Trauma center activists urged to disperse during vigil.
The University’s lack of a trauma center is a problem. So is its lack of first-aid kits.
The administration’s swift reaction to the trauma center protests needs to regain momentum
Following a hearing on trauma deserts in Chicago, activists rallied in front of the UCMC to demand a trauma center on the South Side.
Community leaders, politicians, and activists alike urged the University to expand its trauma services.
Polonsky said he is open to collaborating with other hospitals and organizations to bring trauma care to the South Side.
Hospital admins must make good on public discussion promise.
Far from simply “shaming” those in charge, trauma center activists cultivate ties with local figures and groups working toward change.
If activists want to see a trauma center on the South Side, they may want to take their cause to City Hall.
Members of SHE discuss why the research that the UCMC cites in arguing against the necessity of a trauma center on the South Side might be wrong.
The University must make a sustained and meaningful attempt to extend a hand to members of the South Side community.
SHE member and fourth-year Olivia Woollam also accused Chief of Police Marlon Lynch of lying.
UCPD’s use of undercover officer at trauma center protest was counter to UChicago’s values.
We must evaluate necessity of campus cops.
UCPD’s actions speak to wider structual inequalities in our society.
The UCPD’s treatment of protestors raises concerns about student safety and community trust.