The Green Line, CTA buses, and the Metra can reach popular Red Line destinations, but students should account for extra travel time and more crowded conditions than usual.
The Socioeconomic Acceptance and Diversity Alliance aims to promote more dialogue about class issues and more resources for low-income students.
According to administrators, arts courses face “logistical” challenges, including space and faculty shortages.
Currently the Dean of the Undergraduate College at Bryn Mawr College, Rasmussen previously held administrative positions at Duke and Wesleyan.
Justice Ginsburg, the second female to serve on the Supreme Court, discusses why Roe v. Wade actually hurt the pro-choice movement.
During an open meeting with the Committee on Dissent and Protest, Losier discussed his arrest report and a recently surfaced video.
Admissions yield reached a record high, although it’s still below that of the ivies.
TEDxUChicago experienced a sharp decline in attendance this year.
Tyler speaks on the purpose of storytelling.
Khim speaks on her experiences as an entrepreneur in the non-profit world.
Lipman speaks on his experiences cooking food as chef of The Hearth.
New UCPD app for smartphones helps students find a safe way home.
Loyola University Professor discussed the benefits of affirmative action at OMSA on Wednesday in light of Fisher v. University of Texas.
The Office of Reynolds Club and Student Activities will transition from assigning RSO advisers based on subject to a new model based on the scale of the RSO.
After student complaints over the Broadview house table location change, administrators will extend shuttle routes and relocate Fourth Meal to Cathey.
Study by UChicago professor finds that the South Side will be hit the hardest by the influx of newly insured patients from the Affordable Care Act.
Anti-racism activist and writer Tim Wise spoke about the ignorance of dominant social groups as a persistent problem in America and the University of Chicago community at an event in Mandel Hall last night.
The president of the Organization of Black Students sat down with the Maroon to talk about campus race relations, why UChicago needs to work on increasing diversity, and what’s wrong with the phrase “politically correct.”
Many faculty are reportedly interested in making massive open online courses and the University is in discussions with edX and Coursera, two existing free online course sites.
Hyde Park veteran The Nile Restaurant will be heading westward and Bergstein’s NY Deli will open their second location on East 55th Street and South Woodlawn Avenue.
Community members came together to address concerns about zoning changes that would be required for the construction of the high-rise on East 53rd Street between South Kimbark Avenue and South Dorchester Avenue.
Historian and activist Angela Davis spoke about the prison abolition movement and gun control at Rockefeller on Friday.
Leaders in microfinance, which involves providing financial services to low-income individuals and citizens of developing countries, spoke at the conference.
In addition, the divestment referendum passed with about 70 percent of students voting “yes.”
Dining has been searching for an external health inspector prompted by the inspection problems this spring.
The sequence will have two sections each quarter.
Members of the team who worked on the site will attend the star-studded ceremony in New York on May 22.
Holder: “You decide cases on the facts, on the law, irrespective of politics.”
This article has been updated with an accurate voter breakdown between graduate and undergraduate students. The initial results released by the Elections and Rules Committee contained an incorrect breakdown. The 2013 SG election results were announced earlier tonight in the…
E & R meeting minutes from last night revealed that first-year Christina Dong is disqualified from competition.
Scalzi discussed his time at the U of C and his career as a popular science fiction author.
In a closed-door meeting, SG and Polonsky discussed the logistics of the choice to not offer trauma care at the U of C.
The current plans for the quad expansion seek to unite campus through a common passageway.
U of C will issue $400 million in bonds to fund development across campus.
South Side Free Music Program contemplates how students will travel to the afterschool program after they’ve changed schools.
Vice President for Civic Engagement Derek Douglas announced the creation of a new student advisory council to provide a link between student and administrative involvement in the community.
Catherine Ye (A.B. ’11) died after being hit by a truck in the West Loop on Monday morning.
The $4 million gift from Debra Cafaro (J.D. ’82) will allow some low-income UChicago Law School students beginning with the class of 2016 to graduate debt-free.
Carol Browner, Obama’s former Climate Czar, shared her insights on how climate legislation failed in Congress in 2010, what to expect from Obama’s second term, and why it’s so hard to get people serious about climate change.
Projects involving “big data” – data too large to extrapolate and analyze with standard systems – can revolutionize the way clinical researchers analyze and collect medical data.
Professor Davis has added the variable of recruitment intensity per vacancy to the standard theory, which measures the degree to which employers seek out qualified candidates.
The postponement came after allegations of rules violations against members of multiple slates surfaced over the past week.
Ignite and UChicaGOLD were hit with vote penalties in response to complaints about their campaigns. Both slates are appealing the decisions.
The new apartments will include modern amenities, but preserving the historical features of the building has been a priority of the project.
Two teams of undergraduates will be part of a Booth competition of start-ups that address social issues in innovative ways.
Hart discusses national security in the wake of the Boston Marathon attack, his views on future cuts to military spending, and what it’s like to run for President.
Candidates proposed an increase in student involvement and representation in SG, as well as more open communication between the Board of Trustees and students.
Students called for more concrete ways to address diversity, including more O-Week discussions and increased emphasis on race issues in the Core.