Campus conservatives weigh in on social stigmas, the Institute of Politics, and speaking out as College Republicans.
Workroom 006 in the basement of the Institute of Politics (IOP), a concrete room with a conference table and exposed pipes labeled “chilled water supply,” is, for some, an ideological oasis in what sometimes seems a univocal desert of campus…
Donald Liu drowned last August after saving two children swept out into Lake Michigan. He was survived by a wife, three children, countless patients, and the next generation of pediatric surgeons at Comer’s Children’s Hospital.
IOP hosted a panel on gun control featuring prominent members such as Mayor Rahm Emanuel and UChicago Crime Lab Director Jens Ludwig.
In its second large event on Tuesday, panelists discussed the economy, the role of minority voters, and the prospects for each candidate.
The Pulitzer Prize winning journalist sat down with the Maroon to discuss his career after revealing his status as an undocumented immigrant.
Environmentalist Ken Cook assessed the different aspects of the massive omnibus bill, which affects agricultural subsidies and food stamps.
The Democratic strategist will leave the Beltway for the Midway.
The new University of Chicago Institute of Politics will provide internships and host speakers, among other services.
Representatives from the United States Postal Service (USPS) met with community members Thursday night at University Church to discuss the possibility of closing the University’s main post office.
The Associated Press and the National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago announced late last month the formation of the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.
Sudhir Venkatesh, author of Gangleader for a Day, returned to campus Tuesday to speak about informal business practices.
Yesterday, a special exhibit opened in recognition of the Chicago-wide celebration of the first illustrated architectural book.
Rashid Khalidi spoke at the I-House Friday about the current wave of revolutions in the Middle East.
Over 1,000 UCMC nurses voted Tuesday and Wednesday in favor of allowing a 24-hour union strike once their contract with the hospital expires.
Named after the ship that brought Darwin to the Galapagos, the Beagle will be the largest biomedical research computer in the world.
Honest Abe and President Obama have more in common than their Illinois roots, said Eric Foner.
Honduras’s government has consistently violated human rights, according to human rights advocate Berta Oliva, who spoke Monday in Stuart Hall.
Last week the Office of Transportation, in partnership with SG, introduced a system that allows students to track in real-time the movements of U of C buses and shuttles.