Rachel Cromidas

CONTRIBUTIONS

Newly-appointed Argonne director Isaacs to work towards alternative energy storage

Isaacs plans to put Argonne at the cutting edge of research in X-ray science and energy development.

  /  

April 3, 2009

Upperclassmen can retain minimum option in finalized unlimited meal plan

Upperclassmen may opt for the minimum or moderate plans, but no students graduating after the class of 2011 will have that option.

  /  

March 10, 2009

Shoreland residents evacuate after carbon monoxide reaches toxic levels

Responders found a high concentration of the deadly gas, estimated between 300 and 500 parts per million, in the Shoreland basement; lower levels were found on other floors of the building.

  /  

March 10, 2009

U of C alum anticipates south campus growth, rehabs old apartment buildings for students

Craig Huffman knows about living in Hyde Park. Having grown up on the South Side and received two degrees from the University of Chicago, Huffman unveiled an 18-unit luxury residence in Woodlawn last Sunday.

  /  

March 3, 2009

University holds discussion with Jewish students to address recent bias concerns

Academic centers’ sponsorship of events doesn’t signify an endorsement of ideas, says Davenport on Gaza panel

  /  

March 3, 2009

Making economy his issue, candidate Wheelan lunches with students

Wheelan, a senior lecturer in the Harris School of Public Policy and author of Naked Economics, met with students to discuss the nation’s financial woes and the future of the economy.

  /  

February 27, 2009

Law School dean Saul Levmore announces 2010 retirement

Saul Levmore announced that he will be resigning his position as dean of the University’s Law School in an e-mail sent to students and faculty on Tuesday. As dean, Levmore received praise and criticism for cutting off wireless internet access in the…

  /  

February 20, 2009

Swastika flag and name-calling mar Gaza panel

Gaza panel organizer: Altercation and offensive flag distract from the real political debate

  /  

January 13, 2009

Housing office proposes all-you-can-eat dining plan

University Housing and Dining Services will offer unlimited all-you-can-eat meals to all undergraduates living in housing next year under the new dining plan they unveiled to the Inter-House Council (IHC) last week.

  /  

November 21, 2008

Harper Library renovations to include revamped reading rooms, new café

Students met with planners Wednesday to discuss the redesign of the second floor of Harper Memorial Library, preparing the space to become a 24-hour student activity hub.

  /  

November 21, 2008