As world leaders descend on McCormick Place this weekend to debate the finer points of military strategy and fiscal policy, Chicago residents from Rogers Park to Calumet Heights will have to cope with road shutdowns, CTA delays, and the closure…
Students found a joint SG-admin panel about safe protest strategies useful, even if turnout was low.
NATO events offer unique opportunities for students to think and engage with Chicago.
Environmentalist and spiritual leader Starhawk guided a workshop downtown on how to handle the Chicago Police Department.
The Woodlawn Clinic protest exposed some enlightening parallels in public spending.
Activists hunkered down in a Woodlawn mental health clinic with one month’s provisions, until two dozen were arrested.
The students say that their protest is protected under their first amendment rights.
The panelists included faculty in the political science and English departments here, as well as at Columbia University.
Richard Sennett (A.B. ’64) discussed the capacity of humans to cooperate Wednesday afternoon.
Students claim that changes to the Student Manual will limit expression and protest.
Comparing coverage of protests reveals American media’s hypocrisy.
Random student opinions on the Occupy movement.
ORCSA’s refusal to grant Occupy groups RSO status insults the movement’s legitimacy.
The administration should protect the free speech rights of students just as much as those of speakers.