At the end of 2015, the clock was set to three minutes til midnight, signifying the urgency of a nuclear threat.
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“I am hoping this is another ‘screw’ in…Aramark’s partnership with the University.”
Proposed changes to their quarter system reflect concerns at UChicago.
Orientation and summer programs will target students considered at risk of dropping out before reaching high school.
While the outage did not affect all parts of campus, many apartment complexes and University owned buildings lost power.
UChicago was listed below MIT, and above academic peers such as Yale University, Princeton University, Stanford University, Columbia University, and Harvard University.
The site was offline for almost a month following 157 spam listings by an anonymous user.
The campaign encourages universities across the nation to adopt the policy.
The Cubii campaign raised over $300,000 and will be shipped to Kickstarter backers later this month.
“The University of Chicago: A History” traces past University administrative decisions.
“We’ve set up a fabrication facility very much like one that you’d find in a company that makes computer chips or microchips or communication chips.”
“We started from the very fundamentals—you know, how the pieces move, what they’re worth…now we’ve scaled up to what is called chess notation.”
Solving the puzzle of sadness.
“I remember being down in the stacks…buried down there.”
“When I call what’s going to come? A good cop or a bad cop? Are they going to be effective, do their job…or criminalize and penalize me before even knowing me?”
Every “child in Chicago deserves to have a high quality public school.”
The decision to close dorms should have been made with student input—but it is understandable.
The loss of satellite dorms means the loss of a diverse UChicago.
A lack of Saturday night dining options on campus cannot be fixed by simply telling students to use Maroon Dollars.
If the life of the mind is to actively learn, then why does it leave so many of us feeling passive?
Students who don’t connect with their houses should have an easier way out.
“Here’s the thing with anonymity-nothing’s anonymous in cyberspace.”
After falling in love with an entirely different country, Viewpoints columnist questions the life of the mind.
Students can vote online for their favorite proposals.
Professor Beilock’s new book is “How the Body Knows Its Mind: The Surprising Power of the Physical Environment to Influence How You Think and Feel.”
“The OncLive’s Strategic Alliance Partnership program will allow academic oncologists at the UCMC Comprehensive Cancer Center to share research findings and new developments to oncology professionals across the nation.”
Editors of the Chicago Journal of History defend the history major.
Including study of non-Western cultures would fill the gap in students’ understanding of philosophy and enhance existing knowledge of Western canon.
As the University rises in public profile, it’s time to reconsider how the College is presented to applicants.
Don’t conflate That Kids with assholes.
Students should shift their focus from existing prejudices to open-minded exploration to get the most out of their four years.
The weekend shuttle runs hourly from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m. between the Reynolds Club and the El stop at Roosevelt Road and State Street in the South Loop. The South Loop Shuttle Service made its first trip downtown Friday, a viable alternative to public transportation or taxis.
Interim Director of Transportation Rodney Morris proposes later route service and
shuttles from downtown.
Transportation director Brian Shaw left the University Friday for unknown reasons, after weeks of student complaint regarding his overhauled UchicaGO transportation plan. Hundreds of students expressed dissatisfaction with the transportation system after this summer’s major retooling of the bus system left many disappointed.
“I don’t understand how you can build a new multi-million dollar dorm, have a coffee shop in it that runs from 7 to 3 a.m. every day, and not have transportation for the students.”