The Core received a B because it did not meet the survey’s standards for foreign language, U.S. History, or Economics requirements. It still fared better than most top universities.
Laura Green wanted to open up a bar-themed arcade, but her plans were compromised by Hyde Park red tape.
6,960 high school students applied through Chicago’s non-binding early action program, an 18.5 percent jump from last year. The increase in applications is part of a nationwide trend, as students continue to apply to more colleges than ever before.
Graduate division admissions offices are reporting increases in applications for the 2010-2011 academic year, citing the economy and unemployment as factors for the upswing.
The rebel conflict in Congo, perpetuated by an illegal weapons trade, has become forgotten in the West, panelists said Wednesday.
Uchicago for Haiti, which will table in the Reynolds Club, has a benefit concert planned for February
“A crude number isn’t good enough,” philosophy and law professor Martha Nussbaum said to an audience in the Gleacher Center.