Students fast for climate change awareness after typhoon | mndaily.com - The Minnesota Daily
University political science freshman Alex Vagac joined students in the Mayo Memorial Building’s meditation room Friday afternoon for a candlelight vigil in support of Sano and typhoon victims.KAALtv.com - Border Battle is One Of The Coldest Gopher Football Games Ever
She said it’s significant that University students are taking part in this global event to heighten awareness on climate change.
Family social science senior Alyssa Woodard said the statement the students were making was peaceful but powerful.
According to KSTP.com Meteorologist Jonathan Yuhas, the official high on Saturday in Minneapolis was 19 degrees. That was the coldest high since Feb. 20, 2013, when it was also 19 degrees.