The future for Campus North becomes clearer with an increased number of houses and potential for retail space.
Ellen Sahli will be leaving her position at the University to work for the Chicago Housing Authority.
Study shows that Hyde Park’s high rent may be fueling low enrollment in local CPS schools.
Smart planning will help ease pain as Pierce closure next year increases strain on dining halls.
UChicago should lower admit rate to maintain quality and ethos of College experience.
Some ongoing campus issues to keep in mind as the academic year reaches its midpoint.
Students in Max Palevsky, Blackstone, and Stony Island have reported heating issues in their dorm rooms.
To protect its reputation, University must take more cooperative, proactive approach to problem solving.
The new residence hall, which will occupy the Pierce lot, is slated to open in 2016.
Executive Vice President David Greene is one of the senior administrators on a panel discussing the future of Pierce Tower.
Increasing class sizes should prompt the U of C to mend the disconnect between Housing and Admissions.
A committee of senior administrators are drafting a proposals for the Board of Trustees regarding the future (and possible destruction) of Pierce Tower.
After eight false fire alarms in a period of about a week, Broadview residents demanded action from administrators.
Among the dorm’s new amenities are new plumbing fixtures and furniture.
University administrators continue to work with students to address Pierce’s litany of facility problems.
Exploding toilets and fetid water are just a few of the problems that residents have faced.
President Zimmer discussed housing, dining, financial aid, and more over coffee and donuts yesterday afternoon.
Authorities have not yet identified the cause of the fire.
Al Capone and Elvis Presley were among decades of residents at the Shoreland, which is not scheduled to open its doors any time soon.
Ricardo Legorreta Vilchis, designer of the Max Palevsky Residential Commons and pioneer of Mexican modernist architecture, passed away December 30 of liver cancer in Mexico City. He was 80.
Midway House exposes flaws in housing strategy and compromises dorm culture.
This summer, administrators leapt into an eleventh-hour expansion of undergraduate housing after it became apparent that the existing facilities could not accommodate the large incoming first-year class.
Last night, student government brought together administrators to talk about housing and dining issues to a packed house in the Booth School.
Students and Housekeeping staff convened yesterday concerning staffing changes between the Housekeeping and Facilities staff.
After the announcement that housekeeping and facilities services will merge, students rise up to help save jobs