Local political observer Scott Johnson attended the recent tribute to former U.S. Sen. Rudy Boschwitz at the Humphrey School and posted a story about the event. 

Power Line blog
October 8, 2017

Professor Emeritus John Adams is quoted in this article looking at the cautious approach being taken by the Twin Cities in the competition to be the home for a new Amazon facility.

Star Tribune
October 7, 2017

Humphrey School MPA candidate Jack Dickinson recently announced he is running for Minnesota State Auditor in next year's election. 

Alpha News
October 6, 2017

Professor Larry Jacobs was part of a political scientists' panel discussing the current state of politics, next year's midterm elections, and other topics. 

TPT Almanac
October 6, 2017

Senior Fellow Steve Kelley is quoted in this article profiling his good friend, John Gordon, who is the new director of the ACLU of Minnesota. 

Star Tribune
October 5, 2017

Barbara Frey, director of the human rights program in the University's College of Liberal Arts, is quoted in this article about her recent research on the disappearances of thousands of Mexican citizens over the past decade. 

MN Daily
October 5, 2017

Senior Fellow Jay Kiedrowski is quoted in this story, which looks at the propriety of a $15 million donation the developer of the controversial Dakota Access oil pipeline gave to the state of North Dakota to help cover costs of recent anti-pipeline protests. 

Forum News Service
October 5, 2017

Senior Fellow Art Rolnick is quoted in this article looking at the offers some cities are making to try to woo Amazon's new headquarters. 

CityLab
October 4, 2017

Professor James Ron co-authored this column discussing how people around the world view the United Nations and the United States.

Brookings Blog
October 3, 2017

Frank Douma, director of the State and Local Policy Program, is quoted in this article looking at Minnesota-based Polaris's bid for a contract to provide driverless vehicles to the U.S. Army. 

Star Tribune
October 3, 2017

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