Four suspects fled the scene in a white Impala. Neighbors told DNAInfo that they had seen the car circling the block over the past week.
Student activists came prepared and demanded yes or no answers.
Graduate Council can keep its medley of methods for selecting representatives, General Assembly decided yesterday, rejecting an attempt by Executive Slate to bring them into line.
The former US Attorney General discussed voting rights, government leaks, and policing at Monday’s IOP-sponsored event.
Violations at the Washington Park building include defective plumbing, a broken fence, and wood rather than tile floors in the kitchen.
Trustee’s gift will support the Social Enterprise Initiative and the Social New Venture Challenge.
Change would create elections in line with SG bylaws, but some GC representatives hope to preserve their own selection methods.
Students, Staff and Alumni Protested for Increased Accountability and Staged a Sit-In at Levi Hall.
Housing Says More Students Will Be Able to Access Storage.
The University Will Work With Argonne National Laboratory and the Marine Biological Laboratory to Research the Function of Microbes.
Three Local Groups Met to Discuss Gun-Violence Reduction Strategies as Homicides Increase.
Attendees Consider Gun Violence Prevention and the University’s Relationship to the Community.
The developer aims to break ground this fall.
For the upcoming fall quarter, the RSO plans to present speakers from the Ásatrú tradition.
The foundation is one of the largest private charitable foundations in the country.
The grocery store is the anchor property for the City Hyde Park complex on Lake Park.
The three-week long event celebrates final rounds of the New Venture Challenge and includes panels by researchers and professors.
I-House Festival of Nations, a Talk about Gorillas and the Former U.S. Attorney General Among Other Events in this Week’s Calendar.
“We wanted to shut down the building, and we did for several hours.”
“I don’t need somebody from the University of Chicago to come and tell me what my neighborhood needs to look like.”
“We are matching compassionate individuals with texters who may be having a bad day and just want to talk to someone.”
Mah is expected to be the first Asian-American legislator in Illinois state history.
Garrido conducted interviews and used comprehensive mapping and extensive fieldwork to study four major slum areas in Metro Manila.
Economics is by far the most represented major, with 895 declared students, or 24 percent of students.
“There’s this cliché, that someone brightens the room when they enter it. Myles swept up everything in the room into a joyful tornado.”
The teller handed the robber cash with a GPS tracker. He was arrested by a UCPD officer a few blocks from the bank.
Listing alternate sections is no longer an option, but students can rank up to ten courses for request.
“Wellapalooza” will feature therapy dogs, art projects, health screenings, and a photo booth.
Neurobiology Professor Peggy Mason will serve as director of the new major.
Snowden said that while he was aware of the illegality of his actions, he believes that his obligations to democratic principles were greater.
The newly created position will entail assisting the current Title IX coordinator.
The dumpling restaurant cited the economic challenge of operating an organic and eco-friendly restaurant.
Ioan Culianu was renowned for his study of the Renaissance, magic, and religion, and a vocal critic of Romania’s post-Communist regime.
Her friends, family, and mentors described Horowitz as “visually inspired,” “an explorer and creator of worlds,” and filled with “enormous zest for life.”
Despite the turbulent primary season, Hagel emphasized his faith in the American constitution and the unique political processes that guide the country.
Donations to The Remembering Donna Guo Foundation will go towards sponsoring children and orphanages in rural China.
Police had initially been unable to identify Ambrose Monye’s body due to the time it had spent in the lake.
The changes are part of the University’s new Academic Information System.
The bylaw will govern photography and recording at CC meetings.
Vladimir Drinfeld and Wayne Hu received the honor in recognition of their scientific achievements in research.
A screening of Un Lac, a talk with transgender author Chase Joynt, and a panel of activists from the 1960s are among other events on this week’s calendar.
“Our community needs and deserves equal access to quality health care, and we are now one giant step closer.”
SG budget passed yesterday relies on left-over funds from previous years.
Representatives debate affirmation of University’s commitment to free speech at Monday’s SG meeting.
The Student Government General Assembly rejects the Fight for Just Food’s resolution aiming to reduce the University’s financial support of mass incarceration.
Over 1,000 crowd Rockefeller Chapel to listen to the live Axe Files taping.
Activists argue that the University financially supports mass incarceration.
The Hyde Park diner is the third restaurant in the chain to close since 2013, leaving only two locations left open.
British historian and author Simon Sebag Montefiore discussed his new book at the the Seminary Co-Op Bookstore on Monday.