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Joseph Neubauer (M.B.A. ’65), a former CEO of the Aramark Corporation and serial donor to the University, was elected as… Read more »
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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.”
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“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”
The high-rise revives plans by the firm proposed over seven years ago
Motherhood Savings Today to address healthcare disparities among low-income women
Chaplain at Calvert House discusses Chicago history and changes to the University
UCMC adult Level I trauma center operated 1986–1988
Commission on Chicago Landmarks declared the Robie House to be a Chicago landmark in 1957
The Smart Museum Café will begin taking Maroon dollars.
The grants are part of the University’s relatively new co-affiliation with the Marine Biology Lab
Sigma Chi’s use of canola oil stained Logan Performance Hall stage
The percentage of students from mainland China has grown in the last four years by approximately 6 percent.
“I just want people to realize how unsafe a lot of us feel on this campus and it means a lot that you all are here just willing to stand with us.”
“They’re not looking for less America; they’re looking for more America. Insofar as they get alienated it’s because they’re getting less than they want.”
“Building evidence about what works to prevent youth violence and build human capital among at-risk youth could have a significant impact on youth in disadvantaged neighborhoods.”
“Journalism is constantly evolving. What we think of as journalism as a permanent thing has never been the case.”
The center has been in development for the past 13 years and will employ over 40 faculty experts.
The website will aggregate residential recycling data for policy purposes.
Approximately 50 percent of students in the College voted on the referendum, with 55 percent voting in favor