The hospital has treated over 1,200 patients to date, but it may close soon. Administrators have applied for funding, but have been caught up in red tape.
Jews in 15th century Spain turned to edicts from the Inquisition to learn about their faith, Gitlitz said.
First-year Frank Alarcon was elected Undergraduate Liaison to the Board of Trustees.
he policy, relatively lenient compared to that of peer institutions, has resulted in a handful of disciplinary cases, but no arrests.
Kivland, a sixth-year anthropology graduate student, was among the many initially missing in Haiti, following Tuesday’s high-magnitude earthquake.
Operating out of a vacant storefront owned by MAC Property Management, Op Shop will close on December 31st.
Earlier this month, CC members were struggling to find candidates interested in running for the special election. Ultimately, five fourth-years and two third-years ran.
The coffee shop is intended to counterbalance the intense atmosphere of the adjoining 24-hour study area, with comfortable chairs and large tables.
Although the conceptual differences between the artists presented remain largely unresolved, professor Ulrich Baer stressed the use of photography in finding answers. “Photography is particularly important to investigate these questions,” he said.
A milkshake-making bicycle, a man made of paper airplanes, a light installation representing the myth of Persephone, and spontaneous guerrilla art performances marked this year’s Festival of the Arts.
Two University of Chicago undergraduates, second-year mathematics major Hannah Alpert and third-year physics and mathematics major Hannes Schimmelpfennig, received Barry M. Goldwater scholarships last week.
Jim Shultz and Melissa Crane Draper, coeditors of Dignity and Defiance: Stories from Bolivia’s Challenge to Globalization, discussed the effects of globalization on the Bolivian people at a discussion Tuesday at International House.
Students entering the Biological Sciences Learning Center (BSLC) for an early morning class Thursday may have been surprised to find themselves in the company of a 15-foot iguana.
For second-year Matt Miller, it’s hard enough managing school, swimming, and life as an Alpha Delta Phi brother. But now he has a flying squirrel to contend with.
Before warming up on Thursday for day four of Kuviasungnerk/Kangeiko, Associate Dean Jean Treese had an important message for Dodd-Mead House: Keep your clothes on.
The Organization of Black Students hosted a discussion Monday to examine the impact that the Olympics Games could have on housing, one of many human rights–related issues being raised as Chicago bids to host the games in 2016.
Campus LGBTQ organization Queers & Associates (Q&A) hosted Coming Out Monologues on Wednesday night, featuring performances about students’ personal experiences with coming out.
Antonia Clifford, third-year in the College and president of Q&A, said her own life inspired her to organize the event.