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Center to advance sensory research across disciplines

As older adults continue to make up a larger portion of Minnesota’s population, sensory loss related to aging — which includes problems with unsteady balance, poor vision and hearing loss — is becoming a greater challenge. 687 more words


Vulnerability Equals Bold & Courageous Part 1

Death, it casts a shadow on who we are and wanted to be, but can no longer achieve.  It has the final word!  It oftentimes exposes everything we spent our whole lives exhaustively running from and/or covering up; similar to the strongholds of shame and guilt that hinder our lives and legacies because of the walls we construct around our tender and bleeding hearts.  1,694 more words

You Gotta Do Your Work

When I started having visions about violently taking a sledgehammer and shattering all the windows and mirrors in my former boyfriend’s barbershop, I knew I was heading into dangerous territory. 814 more words


U alumni channel entrepreneurship experience into startup

Before a small startup team overshot its Kickstarter goal by almost $600,000 and garnered widespread interest in their smart water bottle technology, they were University of Minnesota students honing their knack for entrepreneurship through mentorship opportunities and experiential learning. 919 more words


Why all crosses held upright?

Capalonga, Philippines. It’s a brist out there. While I am focused on helping my mom in her bookkeeping job, I found myself watching clips in youtube. 247 more words

Following Jesus

U among leaders in federally named med-tech partnership

Minnesota has a long history of leadership in the medical device world. In 2013, the state ranked first nationwide in medical patents per capita and second in medical device manufacturing employment, according to the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development. 314 more words


Pelvic and Abdominal Self-Massage will Change Your Life

Sarah talks about her path of re-inhabiting her body, bringing her awareness back down, getting out of her head, and getting on with life.

I’m a fit 34 year-old woman, never been pregnant, very active, healthy, and generally a happy individual. 1,176 more words