Inside Levi Hall

Euirim Choi

Recovered internal administration documents detail university finances, responses to online "watch lists," and more.

August 13, 2017

14 Free Movies in Chicago This August

By Arts Staff

More free movies screened around the city this month.


August 2, 2017

MFA Summer Projects Find Home at Logan Center

By Mimansa Dogra

Adrienne Meyers, Shanna Zentner, and Jan Brugger give the Logan Center Gallery a makeover for the summer.


July 31, 2017

Graduate Students may Vote on Union this Fall

By Michael Lynch

The vote, which is scheduled for October 17 and 18, will determine whether GSU will represent a group of approximately 2,500 graduate students who are teaching or research assistants in union negations with the University.


August 16, 2017

Euirim Choi

Recovered Internal Documents Offer a Glimpse Inside Levi Hall

By Adam Thorp, Hannah Edgar, Sonia Schlesinger, Pete Grieve, Kaitlyn Akin, and Euirim Choi

Dozens of pages of internal University administration documents reveal information about the University budget and a number of upcoming initiatives.


August 13, 2017

Chip Somodevilla via Getty Images

Professor Stone Declined Alt-Right Leader Richard Spencer’s Request for Invitation to University

By Jamie Ehrlich

According to e-mails from early August released by professor Geoffrey Stone, Richard Spencer is “eager to return to campus.”


August 13, 2017

Jamie Manley

University Files Petition in Response to Library Unionization

By Deepti Sailappan

The petition challenges the push by student library employees, who voted to unionize at the end of spring quarter.


August 7, 2017

Coding Diversity Initiative Comes to Chicago

By Marjorie Antohie

R-Ladies is an international association for the advancement of gender diversity among coders who use the programming language R.


August 1, 2017

University to Offer Theater and Performance Art Ph.D.

By Jorge Ernesto Clavo Abbass

Professor David Levin, who founded the undergraduate Theater and Performance Studies major almost 20 years ago, has been named the chair of the new Ph.D. program.


July 25, 2017


Linkin Park's Chester Bennington Leaves Behind Reasons to be Missed

By Kardelen Sertsoz

In Memoriam: Chester Bennington (1976–2017)


July 26, 2017


Pitchfork Music Festival: An Impression

By David North

Pitchfork Music Festival 2017 took place from July 14 to 17, featuring acts such as Danny Brown and LCD Soundsystem.


July 27, 2017

University Considering Building New Residence Hall South of Midway

By Katie Akin

The tentative location was announced by Derek Douglas, vice president for Civic Engagement, in a community meeting in May.


July 19, 2017

Bubble Tea Store Files for Permit in Campus North

By Jamie Ehrlich

Permit calls for "first-time build out on a specialty tea store with associated electrical, mechanical, and plumbing work."


July 13, 2017

Exhibit A: Summer Edition

By Arts Staff

What to do and where to go on campus this summer!


July 8, 2017

Photos: 4th on 53rd

By Adam Thorp

Hyde Parkers marched yesterday in the neighborhood's traditional parade.


July 5, 2017

15 Free Movies Around Chicago This July

By Arts Staff

Summer nights are made for picnics, walks in the park, and free open-air movies.


July 3, 2017

Steve Edwards to Leave IOP

By Lee Harris

"All of us have both the opportunity and the obligation to play an active role in civic life,” Edwards said.


July 3, 2017

An Inside Look at the University’s Budget

By Euirim Choi

Private administration documents shed light on strategic budget deficits and deliberations on how to control spending.



August 13, 2017

Vue53 Will Be New Housing Option

By Adam Thorp

Rates for students in the recently erected building will match those throughout campus housing.


July 17, 2017

University Launches Center for Quantum Science Research

By Lee Harris

The project is a collaboration between the University of Chicago, Argonne National Laboratory, and the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory


July 11, 2017


All Bark, No Bite

By Anonymous

Modifying Title IX disciplinary procedures could force universities to comply.


June 7, 2017

OP-ED: More Than a Token

Elizabeth Adetiba

OP-ED: Chinese America: In Between

Anne Wang

OP-ED: Something's Rotten

Sarah Zimmerman




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