SG plans to present changes to E&R rules next Thursday.
Former minister in the French government Fadela Amara defended the ‘Burqa Ban’ at International House on Wednesday.
French activist lifts the veil on the burqa ban
Attempting to put troubling experiences into words when there are none is an exercise in futility.
Director Charles Newell’s re-interpretation proves that everybody (still) talks.
For Molière Festival, meet The Misanthrope at Court
Sizek finishes fourth in the 10,000m and will be joined by Young in the 5,000m on Saturday.
Sizek fourth in 10,000m, will run with Young in 5,000m
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The future for Campus North becomes clearer with an increased number of houses and potential for retail space.
The UChicago Zeta Psi fraternity is returning to UChicago after the chapter’s termination in 1887.
Argonne researchers trace the development of an HIV antibody that could lead to a vaccine for the virus.
Though the University has affirmed its commitment to admit and support undocumented students, some find a hostile atmosphere for discussing issues surrounding immigration on campus.
The student-run Web site puts UChicago-related Facebook events on one page.
Students comprising the Vice President’s Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion held their first meeting last week.
An external investigation found that the commanding officer who ordered a detective to work undercover at a protest on February 23 violated standing University policy but that no other University officials or police did so in their handling of campus protests last quarter.
The Green Line, CTA buses, and the Metra can reach popular Red Line destinations, but students should account for extra travel time and more crowded conditions than usual.
The Socioeconomic Acceptance and Diversity Alliance aims to promote more dialogue about class issues and more resources for low-income students.
According to administrators, arts courses face “logistical” challenges, including space and faculty shortages.
Currently the Dean of the Undergraduate College at Bryn Mawr College, Rasmussen previously held administrative positions at Duke and Wesleyan.
Justice Ginsburg, the second female to serve on the Supreme Court, discusses why Roe v. Wade actually hurt the pro-choice movement.
During an open meeting with the Committee on Dissent and Protest, Losier discussed his arrest report and a recently surfaced video.
Admissions yield reached a record high, although it’s still below that of the ivies.
TEDxUChicago experienced a sharp decline in attendance this year.
Tyler speaks on the purpose of storytelling.
Khim speaks on her experiences as an entrepreneur in the non-profit world.
Lipman speaks on his experiences cooking food as chef of The Hearth.
New UCPD app for smartphones helps students find a safe way home.
Loyola University Professor discussed the benefits of affirmative action at OMSA on Wednesday in light of Fisher v. University of Texas.
The Office of Reynolds Club and Student Activities will transition from assigning RSO advisers based on subject to a new model based on the scale of the RSO.
After student complaints over the Broadview house table location change, administrators will extend shuttle routes and relocate Fourth Meal to Cathey.
Study by UChicago professor finds that the South Side will be hit the hardest by the influx of newly insured patients from the Affordable Care Act.
Anti-racism activist and writer Tim Wise spoke about the ignorance of dominant social groups as a persistent problem in America and the University of Chicago community at an event in Mandel Hall last night.