State review board recommends against UCMC’s proposed new facility, UChicago Local launches phase two.
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.
University’s credit rating downgraded, Obama initiative gives $10 million to UChicago labs, Museum Campus South makes play on Museum Campus.
State regulators denied the UCMC’s certificate-of-need to build in the Center for Care and Discovery.
Right-to-life groups criticized the University for publishing a guide for health-care and social service providers on accessing abortion in Illinois.
Chinniah says he accomplished everything he set out to do at UChicago.
After five years the Recycles was canceled due to persistent software problems and the creation of Divvy.
The University outlined partnerships with different community groups if it were to receive the Obama library.
The new residence hall and dining commons will open September 2016.
University will submit a “menu” of locations for the library and museum.
New center on 58th St. to house research on connection between economics, human development
The Confucius Institute’s Governing Board recommendation to renew CI comes after the release of a faculty report
When students are out, UCPD is still in session.
Chicago’s XS Tennis club unveiled plans to construct a 22-acre facility in Washington Park, to be completed spring 2015.
A petition calling on the IOP to apologize for the use of a transphobic slur at an event has garnered over 1,100 signatures.
Daugherty has served as Assistant Vice President for Student Life and Associate Dean since 2010.
The $61 million facility in Orland Park should open in 2016.
The interdisciplinary major combines mathematics, statistics, and computer science courses courses departments and requires 18 courses.
Chicago Booth professor Amir Sufi on his new book and the American economy.
Jensen recently published Painting With Fire, a murder mystery, and discussed the novel, the publishing process, and Hyde Park with the Maroon.
IOP involvement represents a new partnership between it and the UCSC .
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Two shootings in Hyde Park have left two people in critical condition.
Protesters attack University’s bid for Obama library but not trauma center.
Monday protest was the main issue at the Conversation.
New Harris School dean is a former Northwestern professor.
The defectors described school textbook propaganda, among other things.
Different personality traits affect brain chemistry, study says.
Phishing e-mails claim to be from University technical team and help desk.
The Trauma Center Campaign began its Week of Action with a protest at a UCMC construction site.
Changes including a new associate dean of students, a University-wide disciplinary committee, and altering two existing sexual assault policies will be implemented in July.
Bohanon was a biological chemistry major and is remembered for her enthusiasm and kindness.
The William Eckhardt Research Center and the remodeled 5757 South University Avenue will be completed by fall 2015 and January 2015, respectively.
Democratic candidate for the 39th District of the Illinois House Will Guzzardi returned to campus to speak to students about his career and vision for Chicago.
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Administration says it wants more conversation on divestment.
Lundberg: “[We’re] really making a push to keep as many organizations from being [in debt] as possible.”
Pilot method to have doctors treat high-risk patients in both clinics and hospitals.
Community group to appeal lawsuit dismissal, but University hopes to finish construction by fall of 2015.
University to fill two empty floors of Center for Care and Discovery with patients from Mitchell Hospital.
UCMC alerted deans-on-call, who told the group to pray outside.
Changing University goals and faculty agency were broader concerns of the petition signers.
Months after the initial outcry in the fall over a staffing overhaul and Summer Links program changes, UCSC will convene the new board.
Former U.S. Vice President and environmental activist Al Gore spoke on topics ranging from Common Sense to Citizens United on… Read more »
Professor Robert Morrissey was awarded the highest distinction given by the French government
Jeremih out due to scheduling conflicts.
The 28th annual University of Chicago Scavenger Hunt began at the stroke of midnight on Thursday with the traditional list… Read more »
Rick Santorum, former U.S. Senator and 2012 Republican presidential candidate, discussed the state of the Republican Party and the minimum… Read more »
Laura LaPlante, a third-year student in the Law School, died last Friday. She is remembered for her kindness, leadership, and… Read more »