Lee Harris

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CONTRIBUTIONS

IME Scales Up to Become Graduate School of Molecular Engineering | Newsletter for May 28

Established with a total donation $100 million from the Pritzker Foundation, it will be the country’s first school dedicated to molecular engineering.

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May 28, 2019

Stay Tuned on GSU Strike Vote; Northwestern Joins Quantum Exchange | Newsletter for May 20

Some graduate student instructors have already warned undergraduates that classes may be cancelled 9th and 10th week.

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May 19, 2019

From The Maroon's Photo Archives: Abortion Demonstrations in the '80s and '90s

As abortion restrictions are signed into law this week, The Maroon looks back at the long history of pro- and anti- abortion activism in Chicago. Most of these photos are taken from The Maroon's coverage of a demonstration against the Hyde Amendment.

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May 17, 2019

GSU Holds Strike Authorization Vote; Trader Joe’s Announced for 54th | Newsletter for May 16

Graduate Students United has announced a strike authorization vote.

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May 16, 2019

University to Audit Grad Student Pay; Dean Rasmussen Speaks With Inter-House Council; Scav Ends in Tie | Newsletter for May 13

Breckinridge House’s scav team, “Breckcest at Tiffin's,” tied with Snell-Hitchcock Hall’s team, “International Albequerque Balloon Fiesta,” after a weekend of frantic scavenging.

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May 12, 2019

CARE Wins SG Executive Slate; University Denies Faculty Forward Grievance | Newsletter for May 9

CARE slate will lead Student Government 2019-2020; the University denied a grievance filed by Faculty Forward; a Capital One Café is expected to open on 53rd Street.

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May 8, 2019

Capital One to Open Coffee Shop on 53rd Street by Year’s End

The café, slated to open before the end of the year, will have both a commercial banking storefront and a coffee shop.

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May 7, 2019

Polls Open in Student Government Elections; Harris School Celebrates Move into Keller Center | Newsletter for May 6

Student Government candidates gathered Thursday night for a debate ahead of school-wide elections, which begin today and are open through Wednesday.

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May 6, 2019

Labor Groups Lead May Day Protest; SG Passes Pro-GSU Resolution; Trauma Center Turns One | Newsletter for May 2

University of Chicago Labor Council led a May Day March, Student Government passed a pro-GSU resolution, and The Maroon interviewed the first-year “Trust Slate” student government candidates.

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May 2, 2019

IfNotNow Sit-In at Hillel; Hairston Talks CBA; Grad Unionization Heats Up | Newsletter for April 29

Activists from IfNotNow held a sit-in outside UChicago Hillel; Newly reelected Fifth Ward Alderman Leslie Hairston held her first meeting with constituents since the long runoff election.

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April 28, 2019