Clothesline Project, lunch with John Kelly, and other workshops were included in the programming.
“Our goals for the past remain our goals for the future…helping students gain admission to their dream colleges.”
Grad students claim unreasonable work pressure: “Anything is viewed as distracting from the lab”
The NVC’s winner, Maestro, is an appliance that is supposed to cook meals quickly and efficiently.
“The bicycle business is a seasonal one that often presents challenges.”
Owens was fired for instructing UCPD officers to ‘blend in and get intel.’
“Even though we have rights, it’s hard to get our rights enforced in a timely manner.”
“We started from the very fundamentals—you know, how the pieces move, what they’re worth…now we’ve scaled up to what is called chess notation.”
Reliefwatch manages inventory for multinational healthcare NGOs
“[It’s] about being raised in an environment where multiple languages are spoken.”
Snippets and clips from the Summer Breeze Carnival.
“We’re focusing on how to consider the needs of the community and also the needs of the library.”
University credit rating outlook described as “stable” by global credit rating company.
Last Saturday, the Major Activities Board sponsored the Summer Breeze carnival and concert series. The concert series featured performances by T-Pain, Madeon, and Azealia Banks. At the carnival before the show, students participated in an “RA Dunk Tank” game, jumped on bouncy castles,and watched performances by a hypnotist and several UChicago dance troupes.
A total of $185,000 was spent on the event.
UChicago professor Nicholas Epley and Ph.D. candidate Juliana Schroeder released a new study titled “The Sound of Intellect.”
“All the strands of my life came together and I really became a man when I moved to Chicago.”
“There is a lot of artwork to it and it is the only one out there…. Ivanhoe is truly unique.”
“Graduate students and College students together need to petition the administration to increase overall Student Government budget”
“You’d better build a trauma center now.”
“This is a real wedding. Like, people are actually getting married.”
“It’s as much about addressing how violent the police are as it is about blackness being synonymous with criminality, or something to be controlled.”
“It’s on UofC to discourage environments that normalize sexual assault”
Snell-Hitchcock received first place, followed by Breckinridge and BroStoMP FM who tied for second. Burton-Judson came in fourth place, followed… Read more »
The National Nurses Union and University of Chicago Medical Center reached a wage agreement for nurses.
High school students compete in a Shark Tank-style competition
“I don’t consider myself a beekeeper; I consider myself a bee host.”
Mauricio Tenorio-Trillo received an award for his book on the art and culture of Mexico City from 1880-1940.
“We’re excited to keep building off the progress we’ve made.”
The Foundation is investigating education methods in order to develop its own grant program
Donated papers include prep materials for three graphic novels
“I remember being down in the stacks…buried down there.”
“Nepal is not just about Mount Everest and being a tourist destination. It’s so much more than that.”
Cheng’s book attempts to make math more accessible through food analogies.
Divvy will be offering discounts for members of the UChicago community.
The UCPD’s Community Advisory Board will include members from Oakland, Kenwood, Hyde Park, and Woodlawn neighborhoods.
According to their Facebook page, Open Minds slate dropped out of the SG executive slate race.
No administrators attended the meeting.
“I’m afraid the same thing is going to happen in this city if people don’t start listening.”
Complaints were made regarding disruptive conduct at the SG debate, money spent on campaign stickers and alleged recording.
According to the Midwest director of NNU, the union successfully bargained for almost all of its goals.
“If we fail to have these conversations, then we can anticipate that those problems are simply not going to receive adequate attention.”
Tickets will be sold on Monday from 11:00 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Mandel Hall and Cobb Hall.
Cupich expressed anxiety about the intersection between the economy and families.
The decision comes after the Illinois State Legislature passed a bill to allow the city to build museums on parkland.
Editor’s note: This is a developing story and the article will be updated as more information becomes available. Last updated… Read more »
CLARK HALPERN, Class of 2016 Stance on U-Pass: Yes Stance on trauma center: Yes Student Leadership Stipend Program: Yes Stance on UCPD… Read more »
The elections begin this Wednesday.