In response to “The greatest gift of all.”
Warren Coleman will leave her position as Associate Vice President for Campus Life to take Kimberly Goff-Crews’ place.
A new childcare center, opening in Fall 2012 may be too expensive for graduate student parents.
Students were divided in their reactions to the death of Osama bin Laden. Scores met in common rooms to watch the news and hundreds celebrated, while others criticized the merriment. Some even pointed to anti-Islamic sentiment appearing on campus.
A local version of TED talks took over Mandel Hall Sunday. The 14 speakers included a former president of Bolivia, a blind architect, the first double-amputee to summit Mount Everest, and a fourth-year psychology major in the college.
A Student Advisory Council will plan events to attract higher numbers to Museum
University students ask for funds and awareness during the crisis. Several RSOs have begun planning fundraisers and cultural displays for Japan.
Some course book lists are still not available on the time schedules website, despite a federal mandate that requires the lists to be accessible to students.
The campus watering hole served up a screening, pints,
and trivia during Sunday’s Oscars ceremony.
Lickerman (M.D. ’92) said in yesterday’s student forum that he wanted to establish the top university health and wellness program in the country.
The Engineering Society’s seven-and-a-half foot rocket couldn’t stand up to strong winds Friday.
Students led tours of the University from Hull Gate to Harper Library, where the ambassadors heard about the University’s global role.
The University should provide better tools for publicizing events across campus
Though many stopped by Hutch Commons for late-night dining last week, it wasn’t enough to prove the program could sustain itself.
A group of students is advocating for a more precise response to the arrest of fourth-year Mauriece Dawson on the part of the University, which issued a report the group claims did not address systemic problems.
The University apologized over the February arrest of fourth-year Mauriece Dawson and announced a series of policy changes to prevent a similar incident in an announcement Friday.
While the group reached out to most coffee shops on campus, some, like the Divinity School’s, said they were concerned they might be held liable for food they donate that later spoils
On a clear day, they extend from the skyscrapers of downtown Chicago to the outline of Gary, IN, opening up to the few students and tourists who attend the chapel’s tours,
Uchicago for Haiti, which will table in the Reynolds Club, has a benefit concert planned for February
It is uncertain when this project will be completed, as the final step involves installing the lights to illuminate the kiosks.
The back room, which once drew professors and students in to read, write, study, and converse in large chairs or at wooden tables, now functions as a classroom, Classics 21.
ReCycles, currently only a pilot program, allows students to check out bikes at the Regenstein Library, Ratner, the Social Service Administration Building, and 6045 Kenwood.
Unfinished windows pose safety hazard for new dorm residents
The jubilee included a benefit dinner, the world premier of an Oriental Institute film, a silent auction, and the presentation of the Breasted Medallion for exemplary service.
Ecology prof: “We could be a model kind of city school for environmentalism if there was a little more commitment at the top level and a little more demand at the bottom from students.”
Sigma Chi International Fraternity, whose U of C chapter disbanded in 1952 in protest of a “whites only” policy, is returning to the University to recruit students from a wide range of backgrounds.
Students entering the Biological Sciences Learning Center (BSLC) for an early morning class Thursday may have been surprised to find themselves in the company of a 15-foot iguana.
University to help students demonstrate against controversial church