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While the New Yorker's satire pieces frequently cite a fictional U of M expert, real experts at the U are working every day to solve some of society's greatest challenges.

“We are proud of Dr. Logsdon’s work and the visibility it brings to the University of Minnesota, which we would like to stress to Mr. Borowitz’s readers is in fact a very real place, with faculty, students and staff working hard to tackle very real and important issues impacting Minnesota and beyond,” said spokesman Evan Lapiska, adding that the university has known of Borowitz for years.

Read the full story in the Star Tribune.