The Maroon sat down with Oxley in the catacomb-like basement of the Rockefeller Chapel to discuss what it really means to advise on matters secular, spiritual, human, and all three at once.
Art Here, Art Now, part of Chicago Art Month, features Chicago-based artists at U of C-owned storefronts.
No cause has been identified for the fire, which burnt through the bike shop’s storage trailer
CAPS and the Office of Graduate Student Affairs will begin administering graduate exit surveys this year that will help assess grad students’ preparedness for the job market.
YouChicago made transportation a priority while running and during its time in office.
The Op Shop “is an idea to activate otherwise vacant spaces through art to improve the quality of life for the community now,” said Laura Shaeffer, the Op Shop’s head operator.
At open forum, Zimmer also fields questions on Kalven report, UCPD officers trolling Facebook, and how much he weighs students complaints when investing
Interim Vice President for Alumni Relations and Development Michele Schiele’s development goals for 2010 include $300 million in progressive fund-raising
Booth alum tests altruism with energy-saving appliances
Students of Project Exploration, for which Sereno works, have a 94 percent graduation rate, compared to 50 percent before they enroll in the program.
Living Waters, a non-denominational Christian Ministry located in California and led by Comfort, donated the books for dissemination on college campuses.
McGuire is looking to reinvent the way researchers study other worlds by creating robots that can not only see, but independently analyze images and find patterns that might ultimately give clues to the existence of extraterrestrial life.
Edwin Hubble got another chance to globetrot this summer thanks to fellow U of C alum and astronaut John Grunsfeld, who took Hubble’s championship basketball to space with him while he fixed the Hubble Space Telescope.
This breakthrough technology has also led to the discovery of a “ribbon of emission” of ENAs, Frisch said.
“I like to eat upside down like a bat,” said Grunsfeld, who has spent almost 60 days in space, this time taking with him a piece of U of C history.
The changes, including more time on preprofessional programs, were formulated this spring by the Admissions Office and debuted this summer after staff rewrote the tour guide manual and retrained all tour guides.
ReCycles, currently only a pilot program, allows students to check out bikes at the Regenstein Library, Ratner, the Social Service Administration Building, and 6045 Kenwood.
Some of the tour came verbatim from a set of rules published in a student handbook back in 1916: “Rule Number One: Learn the alma mater at once.”
Hyde Parkers met at the White House when Obama awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom to a U of C genetics prof.
A veteran balloon sculpting crew took over the BSLC this weekend, leaving behind a four-story-tall helix of twinkling pink and yellow balloons.
In a series of 90-minute walking tours called “The Pocket Guide to Hell,” English graduate student Paul Durica presents this and other South Side stories with a crime and social justice twist.
Despite a nationwide trend at universities to trim costs by cutting back on travel, representatives from the U of C Admissions Office will continue to travel across the world to recruit students. The office will be giving up plans for a new mail-opening system and aiming for more efficiency in order to meet their 4-percent budget cut announced last month.
Neuroscience professor John Cacioppo, presented his findings on human loneliness and the need for social relations Wednesday in Max Palevsky Cinema.
Over 20 students rallied against sexual assault, violence, rape, and sexual inequality Thursday as part of this year’s Take Back the Night demonstration.
Fourth-year Pritzker Medical School student Ed Gometz was awarded a Schweitzer Fellowship on April 16 in honor of his design, direction, and execution of a year-long project to provide bilingual health workshops on the South Side.