The incident occurred on Friday, March 13 at approximately 3 a.m. near the 5400 block of South Hyde Park Boulevard.
The University has not released statistics for this year’s admission cycle.
Three new labs, studying energy, health, and poverty, will join the existing Crime Lab and Urban Education Lab.
The Silver Room will offer jewelry, clothing, film screenings, juice bar, DJ booth, book readings.
Sensors on campus are the first phase before installation of 500 throughout the city.
The Obama Foundation does not want the library decision to play a role in the mayoral race.
The wave-powered pipe organ is inspired by one off the Adriatic coast in Zadar, Croatia.
NETenergy is a part of the Chicago Innovation Exchange’s Business Incubator program.
“Lives are being lost, young black people are dying and we won’t be ignored anymore.”
Community has raised over $25,000 in less than two days for fourth-year Sydney Reitz’s medical care.
Freedom of Information Act requests would apply to UCPD as to a public agency.
The Director of Special Collections and University archivist, Daniel Meyer, spoke of the important roles that women played during UChicago’s history in a lecture titled “More Than Lore.”
Ayers is best known as the co-founder of the Weather Underground, a ’60s leftist group.
Aleida Assmann, a professor at the University of Konstanz, gave a lecture, “Forms of Forgetting,” on Wednesday evening.
The nine activists who were linked in lockboxes have been arrested by CPD.
What does Aramark’s Purple Menu mean for the University of Chicago’s dining halls?
Koenig tells the Maroon about her days on campus, what makes a great radio story, and what she thought of the many Serial parodies.
Joseph Neubauer (M.B.A. ’65), a former CEO of the Aramark Corporation and serial donor to the University, was elected as… Read more »
The Chicago Police Department’s Second District issued a community alert following several home invasions and burglaries, mainly occurring around East… Read more »
More than 50 members of Graduate Students United (GSU) assembled in protest on the main quad on Friday to demand… Read more »
30 people stood at a candlelight vigil outside the Regenstein Library to remember disabled people killed by their caregivers Sunday… Read more »
“I think many of us saw this as a great opportunity to start a conversation with our students about the direction in which the academy is heading.”
Five UChicago faculty members were recently awarded the 2015 Sloan Research Fellowship which recognizes young scientists and academics for outstanding… Read more »
“Incredible stupidity has killed brilliant intelligence.”
“The common realization was that canceling this event would be a defeat.”
Calvert House hosted the prayer gathering in response to comments on UChicago Secrets and Yik Yak.
“I think every day [on Mars] will be a life-changing discovery.”
“Fellow fans of the private sector– well you must be, you’re here at the University of Chicago, a private university.”
Research analyst Paul Moore presented University findings on trends of student success from middle school to high school.
Yolaine Civil worked with Doctors Without Borders in the CAR to improve health care in the region.
New poll commissioned by the Obama Foundation is consistent with previous polls conducted by the University of Chicago and the Chicago Tribune.
Will Burns won 55.4% of the fourth ward vote and Leslie Hairston won 52.5% of the fifth ward vote.
Aldermen Hairston, Burns up for re-election.
Author of “The Biology of the Negro” challenged the foundation of racism in the 1940s.
‘A potential lawsuit is not the foundation upon which to build an institution which represents the legacy of your life’s achievements.’
Perez: ‘I realized that trans people had been written out of a lot of history.’
Students at 18 universities can use the Free Food Finder.
The quarterly debate showcase, hosted by the Chicago Debate Society, came after discussions over free speech on campuses across the country and governments around the world.
Students can vote online for their favorite proposals.
“[China is] rising into a world order that was not made for them and that they did not make.”
Wilson is tied for second place behind current mayor Rahm Emanuel.
The debate was held by the Chicago Society.
Professor Beilock’s new book is “How the Body Knows Its Mind: The Surprising Power of the Physical Environment to Influence How You Think and Feel.”
One student received the Prince of Wales Young Sustainability Entrepreneurs prize, while the other received a Gates scholarship.
“The OncLive’s Strategic Alliance Partnership program will allow academic oncologists at the UCMC Comprehensive Cancer Center to share research findings and new developments to oncology professionals across the nation.”
Axelrod discusses his belief in politics, students
Crunchbutton delivers food to dorms and study spaces that is traditionally pick up only
After toilets exploded in Pierce Tower students, houses, and House Council were awarded money
In 1967 students held “sleep-in”