Sliding fee scale needed to better support grad student parents.
The changed format of “Coffee and Donuts” is a welcome attempt to foster student engagement.
The University must make a sustained and meaningful attempt to extend a hand to members of the South Side community.
UCPD’s use of undercover officer at trauma center protest was counter to UChicago’s values.
The document outlining the University’s adherence to political neutrality is still a highly debated issue, especially in the areas of University investment and student protests.
Participants marched to the Administration building and dropped their flowers in front of President Zimmer’s office.
At 1:30 p.m., the city and University revealed UChicago Promise, an umbrella name for multiple programs that will ease financial and application burdens for Chicago students applying to college.
At a meeting between student and University administrators, President Zimmer painted a grim picture for SRIC’s future.
The Board of Trustees should make an honest effort to compromise with SRIC supporters.
Students forced Zimmer and Goff-Crews to defend the University’s neutral stance.
Approximately thirty-five students showed up to Zimmer’s office Friday asking him to convene the SRIC.
The White House announced that President Zimmer will be the newest addition to the body of advisors to the NSF.
President Robert Zimmer is dating a faculty member after separating from his wife and moving out of the President’s house in September.
Zimmer and Goff-Crews discuss merits, difficulties of hotel and retail construction throughout Hyde Park