Chicago men’s and women’s cross country places 9th and 14th, respectively.
CIE to offer workshops, speeches, meeting rooms, mentorship programs for students.
“I want people to take action…. It’s definitely a revolution coming,” McDonald says of LGBT movement.
The new system centralizes all HR information in one location.
New three-year contract was approved in a 135–0 vote.
Kissinger cites authority in SG constitution in taking on ability to issue executive orders.
Dining halls get perfect 100 percent rating in inspection by Gluten Intolerance Group.
A study by UChicago researchers says poor olfactory senses can be a signal of lack of stem cell regeneration.
Study points to specific microbiota as helping prevent peanut allergies.
“Bitcoin is the opposite of PayPal, in the sense that it actually succeeded in creating a currency,” Thiel said in his talk.
The surgeons hope to continue bike rides and bring awareness to different specialties in the future.
The FEC vice chair discussed the declining trust Americans have in their government and the corrupting power of dark money.
The senator talked about the dangers of self-funded candidates and his work on student debt and immigration.
Election saw 17 candidates, four spots, and 40% voter participation
Wisconsin state representative says Core helped him prepare for politics
Committee to finalize policy by New Year’s Day
New contracts mean laundry pay boxes removed
VP for Recruitment reflects on his TFA experiences and the future of the organization.
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The funding was originally intended for the alumnus’s own statue.
The 15-year-old trees are in the process of being removed by the Chicago Park District.
Student Counseling Services’s building is now ADA accessible.
Renovated Mongolian grill to serve gluten-free options.
North Field’s replacement is all set for play except for the nighttime lighting system.
Experts discussed the forefront of the Ebola epidemic in an event on Tuesday.
Executives from the Red Cross and Ryder Systems meet for an event sponsored by AKPsi.
First-floor will see upgrades in bathrooms, lecture theater, and classrooms.
New academy will allow leaders in nonprofits, governmental organizations to strengthen their skills and the impact of their organizations.
No Barriers highlights shortcomings of the University financial aid office.
Administrators said that Maclean, Broadview, Blackstone, and Breckinridge may close during a panel for O-Aides.
The professor whose tweets on the Israeli-Arab conflict led to his firing and sparked controversy sat down with the Maroon before a public talk at I-House.
A panel focused on the important of preserving pollinator species in urban areas like Chicago.
The office hopes to cut down on acronyms at the University.
New program simplifies financial aid application, removes application fee.
New IME classes include Molecularly Engineered Materials and Material Systems, among others.
Historian hopes to use grant money to share her work with broader audience.
Faulty dome had rendered observatory inoperable before repairs.
Move comes in response to article implying that Hanban director strong-armed University into renewing partnership.
Protest aims to raise awareness of sexual assault on campus.
UCMC also announces funding for new center to provide post-trauma counseling.
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A Tumblr and accompanying flyers accused six male students of sexual violence.
UIC, Columbia, and University of Hawaii are other three finalists.
Two new restaurant discounts and maybe even a free trolley.
UCMC approved to begin two major projects, Hyde Park restaurant scene shake-ups, International Innovation Corps launches in India.
State review board recommends against UCMC’s proposed new facility, UChicago Local launches phase two.
Electrical fire on 58th & Dorchester, University sells Harper Court but maintains space, community group protests Vue53.
A survey asks if people would ride a free trolley on 53rd Street; a restaurant/music venue, Promontory, and a children’s store, The Red Balloon, have recently opened in the area.