Several students who have criticized the IOP in the past for a perceived lack of inclusivity responded positively to the announcement.
Her friends, family, and mentors described Horowitz as “visually inspired,” “an explorer and creator of worlds,” and filled with “enormous zest for life.”
While some on CC hoped to close the book on divestment, others signaled start of a new chapter.
CC ultimately tabled discussion on all three proposals.
Resolution’s supporters will pursue socially responsible investment committee.
“He cared passionately about the community. He was one of the people that created the environment in the neighborhood.”
“Certainly part of the totality of the experiences we have had [with Aramark] will be incorporated into our process. It’s one of the advantages and disadvantages of being the incumbent.”
Community has raised over $25,000 in less than two days for fourth-year Sydney Reitz’s medical care.
Aldermen Hairston, Burns up for re-election.
Axelrod discusses his belief in politics, students
Dorm named for $44 million bequest donor Renee Granville-Grossman.
Alderman Bob Fioretti discussed his mayoral campaign at the IOP on Monday.
Admin: “It is crucial that…we attack bias, discrimination, and harassment that can threaten [the University’s climate] and the individuals within it.”
Dia de los Muertos Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (M.E.Ch.A.), an RSO, hosted a Dia de los Muertos (Day of… Read more »
A refrigeration malfunction had some students crying over spilled milk at Grounds of Being, the Divinity School’s café, on Monday… Read more »
SG to hold referendum on stipends within month after ensuring signatures are valid.
Administrators said that Maclean, Broadview, Blackstone, and Breckinridge may close during a panel for O-Aides.
Move comes in response to article implying that Hanban director strong-armed University into renewing partnership.
One of the most school spirit–arousing events each year is the announcement of the Nobel Prize winners. With nearly 90… Read more »
If there’s something strange in your neighborhood…if it’s something weird and it won’t look good…who you gonna call? Instead of… Read more »
If the administration is represented by the gargoyles on Cobb Gate, then the trustees are the ones who decided which… Read more »
The gargoyles on the sides of Cobb Gate are said to represent the admissions officers who guard access to the… Read more »
Electrical fire on 58th & Dorchester, University sells Harper Court but maintains space, community group protests Vue53.
Chinniah says he accomplished everything he set out to do at UChicago.
A petition calling on the IOP to apologize for the use of a transphobic slur at an event has garnered over 1,100 signatures.
Bohanon was a biological chemistry major and is remembered for her enthusiasm and kindness.
Former U.S. Vice President and environmental activist Al Gore spoke on topics ranging from Common Sense to Citizens United on… Read more »
Two new deans will commence their roles in July.
Local vendors have mixed experiences with 53rd Street development.
Owner: “So you’re just going to push people out and raise the price of the rent so small businesses cannot afford it?”
The Myers-McLoraine Pool at the Ratner Athletic Center will be closing for the summer as it undergoes extensive renovations, according… Read more »
Students remembered Cohen for his wit and long teaching experience.
“The future of this country lives and dies by its cities,” New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said.
Kompare develops apps using City of Chicago data. “Everything I build is really user-focused.”
Four 53rd Street businesses, three of which are expected to open in the next few months, are applying for the… Read more »
Brazile said that the problems facing the black community today are the same as those faced 50 years ago.
Students hope to learn from more experienced activists.
Seventy-three students in the Class of 2017 were part of inaugural year of UChicago Promise.
The Institute of Politics (IOP) officially announced the identity of its “mystery fellow” for winter quarter, two months after releasing… Read more »
With new funding, researchers hope to uncover the “genesis and progression of cancer.”
The Institute of Politics is bringing politicians from across the world to campus winter quarter.
Delhi will be the third major University academic center, following Paris and Beijing.
The Center in South Asia will join similar major academic centers in Paris and Beijing.
A home once owned by Adler Planetarium founder Max Adler recently sold for $3.95 million.
The smoothie shop in Ratner has been replaced by a health foods store because it got too few customers.
Controversial activist Bill Ayers read excerpts from his new book at a talk at International House.