Christine Schmidt



An O-week procession.


Sept. 16, 2016

Black Lives Matter Co-founder Alicia Garza to Kick Off IOP Speaker Series This Fall

The IOP plans to have a “larger discussion” examining options for affecting social change this school year.


September 12, 2016

Currency Exchange Café

The Currency Exchange Café is one of many projects sponsored by the University’s Arts + Public Life department.


Sept. 4, 2016

Prominent Black Lives Matter Activist Named as IOP Fellow

Several students who have criticized the IOP in the past for a perceived lack of inclusivity responded positively to the announcement.


August 18, 2016

University Mourns Fourth-Year Renata Gross Horowitz

Her friends, family, and mentors described Horowitz as "visually inspired," "an explorer and creator of worlds," and filled with "enormous zest for life."


May 13, 2016

College Council Avoids Up or Down Vote on China, TBC Divestment

While some on CC hoped to close the book on divestment, others signaled start of a new chapter.  


May 6, 2016

Divestment by Bluechips, Divestment From China on CC Agenda

CC ultimately tabled discussion on all three proposals.


April 29, 2016

Both Sides in Divestment Fight Plan Next Steps

Resolution’s supporters will pursue socially responsible investment committee.


April 15, 2016

Hyde Park Mourns Its “Mayor,” Who Escaped Then Fought the Nazis

“He cared passionately about the community. He was one of the people that created the environment in the neighborhood.”


April 1, 2016

Looking Back: Aramark’s History on Campus

“Certainly part of the totality of the experiences we have had [with Aramark] will be incorporated into our process. It’s one of the advantages and disadvantages of being the incumbent.”


February 19, 2016