The student-run Web site puts UChicago-related Facebook events on one page.
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.
Hyde Park veteran The Nile Restaurant will be heading westward and Bergstein’s NY Deli will open their second location on East 55th Street and South Woodlawn Avenue.
South Side Free Music Program contemplates how students will travel to the afterschool program after they’ve changed schools.
Two teams of undergraduates will be part of a Booth competition of start-ups that address social issues in innovative ways.
You don’t have to be popular to know what’s going on around campus anymore, thanks to the new Web site UChicago Events. The site lists University of Chicago Facebook events, from Friday night frat parties to Off-Off Campus shows to…
With his second film, Upstream Color, Shane Carruth finds success in writing, directing, scoring, and starring.
Third-year Gabrielle Newell was awarded one of the 62 Truman Scholarships for undergraduates seeking careers in public service.
Canter Middle School is on the CPS chopping block, leaving community members deeply concerned.
Today’s Democratic primary will determine the likely candidate to replace former Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr.
Lewis: “The key is to analyze what makes schools better.”
The designation commemorates the Illinois State Board of Education’s decision to adopt the 5Essentials survey, an education initiative developed at UChicago.
The building next door will house rehearsal space for Court Theatre.
A doctor from the UCMC won an award for his work studying how Islamic ethics intersect with modern medicine.
The sequence will combine instruction on public schooling and social justice.
Steve Edwards says four candidates are key: Robin Kelly, Toi Hutchinson, Anthony Beale, and Debbie Halvorson
The program will target underprivileged youth in early childhood programs.
Because of his work, a judge upheld the ruling confirming the existence of a code of silence in the CPD.
Democrats in the Land of Lincoln have a supermajority in both houses, a historical first for Illinois.
The founder of Weather Underground thinks Arne Duncan’s “Race to the Top” program is “largely backwards.”
Panelists discussed the alleged fear of Islamic Shari’a infiltrating American law and culture.
Duncan spoke to an audience of education and policy junkies.
Americans attempting to get redress from the Islamic Republic of Iran want to take possession of the artifacts, currently on loan at the Oriental Institute.
Foreign policy expert Michael Ledeen’s recent talk on Iran—laden with conspiracy and warmongering—bordered on the comedic.