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Candidates for Executive Slate, Undergraduate Liaison to the Board of Trustee and Community and Government Liaison explained their platforms and debated audience questions.
“Chicago is my main hope.”
“We must realize that there needs to be a broader dialogue on campus between…all individuals invested in this issue.”
Group aims to field Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl team by next November.
Graduate student intervention in SG budget allocation may prevent lower-income students from participating in academic teams
The elections begin this Wednesday.
“Fellow fans of the private sector– well you must be, you’re here at the University of Chicago, a private university.”
The quarterly debate showcase, hosted by the Chicago Debate Society, came after discussions over free speech on campuses across the country and governments around the world.
The debate was held by the Chicago Society.
Open inquiry means opening our minds to those who disagree with us.
Candidates talked about UCPD, U-Pass, and divestment, among other issues.
UChicago hosted the 2014 Republican primary candidates on Tuesday evening.
College Republicans president outlines agenda for party both nationally and on campus.
CAT inefficiencies call for increased oversight and more regular meetings.
CAT received $190,000 in funding for the 2013-2014 academic year, a 5.56 percent increase.
The UC Dems and College Republicans squared off in a lively, IOP-hosted debate.
Candidates proposed an increase in student involvement and representation in SG, as well as more open communication between the Board of Trustees and students.
Nearly 900 students, faculty, and community members attended the 66th Annual Latke-Hamantash Debate.
Op-ed by Students for Justice in Palestine perpetuates radicalization of Israel-Palestine debate.
Presidential debate omits women, LGBT rights.
PETA and the Chicago Debate Society joined to debate “Is Eating Meat Ethical?” Wednesday night at Kent.
Slate and liaison candidates talked budget and transparency in the annual debate last night.