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Advocating to preserve cMail, College Council passes resolution

First-year representative Frank Alarcon drafted the resolution, which voiced CC’s opinion but does not compel University action.


January 15, 2010

Zimmer optimistic at open forum

Zimmer said the recently announced faculty expansion is only possible because the University made budget cutbacks last year.


November 20, 2009

NSIT to implement e-mail forwarding, new Web portal

Students will keep their addresses, but will pick an outside provider, such as Google, to host the account. myUChicago, will come out of beta next week.


November 13, 2009

Final Logan Arts Center plans unveiled

Slated for completion in March 2010, the building features three performance spaces and a “tower of the arts.”


November 13, 2009

Library slow to digitize books for Google project

CIC Director Barbara Allen said the plans call for the University of Chicago to submit its South Asia collection for digitization.


November 6, 2009

More changes in store for UchicaGO

Interim Director of Transportation Rodney Morris proposes later route service and shuttles from downtown.


October 23, 2009

Bolton calls Obama's foreign policy "post-American"

Bolton criticized Obama's foreign policy in the nine months of his administration. "His post-American policy is in plain view. When combined with weakness and indecision, this is a potentially toxic combination in areas around the world," Bolton sai…


October 16, 2009

Classics Café closes back room

The back room, which once drew professors and students in to read, write, study, and converse in large chairs or at wooden tables, now functions as a classroom, Classics 21.


October 9, 2009

Chicago Media Initiatives Group captures campus life for Web and T.V. viewers

While most students may not have heard of the Chicago Media Initiatives Group (CMIG), they may have seen its work: a variety of video content for various campus organizations, including the broadcast of a Nobel Prize acceptance speech.


May 19, 2009

CAPS reaches out to alumni to help graduating class find jobs

Career and Planning Services (CAPS) and Alumni Relations and Development are relying on a new online network to create job opportunities for the College’s graduating class that may counteract the slumping job market.


May 5, 2009