“I’m afraid the same thing is going to happen in this city if people don’t start listening.”
Complaints were made regarding disruptive conduct at the SG debate, money spent on campaign stickers and alleged recording.
According to the Midwest director of NNU, the union successfully bargained for almost all of its goals.
Tickets will be sold on Monday from 11:00 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Mandel Hall and Cobb Hall.
Cupich expressed anxiety about the intersection between the economy and families.
The decision comes after the Illinois State Legislature passed a bill to allow the city to build museums on parkland.
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The elections begin this Wednesday.
“The students’ anger and disappointment comes from the feeling that students were not consulted.”
This is part of Divvy’s Chicago-wide expansion program that will build 176 more stations in the city.
Members of many community organizations came to the rally.
The Chicago Theological Seminary hosted its spring conference”Selma at 50: Still Marching.” The conference featured the famed civil rights leader Jesse Jackson, and the former mayoral candidate Chuy Garcia among its participants.
Slight increase is still far below rates from six years ago
“When I call what’s going to come? A good cop or a bad cop? Are they going to be effective, do their job…or criminalize and penalize me before even knowing me?”
The exhibit’s “stories of hope and strife from around the globe resonated with many students and faculty.”
Neither Provost Isaacs nor the University’s News Office could be reached for comment.
Volunteers discovered five shelters, as well as a dumping ground.
“Half the College voted, with 55 percent in favor of the program.”
The renovations would enhance “intellectual exchange.”
“For many years, Bayly’s works have been considered essential reading in universities all across the globe.”
Every “child in Chicago deserves to have a high quality public school.”
“Investigative reporting on sexual assault cases is far from dead.”
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Nurses to hold one-day strike on April 30.
Almost 100 students march to support UCAN’s campaign.
Five residential halls to be shut down after 2015–2016 school year.
The three gunshot victims were shot at 12:30 AM last Monday and two remain in critical condition.
The students were recently awarded $10,000 Davis Project for Peace Grants to find “solutions for resolving conflict and maintaining peace” in foreign countries.
“T.H.” Tsien was one of America’s most influential Chinese librarians.
University Trustee Steven Stevanovich donated $10 million toward funding the Stevanovich Institute on the Formation of Human Knowledge.
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This program would allow leaders of student groups to apply for $250 stipends every quarter to offset some of the costs of working so that they will be able to devote sufficient time to their organizations.
“In terms of resources that we highlight, we want to cover a broad spectrum since graduate students may be married or have children.”
The ensuing plot is what Publisher’s Weekly calls an “absurdist, episodic quest” that involves plagiarized manifestos, narcotized cultists, the search for pornographic prints, and a fountain whose runoff forms an underground lake.
“It is just one of the many ways in which UChicago Dining receives feedback from students throughout the year, and as we do with any input we hear from students, we will evaluate how we can incorporate their thoughts to better the UChicago Dining experience.”
“We believe some of the increase in applicants was influenced by…the No Barriers initiative.”
“What transparency does is that the eyes of the community are on [the UCPD] now.”
There has been no information disclosed about the suspect or his motivations for the shooting.
The Argonne National Laboratory will collaborates with Intel and Cray to develop a supercomputer using a $200 million grant from the Department of Energy.
The University’s financial aid budget is set to rise to $117 million next year.
Students across the country have been using FERPA rights to view admission documents held by their respective universities.
LeVine discusses his new book, The Powerhouse: Inside the Invention of a Battery to Save the World, in an interview with The Maroon.
Five sororities on campus participated in the Derby Days competition.
The two newest stores in the 53rd street corridor, Lively and Belle Up, feature women’s athletic apparel and maternity clothing, respectively.
The University will celebrate its 125th anniversary throughout the duration of Autumn 2015.