The Republican senator from Kentucky and possible 2016 presidential nominee attacked perceived government overreach during the wide-ranging discussion.
Bird warns of oligarchy if student apathy continues.
CTA plans to expand Red Line to 130th Street.
Facility will encourage collaboration within campus and with industry on nanotechnology.
Restaurant is a collaboration between Ukrainian Village bar owner and Logan Square restaurant owner.
Local vendors have mixed experiences with 53rd Street development.
University room costs competitive with peers but not community.
Four scholars bring different approaches to public service.
Wantland: Sexual assault prevention requires “taking seriously the ‘small stuff’ of sexual violence.”
Goal is to “create a lakefront area that is accessible and available to all.”
Preliminary results indicate changes in microbial composition of hospital floor.
Surgeon says that weight-reducing surgery “can only be described as a tool; it’s not a shortcut.”
In the third court ruling in a 17-year dispute, court rules Oriental Institute can keep Iranian tablets.
The full toxicology report has not yet been submitted to medical records, according to the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office.
Panelist: “When you look at the way black people are represented in the media, it is often through the lens of violence.”
The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation has awarded 260 Fellowships to UChicago scholars since 1925.
Nobel prize–winning economics professor James Heckman examines the development of human capital in a study.
Owner: “So you’re just going to push people out and raise the price of the rent so small businesses cannot afford it?”
CPD called to remove former University janitor’s gun collection from home on University Avenue.
Nadler greatly valued relationships with students.
SG representative: Current system for electing fill-in reps “perpetuates apathy…in Student Government.”
New system lets students pay with credit cards.
Factory workers told their stories of abuse and exploitation.
These changes come before an SG election season slated to start on April 18.
OMSA’s Community Conversation event featured the creator of the hashtag “#solidarityisforwhitewomen.”
University expects jump in yield for class of 2018.
Delhi center to host Metcalfs, admissions events.
UCPD defends scheduling of CALEA open forum.
Concealed carry now legal just outside campus.
The newly opened cafe plans to offer an experience that is “cohesive at every point.”
Former Washington Post columnist Bob Levey blamed Watergate for many of the problems with modern journalism.
Students remembered Cohen for his wit and long teaching experience.
Though not yet officially announced, Dean of Students in the College Susan Art will retire from her position at the… Read more »
The petition garnered more than 750 signatures and was endorsed by Student Government.
Low attendance at Bartlett prompted CDAB’s decision.
The University will lease office and retail spaces during the transition period until a permanent owner is found.
The Silver Umbrella targets experienced thrifters.
“The future of this country lives and dies by its cities,” New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said.
PostSecret follows the campus trend of anonymous confession projects.
SG joins community members in signing petition for equitable UCPD practices, which will be delivered this afternoon.
Winners include a glowing brain and a suit-sharing exchange.
UChicago hosted the 2014 Republican primary candidates on Tuesday evening.
He was scheduled to teach the honors section of Elements of Economic Analysis 3 this spring.
Kompare develops apps using City of Chicago data. “Everything I build is really user-focused.”
SSA student Amy Khare presented on her field work in Woodlawn.
Former deputy mayor of New York City Howard Wolfson (A.B. ’89), and political blogger and columnist Ana Marie Cox (A.B. ’94) are two of the six fellows.
Third-year graduate student Peter Dahlberg was able to observe energy transfer processes in live cells.
The report delivery follows the SG referendum that took place last spring.
‘Abdur-Rashid brought attention to a lack of intra-Muslim relations in a lecture Wednesday night.
Students and the University have raised concerns about the account due to possible privacy and trademark violations.