The suit alleges that on March 7, 2015 a former pledge was forced to consume an excessive amount of alcohol at a fraternity ceremony before he was singled out to be physically assaulted in a basement room of the chapter house.
The Mexican sandwich shop and taqueria plans to open on 57th Street in the next couple of months.
Dining services provider brings a slate of new restaurants to Hutchinson Commons
Barack and Michelle Obama announced that Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects and Interactive Design Architects will design the library.
“Like all of you, I’m still trying to process this. This affects all of us.”
After his hearing, Kissinger spoke to a rally that formed outside Levi to support him.
“I’m obviously hopeful it’s not expulsion; I hope that I get to walk at graduation this Saturday.”
The layoffs are related to an 8% budget cut being imposed on academic departments.
An opponent of the plan called to check quorum and then exited the room, leaving General Assembly unable to proceed.
The University hopes to raise $8 million from private donors to build the Green Line Arts Center, which will serve as a hub for music, dance, theater, and film.
Local 73 Union members will vote on a new contract tomorrow. If the contract is rejected, the strike will resume Wednesday.
One of the eight houses will be named for Dean of the College John Boyer.
The department hopes to attract more majors.
The yield rate for the Class of 2020 is 66%, up from 61% last year.
The building’s two-story base will be topped by a tower of stacked, boxy sections.
“We are trying to get the President’s attention on our seven cases.”
“It’s important that students be involved in the formulation of policy at every step of the process.”
Robin Appleby will step down on June 30. Vice President at Lab Beth A. Harris will serve as the interim director, while a search is conducted over the summer.
This marks the first year that half of UChicago applicants received a fellowship; last year 34% of UChicago applicants were selected.
A teach-in led by Students for Disability Justice, a Death Cafe aiming to increase awareness of death, Alumni Weekend activities, the Hyde Park Community Art Fair, and the Class of 2016 Baccalaureate delivered by physics professor Scott Wakely are among other events on this issue’s calendar.
The expansion will unify the Polsky Center, the Chicago Innovation Exchange (CIE) and UChicagoTech.
“After receiving additional feedback, we will continue to review the policies and procedures related to the trunk room.”
The resolution criticizes the lack of texts from “non-Western, and non-male people and perspectives” in Sosc classes.
Baker Dining Commons will include a Dollop Cafe, other retail spaces, and two private dining rooms.
The apartment buildings will open this fall and are now taking reservations.
“[Student Disability Services] needs to really understand the impact these practices and policies have on students.”
The discussion looked toward the future and the possibility of using data from search engines and social media to target voters.
“It’s nice to know that people are coming to the bakery and that they enjoy what they eat.”
“We applaud the University of Chicago for taking responsibility as a member of the broader South Side community.”
“For almost three decades, Aramark has developed, implemented and continuously enhanced UChicago Dining’s residential, retail, and catering programs.”
“Free and open debate should not be muzzled by government, university administrations, or angry mobs.”
“The area real estate market is…strong enough to attract a number of potential investors and support a range of residential options.”
The University has said that it will not divest from the listed companies, citing the 1967 Kalven Report.
A Buzzfeed article published on February 3 brought the presence of Greek life to the forefront of University discourse.
Dean of the Harris School of Public Policy Daniel Diermeier will succeed Isaacs as the provost starting July 1.
A University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) student threatened gun violence on the main quad on November 30.
Illinois Indiana Regional Organizing Network is a coalition that aims to bring about social, economic, and racial justice at the grassroots level.
Four suspects fled the scene in a white Impala. Neighbors told DNAInfo that they had seen the car circling the block over the past week.
Student activists came prepared and demanded yes or no answers.
SG General Assembly votes down compensation for Executive Slate members.
Graduate Council can keep its medley of methods for selecting representatives, General Assembly decided yesterday, rejecting an attempt by Executive Slate to bring them into line.
The former US Attorney General discussed voting rights, government leaks, and policing at Monday’s IOP-sponsored event.
Violations at the Washington Park building include defective plumbing, a broken fence, and wood rather than tile floors in the kitchen.
Trustee’s gift will support the Social Enterprise Initiative and the Social New Venture Challenge.
Change would create elections in line with SG bylaws, but some GC representatives hope to preserve their own selection methods.
Students, Staff and Alumni Protested for Increased Accountability and Staged a Sit-In at Levi Hall.
Housing Says More Students Will Be Able to Access Storage.
The University Will Work With Argonne National Laboratory and the Marine Biological Laboratory to Research the Function of Microbes.
Three Local Groups Met to Discuss Gun-Violence Reduction Strategies as Homicides Increase.