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On Friday, UChicago hosted the first statewide conference on sexual misconduct in educational institutions.
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According to Mearsheimer, Trump capitalized on the sentiment that “the people who have run the world after the Cold War, were, as my mother would say, dunderheads."
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Graduate Students United supporters on Wednesday night walked out of a town hall held by the Committee on Graduate Education.
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GSU members, who filled nearly the whole room at UChicagoGRAD, just got up, walked out of the town hall to protest the University’s refusal to recognize .
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The Chicago Maroon 18h
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“The collapse of the American labor movement over my lifetime has been an absolute disaster for the United States,” Ando says. Asked if he would recommend that the University recognize GSU, if it were up to him, Ando demurs.
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The Chicago Maroon 18h
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Prof. Cliff Ando: “The charge of the committee... is vastly larger than the material conditions of employment of grad students.”
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The Chicago Maroon 18h
At the Committee on Graduate Education’s Town Hall Meeting, members are pressing committee members on what concrete recommendations the committee can make to the Provost, why GSU has not been recognized.
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“The thrill of watching [] is that they feel as though they might fall apart at any second, but never do.”
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With a few standout episodes, season 11 of “Doctor Who”is finding its way amid controversy.
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He views the position of city treasurer as an opportunity “for the City to use its investment power and banking power to shape a political economy.”
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 14
While immensely entertaining, “Bohemian Rhapsody” skirts around several weighty aspects of the Queen frontman’s life.
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 14
Originally started on Facebook, Homecooked is a social dining platform where users can sign up to hold or attend dining events in their area, with 6–8 attendees for each event.
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 13
To many students’ disappointment, Chance the Rapper did not come to campus, as previously speculated. But Amara Enyia announced what might possibly be a consolation prize.
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 13
Full of clichés and lacking musical unity, latest album, “Simulation Theory”, fails to impress.
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 13
Snacks at the FOTA fall showcase, an innovative take on Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein”, a book talk by a pioneering French comic artist and more in this week’s arts calendar.
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 13
Halloween in Hyde Park has become associated with social media–organized gatherings of youth engaging in belligerent behavior and vandalism, leading community residents and religious leaders to discuss possible solutions for the future.
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 13
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Update: A spokesperson on Enyia's campaign said that Chance's attendance is not confirmed and the rally is moved to in front of Cobb Hall. The article has been updated to reflect her statement. "Coordinating schedules is always a challenge." she said.
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 13
Boyer also told a meeting of students that he ardently supports switching to a semester system.
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 13
Stony’s closure is the latest in a series of major developments to undergraduate student population and housing.
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 13
A song written by third-year Greer Baxter is being used in UNICEF campaigns for refugee and migrant children.
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