As part of a policy, certain RSOs planning events that are challenging in scope must undergo additional steps for approval.
While graduate student turnout was critical in the latest SG election, certain divisions hardly voted at all.
Every night chess players stage an informal gathering in the Reynolds Club. Here’s why.
Modern Arab Studies professor talks about the lingering and potential future effects of Arab Spring on Palestine.
Environmentalist was joined by slam poet at I-House discussion.
University professors continue to advance the use of behavioral economics in the field of public policy.
Faculty and an administrator examined the role of the Kalven report in shaping University policies at an open forum hosted by SG on Wednesday evening.
Booth students won $75,000 for their plan to market pantyhose.
A Murray Language Academy teacher is suing the Chicago BOE for suspending him after his use of a racial slur in class.
Lamont Herron found an outlet for his passion when poverty and crime were all around him.
A sociology graduate student is one of the developers of a web app that will help Chicagoans navigate snow embanked streets.
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs hosted its Symposium on Women’s Rights in Latin America last week.
Steve Reinke gave me a delirious and peculiar, yet engaging experience, which, in some ways, led to some self-realization.
A Marxist analysis was in play at one of the conference’s talks, where a joint panel of students from the U of C and the University of Western Ontario offered a backdoor look at labor relations on set and the show’s topsy-turvey balance of labor-power.
American citizens risk making themselves targets of discrimination if they fail to confront tough questions about the erosion of their civil rights, the president of the ACLU said Tuesday at International House.