The University of Minnesota has begun disciplinary action against students involved in Saturday night's disturbance in Dinkytown.

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Minneapolis, Minn. -- The University of Minnesota has begun disciplinary action against students involved in Saturday night's disturbance in Dinkytown.

A total of 19 people were arrested when a crowd got rowdy in the streets following the Gopher hockey team's loss at the national championship game to Union College.

The University of Minnesota said they are reviewing the charges against students, which include underage drinking, unlawful assembly and indecent exposure.

Code of Conduct hearings will begin "as soon as possible," according to a University spokesperson and punishment could include suspension or expulsion.

Despite threats to punish bystanders, the University spokesperson admitted they do not have the manpower to comb through social media to identify students and are focusing their efforts on students who were arrested. They will also follow up on specific tips.

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