Sudanese refugees spoke on campus Wednesday on their continued efforts to build a high school, aided by a $12,000 U of C donation.
Panelists gathered from across the globe to talk about the emerging economies in Brazil, Russia, India, and China last weekend.
For its 25th anniversary, tonight Scav Hunt participants will attempt to top the world record for largest scavenger hunt.
Students have joined with University housekeepers to criticize a facilities staffing change which may threaten jobs or spark pay cuts.
University professors, including Gary Becker, have joined a new website which offers video chats with professionals at an hourly rate.
Preexisting disease left U of C researcher vulnerable to the plague, a new report reveals.
Egyptian exchange students speak on protesting a week after arriving in the States.
Haaf appeared on Wheel of Fortune January 27. The Maroon spoke with Haaf to discuss fishing for cash with Vanna White.
The Maroon spoke with fifth ward alderman candidates on their campaign platforms. Education, security, and the economy have become the top issues.
After researchers noticed H1N1′s peculiar resiliency, they began studying the virus and identified five antibodies from it that could lead to a “holy grail” of flu vaccines.
Kuvia participation surged over 150 percent as 665 U of C students rolled out of bed Monday.
Eugene Goldwasser (BA ’43, Ph.D. ’50) was the first to isolate erythoproietin, which has been used to treat anemia.
A former president of the Comer Children’s Hospital Service Committee announced she would join eight other candidates challenging incumbent Alderman Leslie Hairston.
At a panel discussion entitled “The Future of Financial Regulation,” three economists debated the best methods to reform the financial system.
At this weekend’s Humanities Festival,a discussion on the evolution of human rights and its relationship with illegal immigration.
“I don’t think I understood any one of those books,” said Dominican theologian Benedict Ashley (B.A., M.A. ’37) at the Tuesday talk in the BSLC.
Ross Petersen resigned from his position as president and steward of the Jackson Park Advisory Council (JPAC) in mid-September.