Eric M. Heath will oversee the University’s initiative to increase the number of UCPD officers by 28 percent.
University claims complaints predate stepped-up compliance.
The decreased credit rating is due to elevated debt and operating deficits.
“The orange square has become the symbol of divestment, so we thought it would be powerful to put one in the quad for each faculty member who signed our letter.”
“This kind of dialogue is not about growth. It’s not about healing.”
UChicago’s Phi Delta Theta chapter will be “re-colonized” after current members graduate.
Fight for Just Food says Aramark is Part of the “Prison-Industrial Complex.”
The eight complaints that were reviewed by the IRC focused on racial profiling, unprofessional or rude behavior, and unwarranted search or damage of property.
“It is only in bringing diverse perspectives…that we can work towards the future that Dr. King imagined.”
The Citizens Police Data Project is the result of years of litigation and FOIA requests.
New Graduate Residence Hall and Breckenridge, the two other dorms set to close, will not be sold.
The College ranked 1151 out of 1275 universities included in the ranking, based upon “best value.”
Students with the Southside Solidarity Network and the UChicago Climate Action Network participated in a die-in for higher taxes on the rich.
The week culminated in a rally outside of Levi Hall in which protestors accused the administration of racial profiling, over-policing, and lack of transparency.
“People have been asking me, are you an activist, or are you a journalist?…And my answer is…that I am just a reporter asking questions. However, there are some times in which as a journalist, you have to take a stand.”
Pulitzer prize-winning author gives talk about his experiences as an author of color.
CCSS will support low-income and first-generation students’ transition into the College.
“We’re trying to reach out to a wider group of faculty across divisions to get a representative sense of faculty priorities in what should be advocated for.”
“Some of our most important goals are to reduce the stress of applying to college and to make that process more accessible for students from diverse backgrounds.”
“Location, time of day and number of suspects [involved in the incidents] suggest a possible pattern”
University credit rating outlook described as “stable” by global credit rating company.
Mauricio Tenorio-Trillo received an award for his book on the art and culture of Mexico City from 1880-1940.
The UCPD’s Community Advisory Board will include members from Oakland, Kenwood, Hyde Park, and Woodlawn neighborhoods.
Neither Provost Isaacs nor the University’s News Office could be reached for comment.
This program would allow leaders of student groups to apply for $250 stipends every quarter to offset some of the costs of working so that they will be able to devote sufficient time to their organizations.
The University’s financial aid budget is set to rise to $117 million next year.
“The point was to draw attention to the issue and show how far we are able to go.”
Will Burns won 55.4% of the fourth ward vote and Leslie Hairston won 52.5% of the fifth ward vote.
Wilson is tied for second place behind current mayor Rahm Emanuel.
UCMC adult Level I trauma center operated 1986–1988
The center has been in development for the past 13 years and will employ over 40 faculty experts.
Partisan and nonpartisan student groups are campaigning on behalf on municipal candidates
UCMC declares no interest in building a new trauma center.
Provost Isaac in an email says new council to accompany climate survey.
The donation will fund four programs, including one targeted to aide international students.
The program will match first-year, first-generation students with alumni mentors who were first-generation students in college.
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The role would focus on House environmental sustainability efforts.
Raekwon Franklin was identified as the suspect arrested as the perpetrator of two sexual assaults.
The Provost announced Brenda Johnson’s appointment as Library Director last week.
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New academy will allow leaders in nonprofits, governmental organizations to strengthen their skills and the impact of their organizations.