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Professor Luigi Zingales, who sparked protests by inviting Bannon to campus, will deliver the convocation speech. [Read More]
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A three-member NLRB panel ruled Tuesday that the University "has engaged in unfair labor practices." [Read More]
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Grey City Reporter Rory Nevins dives deep beneath the "Nuclear Energy" statue to investigate the origins and implications of the Chicago Pile-1 reaction... [Read More]
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Garty organizers are angry about the interaction. The University contests their characterization of events. [Read More]
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12 Years a Slave director Steve McQueen employs masterful technique in his newest project. [Read More]
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Last Wednesday, the Oriental Institute and Special Collections Research Center received two portable museums from a "random confederation of unlike-minded vagrants". [Read More]
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Title IX Coordinator Shea Wolfe spoke about the proposed regulations and the University's response. [Read More]
Delta Upsilon had a party tonight, despite the University's letter. It comes after DU suspended social events. [Read More]
A preview of this year's vibrant on-campus art scene. [Read More]
Venture beyond campus to explore Chicago's lively art scene. [Read More]
Small changes, like renting books or using student discounts, can add up to big savings. [Read More]
The Obama Foundation announced its Jackson Park location in 2016. What's changed since then, and why hasn't construction begun? [Read More]
You can't stay in Hyde Park forever. [Read More]
"How many times have we been played about everything that comes to this community that's supposed to be for us, that's not supposed to push... [Read More]
"Don't be afraid to talk to coaches about academic setbacks, etc. Being transparent with them is important! Always put school first." —Sofia Franzon, third-year, track... [Read More]
"I hope we can bring out all the soccer fans on campus," Coach Mike Babst said. [Read More]
A recap of the biggest news items from last year, including the invitation of Steve Bannon, the introduction of a business economics track, and graduate... [Read More]
We've examined a few of the most prominent activist groups on campus-- here's what they stand for and how to get involved. [Read More]
The basics of the shuttle system and Hyde Park destinations. [Read More]
Good news, nerds: 86 percent of students want to be in a relationship, and only 33 percent are in one. [Read More]
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