The former speaker was sentenced to fifteen months in prison for committing bank fraud to cover up allegations that he sexually abused high school boys.
CC ultimately tabled discussion on all three proposals.
Local 743 Director said many of the workers are dissatisfied with retirement benefits and the three year 1.5%, or $0.25 per hour, wage-increase the University has offered.
UCMC does not anticipate that the findings will prevent the project, which includes a plan to build a level-1 trauma center, from going forward.
Candidates for Executive Slate, Undergraduate Liaison to the Board of Trustee and Community and Government Liaison explained their platforms and debated audience questions.
Without any source of food or water, the goslings may have to jump down the building once hatched, unless another solution is found.
The statistics include all reports submitted between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015.
Local residents hope to present a reform-oriented candidate in next February’s aldermanic election.
The Rubenstein Forum, a multi-purpose conference center, will be built in the Mott building’s place.
The restoration comes in the wake of a fire last October that almost led to the church’s demolition.
“We were actually in contact with the University of Chicago through writing the book because of [its] amazing sleep center.”
Ambrose Monye was last seen on April 21, walking towards Crerar Library.
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The data showed that middle and high school students who took math in the first two periods of their day performed significantly better than those who took it in the last two periods.
Chicago residents Robert Wolf, Michael Sacks, and John Rogers, Jr. will help the foundation plan and build the Obama Presidential Library.
Members of the University’s Armenian Students Association and supporters staged a protest at an International House (I-House) lecture.
The Maroon reached out to College Council candidates to find out how they would use their position to improve the campus climate, where they stand on the recent divestment debate, and how they would increase transparency in SG. Here’s what they had to say.
Students expressed concern about the location of African Civ in Paris, the only Civ program not based in the region it studied.
“These students are working for free as a direct result of their family’s low income,” the petition reads.
When Moreno’s deadline for self-deportation passed, University Church invited him to stay.
The investigatory meeting was called to determine if the expenditure limit had been surpassed by this year’s United Progress Slate.
The Arts Festival intended to foster discussion about how the University and its surrounding community can increase their interaction.
The UCMC will discuss its plans for the Get CARE initiative at a community forum at the KLEO Community Family Life Center on Thursday night.
Booth School professor Amir Sufi was awarded the University of Chicago Press’ annual Gordon J. Liang Prize for his book.
Tickets will be available online for the first time, but only the first 800 sold in person will be rain secure.
Two RMs will succeed Scott and Laura Stern in I-House, while four RMs will join Campus North in its inaugural year.
The survey focuses on the experience of underrepresented and potentially marginalized groups.
CC Chair introduced the bylaw following controversy at last week’s meeting on divestment.
The team won at the Intercollegiate Championship Tournament, and came in second at the Academic Competition Federation.
Students in the course “Alternate Reality Games: Theory and Production” will help plan the game.
The Fellowship aims to give established professionals the freedom to pursue projects of their choice.
The Mexican restaurant opened in the former Ribs ‘N’ Bibs location and offers a variety of tacos and salads.
Seth Muser, Jonathan Sorce, and Benjamin Lowe were selected for their excellence in STEM fields.
One of two UChicago teams received an honorable mention and a witness received an All-American designation.
“The veterans add a perspective to the whole process that the other students absolutely don’t have.”
Ask an Atheist Day, Pacifica Quartet concert, and I-House Open Mic among other events on this week’s calendar.
Initial statements touch on divestment and unionization and promise a more open SG.
U-Pass introduction brings the future of the program into question.
“We learned that Zimmer has a ‘pet’ theater project, Dean Boyer wasn’t offended by ‘The Maroon’ calling his presentation to CC last week ‘anticlimactic,’ and Longbrake frequents Yik Yak.”
Futterman’s research involved interviewing black students from Hyde Park Academy about their encounters with CPD officers.
Agreement will keep UCMC physicians in Land of Lincoln Health’s network of providers.
Green curriculum, weekly internship program, and community initiatives were among the plans discussed.
Ben Rhodes discusses his career and the Obama administration’s foreign policy.
“The connections linking afatinib with a better response to treatment…are encouraging.”
Infants’ brains are able to process and understand the reasons behind others’ actions.
Micere Keels’ data suggests that the majority of Black and Latino college students are more likely to drop out laden with student debt than white college students.
Resolution’s supporters will pursue socially responsible investment committee.
Maneuvering to stop resolution failed in an 8-4-3 vote.
Administrators hope the program will add “value” to the University.