Petition alleges that UCSC’s failure to hire transgender student suggests pattern of insensitivity.
Students must now register for at least three courses per quarter.
Printing service is closing its kiosks, revamping business model.
Bartlett dining worker, fatally shot at 28, was known for his optimism and sense of humor.
University Dining opens first on-site cooking restaurant and extends Maroon Dollar usage.
Former CNN Chief White House Correspondent and Pakistan’s former Ambassador to the United States among those to hold weekly seminars for students.
David Axelrod has “real…honest conversations with fellow practitioners in politics and journalism.”
“We are open to innovation – we encourage students who want to be a part of this community to build and deliver something that is wonderful for the community.”
“Your Inner Fish” documentary nominated for Outstanding Science and Tech Production, wins for Graphic Design and Art Direction
50,000 books, including textbooks and academic books, have been donated to the 9th annual annual community sale
Program has been in the works for years; architectural major is a long-term goal.
Dorm and dining commons on track for June 2016 completion.
SG President Tyler Kissinger attributes uptick to restructuring and a new application website.
Dr. Olufunmilayo Olopade awarded FDR Four Freedoms medal for her work.
In addition to the long-running Chicago Bound, first-year students participated in Chicago Leads and Chicago Urban Exchange.
“Two little bronze plaques do not a Scammon Court make.”
Democratic Presidential candidate and UChicago alumnus held a rally at Rockefeller Chapel on the first day of classes.
The $100 million donation will go toward researching and resolving global conflict.
“Some of our most important goals are to reduce the stress of applying to college and to make that process more accessible for students from diverse backgrounds.”
The Saturday dinner will take place three times a quarter and accommodate 200 people through reservations.
Center for Identity and Inclusion to encompass OMSA, Office of LGBTQ Student Life, and Student Support Services.
Career Advancement launches a new job search platform to replace Chicago Career Connection.
Nina Katemauswa pursues volunteer work in Africa; leaves Community and Government liaison position vacant.
The Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society announces eight new faculty research projects.
University puts on first ever Hyde Park scavenger hunt for first-year students.
The joint project between the University of Chicago Medical Center and Sinai Health System will convert the emergency department at Holy Cross Hospital into a Level I adult trauma center.
“The organizers of the event claimed that the administration had not been receptive to alternative attempts towards communication”
“Location, time of day and number of suspects [involved in the incidents] suggest a possible pattern”
Lincoln believes relations have improved since the days of the Grossman, Friedman, and Confucius Institutes
“Though their project goals are diverse, the Fellows share a commitment to service and sustainable health improvements in the communities that most need them.”
Despite constant frostbite and hypothermia warnings, the number of homeless individuals remained high.
Business owners in Hyde Park expressed support for minimum wage increases but worry about their economic effects
“Editorial quality does not translate into permanence on the stall wall”
“I just want grad students to know that this whole operation was designed completely with grad student success in mind.”
Clothesline Project, lunch with John Kelly, and other workshops were included in the programming.
Grad students claim unreasonable work pressure: “Anything is viewed as distracting from the lab”
The NVC’s winner, Maestro, is an appliance that is supposed to cook meals quickly and efficiently.
“Our goals for the past remain our goals for the future…helping students gain admission to their dream colleges.”
“The bicycle business is a seasonal one that often presents challenges.”
Owens was fired for instructing UCPD officers to ‘blend in and get intel.’
“Even though we have rights, it’s hard to get our rights enforced in a timely manner.”
“We started from the very fundamentals—you know, how the pieces move, what they’re worth…now we’ve scaled up to what is called chess notation.”
Reliefwatch manages inventory for multinational healthcare NGOs
“[It’s] about being raised in an environment where multiple languages are spoken.”
Snippets and clips from the Summer Breeze Carnival.
“We’re focusing on how to consider the needs of the community and also the needs of the library.”
University credit rating outlook described as “stable” by global credit rating company.
Last Saturday, the Major Activities Board sponsored the Summer Breeze carnival and concert series. The concert series featured performances by T-Pain, Madeon, and Azealia Banks. At the carnival before the show, students participated in an “RA Dunk Tank” game, jumped on bouncy castles,and watched performances by a hypnotist and several UChicago dance troupes.
A total of $185,000 was spent on the event.