After a dance injury last Thursday led to the indefinite closure of the Ida Noyes Hall Dance Room, dance RSOs are scrambling to find space to rehearse.
UCPD is contemplating an expansion of its jurisdiction around three charter schools, and Hyde Park residents are grappling with rumors that their precinct may close.
Described by friends as loyal, caring, and outgoing, rising second-year Morgan Buerkett died July 24 when her family’s single-engine plane crashed shortly after taking off from Rantoul Airport near Champaign, IL.
While RHs and professors may facilitate some of your day-to-day activities, the U of C administrators are at the top of the food chain when it comes to both your life at the University and the life of the University itself.
For the next four years, you’ll study, sleep, eat and play here. Welcome home.
In the States after six weeks of detainment, alum journalist Clare Gillis reflects on her experiences in Libya.
Journalist Clare Gillis is set to return home Friday after being taken captive while on assignment in Libya on April 5.
Robert Pape and Jenna Jordan talked politics after bin Laden yesterday downtown.
Clare Gillis (A.B. ’98) was captured in Libya on April 5th; this morning she called home for the second time.
Clare Gillis (A.B. ’98) called her parents Thursday, two weeks after being captured while reporting in Libya.
Clare Gillis was captured while reporting on the crisis in Libya over two weeks ago.
Chicago Police Department arrested and charged a third-year for simple battery Tuesday afternoon.
The slate, composed entirely of SG outsiders, hopes to connect with students on their third party status and act as advocates for responsible change.
Detectives that investigated the October fire at the Math-Stat building inconclusively called it accidental
U of C Jerusalem program continues and students safe after scare on day one
CAPS has increased programming to meet a rise in undergraduate interest–they have already seen a threefold increase in job offers for fourth years over the past year.
Four months after a fire halted renovations to the Math-Stat building, construction continues.
Saxophonist Von Freeman shakes up Mandel Hall as part of his reception for receiving the University’s Rosenberger Medal.
The Maroon spoke with the Groupon founder and Booth School teacher on toys, Objectivism, and Midwestern values.
Students in Cairo’s study abroad program reflect on the confusion and frustration surrounding their evacuation from Egypt.
Ann Marie Miles and Leslie Hairston are facing off in an effort to follow laws to the letter.
Students studying abroad in Cairo encountered passport losses, canceled buses, and missed flights, but all made it safely to the Center in Paris.
The two closures make it a bittersweet week for Hyde Park retail.
IT services rolled out the secure wireless network faster than planned after Firesheep raised security issues.
Almost 100 law students pledged 50 hours of public legal service last month as part of a training program for jobs in the government and non-profit sectors.
Though Morris expressed frustration over low turnout, he mentioned changes being made next quarter to improve evening transportation services.
Former math professor Daniel Biss was elected to the Illinois House of Representatives on his second try last week.
The University has formed a Heritage Resources Committee composed of experts in architecture, urban planning, and preservation to guide future decisions on building projects.
Multiple stained glass windows were removed last week from the 5757 South University Avenue, to be incorporated into the Chicago Theological Seminary’s new building.
The Booth School’s Belgian Halloween Party got spooked this weekend for the first time since its inception in 1992.
President Obama will bring crowds and road closures with him to a rally on campus Saturday.
The University’s federal work-study funding increased for the 2010-11 school year, according to Director of College Aid Alicia Reyes, even though many colleges and universities are losing work-study dollars as federal stimulus money runs out.
The University and the Seminary Co-op bookstore are soliciting community input on building renovations as the Co-op prepares to move.
State officials allege the Let’s Talk, Let’s Test Foundation spent hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars on illegal staff bonuses.
Since radio telescopes overtook observatory research in the 1940s, Yerkes has shifted from research to astronomy education.
The stores hope to sell beer and wine, but aren’t seeking to re-introduce the large liquor sections of the past, according to an April 14 article in the Hyde Park Herald.
“The purpose of this conference is to open reflection and not to package it in nice rhetorical boxes,” professor William Schweiker said. “We are embarking on a journey rather than arriving at a destination.”
“This is a human disaster for Palestine. This is a moral disaster for Israel,” Gaza relief worker Mads Gilbert said.