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Posts Tagged: RSO
SG decreased CAT funding based on estimations and impressions—not facts.
SG balances the budget to reflect the entire University—not just the College.
Moving Summer Breeze ticket sales online would cost MAB about $1,300—but it doesn’t need to be that way.
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.
RSO food costs are funded at the expense of more worthwhile and substantial events.
he group will be able to use University funds, but does not have RSO status.
Lundberg: “[We’re] really making a push to keep as many organizations from being [in debt] as possible.”
The club will compete in the summer after winning its spot on February 15.
RSO leaders will be trained to make events more accessible.
The pressure to seize every opportunity can leave us with few real lessons.
Students for Life gained RSO status last fall.
CAT received $190,000 in funding for the 2013-2014 academic year, a 5.56 percent increase.
ORSCA’s plans to move into Hallowed Grounds are not only baseless, but indicative of a troubling administrative trend.
The Pakistani Students Association plans to hold study breaks and a cultural show early next year.
The Socioeconomic Acceptance and Diversity Alliance aims to promote more dialogue about class issues and more resources for low-income students.
The Office of Reynolds Club and Student Activities will transition from assigning RSO advisers based on subject to a new model based on the scale of the RSO.
The forum previously known as “Coffee and Donuts with President Zimmer” has been renamed “A Leadership Conversation with Zimmer,” while some student groups have chosen to have their “Coffee and Donuts” without him.
In response to “The greatest gift of all.”
The seven-day program features 40 events on a wide range of sex-related issues.
Two female philosophy undergraduates restarted the RSO Undergraduate Women in Philosophy in order to make the field more welcoming to female students.
RSO searches for a permanent home.
Current funding system for COUP and other major campus organizations is inefficient and detrimental.
Boy and Girl Scouts of all ages are applying their childhood lessons to help up-and-coming scouts in the community.
As part of a policy, certain RSOs planning events that are challenging in scope must undergo additional steps for approval.
The science periodical will use its $200 in prize money for lectures and other publications.
A new student group provides peer-to-peer classes modeled off a similar Berkeley program.
RSOs can now apply for free catering for events through Aramark, in addition to existing SG funding options.
OLAS will seek to bring back once popular culture show for parting fourth year students and the University.
A van dedicated to RSO use was a campaign promise that is now over a year old.
The University’s first Quidditch season will begin this spring.
Students will play a larger role in determining which projects receive funding.
Students were invited to test drive three different Chevy models outside the Reg last Saturday in a promotional event that raised money for Colleges Against Cancer.
An RSO partners 32 U of C students with over 60 local elementary and high school students to fill a gap in music education opportunities.
The University of Chicago Service Center has appointed its first Community Service Adviser.
Julia Stasch, the Vice President of the MacArthur Foundation, encouraged young women not to have rigid career paths at a talk sponsored by the RSO Gender, Activism, Learning, and Service (GALS) on Monday night.
A $25,000 contribution from the Office of the Dean of the College and an additional $10,000 from the Student Activity Fund have boosted the Uncommon Fund to $75,000—the highest ever in its six-year existence and a 47 percent increase from 2010.
Humans vs. Zombies ended Tuesday with record numbers of participants, but the Zombie Readiness Task Force is prepared to turn even more students into zombies in the future.