“We do not support so-called ‘trigger warnings,’ we do not cancel invited speakers because their topics might prove controversial, and we do not condone the creation of intellectual ‘safe spaces.'”
“I think their strategy is to create a false fight for free speech to ignore the concrete struggles that are going on.”
Law Professor Geoffrey Stone recently endorsed Dean Ellison’s letter condemning trigger warnings and safe spaces.
“We’ll be focused on Washington Park just as much as we are on Woodlawn and the Jackson Park area.”
The suit alleges that on March 7, 2015 a former pledge was forced to consume an excessive amount of alcohol at a fraternity ceremony before he was singled out to be physically assaulted in a basement room of the chapter house.
The Mexican sandwich shop and taqueria plans to open on 57th Street in the next couple of months.
Barack and Michelle Obama announced that Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects and Interactive Design Architects will design the library.
“I’m obviously hopeful it’s not expulsion; I hope that I get to walk at graduation this Saturday.”
Robin Appleby will step down on June 30. Vice President at Lab Beth A. Harris will serve as the interim director, while a search is conducted over the summer.
The University has said that it will not divest from the listed companies, citing the 1967 Kalven Report.
Dean of the Harris School of Public Policy Daniel Diermeier will succeed Isaacs as the provost starting July 1.
Four suspects fled the scene in a white Impala. Neighbors told DNAInfo that they had seen the car circling the block over the past week.
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.
The teller handed the robber cash with a GPS tracker. He was arrested by a UCPD officer a few blocks from the bank.
“Our community needs and deserves equal access to quality health care, and we are now one giant step closer.”
The Hyde Park diner is the third restaurant in the chain to close since 2013, leaving only two locations left open.
The body wasn’t immediately identifiable because it had started to decompose, but police said it appeared to be an adult male.
Dean of Students in the University Michele Rasmussen will take leadership of the Office of Campus and Student Life.
“While we don’t know the complete circumstances of the crash, it appears that students were charged multiple times because they attempted multiple purchases upon seeing the error message.”
The University purchased the properties years ago to ensure a sufficient availability of housing near campus, but now thinks that other investors will fill the role.
The former speaker was sentenced to fifteen months in prison for committing bank fraud to cover up allegations that he sexually abused high school boys.
Ambrose Monye was last seen on April 21, walking towards Crerar Library.
Tickets will be available online for the first time, but only the first 800 sold in person will be rain secure.
“We learned that Zimmer has a ‘pet’ theater project, Dean Boyer wasn’t offended by ‘The Maroon’ calling his presentation to CC last week ‘anticlimactic,’ and Longbrake frequents Yik Yak.”
A discussion and vote on a resolution calling for divestment from companies with ties to Israel is on the agenda.
Events over the weekend highlight support from alumni and RSOs.
U of C Divest is acting in response to the “Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions” movement.
Psi Upsilon received one complainant’s contact information through a fraternity alumnus in the CPD.
The fund will accept requests for up to $4000 of funding from student groups, including Greek organizations.
“The Washington Park site is the more exciting possibility.”
“Even as it spends billions of dollars remodeling its campus, and raises billions more in capital campaigns, the University of Chicago continues to pay hundreds of its workers, including many students, poverty wages.”
The proposal includes new trauma and cancer centers.
Sir Michael Moritz and his wife, writer Harriet Heyman donated $50 Million and challenged the University to raise the other half in the next five years.
Curriculum changes, including the addition of a racial studies class in the core, may be in the works.
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.
“Something is wrong here: either the actions of the officers who dragged Mr. Coleman, or the policies of the department.”
The revision cites the UCMC’s improvement in operating margins and strong relationship with the University as key factors of the bond outlook raise.
Law school students will counsel CIE entrepreneurs on legal questions related to their start-ups.
“Sue loves Bill and Tom loves Bill. Sue can marry Bill, Tom cannot, and it’s only because of the respective genders of Sue and Tom. Why isn’t that gender discrimination?”
“What the hell is going on in Washington? What is going on in Congress? Are we ever going to have a Speaker?”
50,000 books, including textbooks and academic books, have been donated to the 9th annual annual community sale