The case states that, in its treatment of the plaintiff, the University was “motivated by pro-female, anti-male bias.”
An opponent of the plan called to check quorum and then exited the room, leaving General Assembly unable to proceed.
Local 73 Union members will vote on a new contract tomorrow. If the contract is rejected, the strike will resume Wednesday.
Graduate Council can keep its medley of methods for selecting representatives, General Assembly decided yesterday, rejecting an attempt by Executive Slate to bring them into line.
Change would create elections in line with SG bylaws, but some GC representatives hope to preserve their own selection methods.
Ioan Culianu was renowned for his study of the Renaissance, magic, and religion, and a vocal critic of Romania’s post-Communist regime.
Police had initially been unable to identify Ambrose Monye’s body due to the time it had spent in the lake.
Activists argue that the University financially supports mass incarceration.
Some representatives asked to give explanations of their votes on the divestment amendments in response to The Maroon’s poll. The… Read more »
Maneuvering to stop resolution failed in an 8-4-3 vote.
“The proper response to ideas we do not like is not censorship, it’s not disruption, it’s not preventing those ideas from being expressed.”
Friday 3/4: The Effect of Climate Change on Human Rights 2:30–3:30 p.m, Institute of Politics, 5707 South Woodlawn Avenue Sheila… Read more »
The 2016’s Kent Lecture, a march by Phoenix Survivor’s Alliance, and the future of Hyde Park’s parks among other events in this week’s calendar.
Nearly 40 union members and supporters showed up to the three-hour rally.
Dean Nondorf signs report emphasizing character and ethics as admissions criteria.
“The Illinois Department of Public Health has not yet been notified that the University of Chicago Medical Center is full prepared to implement its proposal.”
One of the nine houses in Campus North will be named after Robert Behar, a doctor, businessman and graduate of the College (‘83), the Pritzker Medical School (‘87), and the Booth School of Business (‘11).
“In the back of my mind when I think about ethical issues in terms of war has got to be what’s happening in my own neighborhood.”
Forum considers Obama Library park space and the future of Chicago Public Schools.
Last Thursday, a bill was introduced in the Senate that will give grants to colleges in order to make textbooks that would be freely accessible online.
“Two little bronze plaques do not a Scammon Court make.”
Career Advancement launches a new job search platform to replace Chicago Career Connection.
“I just want grad students to know that this whole operation was designed completely with grad student success in mind.”
Don Draper’s peace is an ad he pitches to himself, and then to the rest of the world.
“You’d better build a trauma center now.”
Donated papers include prep materials for three graphic novels
Cupich expressed anxiety about the intersection between the economy and families.
Volunteers discovered five shelters, as well as a dumping ground.
University Trustee Steven Stevanovich donated $10 million toward funding the Stevanovich Institute on the Formation of Human Knowledge.
That is to say that the adaptation, which is now being broadcast as part of PBS’s Masterpiece Theater, is a remarkably careful and faithful representation.
Students will have until April 21st to complete a survey, administered by NORC, regarding sexual assault and misconduct.
“We actually planned to do it in the winter.”
The new luxury apartment and retail complex is scheduled for completion by the end of 2016.
“I do think that the lesson here is that the legal battle is only a vehicle for the community discussion. It doesn’t matter so much that we lost the legal case in the end because the community relations part is so important.”
Joseph Neubauer (M.B.A. ’65), a former CEO of the Aramark Corporation and serial donor to the University, was elected as… Read more »
Calvert House hosted the prayer gathering in response to comments on UChicago Secrets and Yik Yak.
In 1967 students held “sleep-in”
“They’re not looking for less America; they’re looking for more America. Insofar as they get alienated it’s because they’re getting less than they want.”
IT Services says engineers are investigating reason for lost connection.
Moody’s affirmed the UCMC’s Aa3 rating, the fourth-highest rating from Aaa.
The University of Chicago’s Department of Safety and Security placed third in Security magazine’s yearly ranking of 19 self-selected college… Read more »
On Tuesday, Kevin Jennings, the founder of the Harvard First Generation Alumni group, discussed how elite colleges often fail to… Read more »
Translator Olivares, University of Houston prof, claims he never gave U of C Press author rights.
Staff members will be made to change old passwords in first phase, students to follow.
Dining halls get perfect 100 percent rating in inspection by Gluten Intolerance Group.
Renovated Mongolian grill to serve gluten-free options.