Students play an active role in HPW’s “peer-to-peer” educational wellness programs.
Cultural groups, religious fellowships, and sororities have all hosted events to raise awareness and support for those affected by the typhoon.
Minter used his familial knowledge of the waste-processing business to write his book.
Members of UCAN attended a hearing to protest new fracking legislation, part of a broader campaign to derail the law.
Fourth-year Samuel Greene will study chemistry at Oxford, focusing on its implications on renewable sources of energy and fossil fuel dependency.
11,143 students applied this year, an 8-percent rise from last year.
Residents are concerned that recent rezoning will lead to further changes.
Susan Sher, senior advisor to President Zimmer, has issued an official statement regarding the library.
Changes to the Elections & Rules committee were voted down at the SG Assembly meeting Thursday night, but SG president Michael McCown remains confident in their ultimate passage.
Following a hearing on trauma deserts in Chicago, activists rallied in front of the UCMC to demand a trauma center on the South Side.
Harper is remembered for her “honesty and transparency” and down-to-earth attitude.
Employees hope to get higher wages and fairer seniority rules in upcoming negotiations with Aramark.
The cofounders of @rtifice hope to keep kids occupied after school and inspire them to launch small businesses.
A full central shuttle caught fire on Thursday night at 55th Street and Woodlawn Avenue.
The University has bought the office tower and retail space in Harper Court from Harper Court Partners.
Vice Premier Liu Yandong: “China is a large country for higher education but not a strong one. Compared to America, we have a lot of shortcomings.”
The mugging is the first of its kind since 2010.
After six sessions, students were told that their counseling could no longer continue at the SCS.
Federal cutbacks and $75 million parking garage add to the hospital’s debt.
Student passwords were endangered by the attack, as hackers could easily decrypt them.
Between 80 and 90 students attended the open forum, many affiliated with the Coalition for Equitable Policing.
Herman Cohn remembers Kristallnacht, the Holocaust, and Normandy.
This year, the government shutdown delayed the start dates for the grants.
Venkatesh: Studying the underground economy allows people to “break out of the box.”
“I am for small government, but small government is not no government.”
A grad student is studying microbial communities, which can thrive in a wide array of habitats.
UChicago law students try to prove the innocence of a death row inmate they claim was framed by the police.
The East shuttle terminus has moved to Ellis Garage.
Camp Douglas, a Civil War training site and prison, sits just 20 blocks north of campus.
The Institute of Politics is bringing politicians from across the world to campus winter quarter.
The restaurant served 114 people in the first hour alone.
The landmark bill will impact the LGBTQ community statewide and right here on campus.
The Assembly passed resolutions to create a UCSC advisory board and to analyze the IRC’s charter.
The second-highest ranking administrator in the Office of Campus and Student Life chatted up students over coffee and croissants.
Students for Life gained RSO status last fall.
Joint efforts between law enforcement, government agencies, and NGOs work together to aid victims.
Resales of tickets must go through COUP.
Chef Matthias Merges says A10 would be on the South Side with or without the University.
According to Assistant Vice President of Student Health and Counseling Services Alex Lickerman, the SHS offers students an appointment within a day of their phone call 100 percent of the time.
Beyond S.C.A.B., the student television station is scheduled to pilot a murder-based drama in the spring.
Moskowitz: “Sometimes we like a good crisis”
The Winning Words Conference amassed educators and students from around the country to spread philosophy in primary and secondary schools.
Thirty-two pies competed at the South Side Pie Challenge, with proceeds of the event going to charity.
Prud’homme felt that “there was a journalistic role to be filled” after attending a meeting on the Marcellus region in 2009.
No content changes for renamed “Chicago Style.”
The 53rd Street Express Shuttle will have UCID card readers installed upon its launch Monday.
Admissions defends mailings as targeted, effective
Losier says administration decision “calls into question how independent the IRC is.”
Jake Tapper spoke about his new book on the near destruction of Outpost Keating Wednesday.
Graduate students are not considered employees by the University and thus not guaranteed lactation stations under federal employment laws.