Nathalie Gorman


U of C Administrators

All the President's men


September 19, 2010

University surveys students before making more plans for Harper

The library, which was renovated over the summer and made into a 24-hour study space, is conducting a two-week student survey in the hopes of making the space suit the needs students better.


April 30, 2010

Some take walk less traveled, graduate early, and pocket savings

Exhaustion from years of exams and problem sets, and the prospect of significant savings, is causing some U of C students to graduate early or take parts of their fourth years off.


March 2, 2010

Deutsche Bank to sponsor finance and risk lectures at Booth

Deutsche Bank created a similar partnership with New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business, which, unlike the U of C’s, will include risk management and regulation courses.


February 19, 2010

Uncommon Interview with Justice Albie Sachs

Sachs sat down with the Maroon to talk about his new course at the U of C, getting blown up, and the fiery relationship between reason and passion in law.


February 2, 2010

Mac Lab ends free printing

Students breaking Mac Lab rules threatened to "bankrupt" University, Lab director says


January 12, 2010

Grad student to attend Climate Conference in Copenhagen

“Our future is on the table and our future is not negotiable,” SustainUS's climate program director Rachel Butler said.


December 1, 2009

Discharge lounge latest in changes to aid ER wait time

The University of Chicago Medical Center (UCMC) will open a pilot discharge lounge for recently discharged patients Wednesday, the most recent in a series of changes that came out of a review of the hospital’s emergency room policies.


November 10, 2009

Admin responds to SOUL activism for workers' hours

Campus administrators responded to protests and a letter from Students Organizing United with Labor (SOUL) decrying the 35-hour workweek, down from a standard 40-hour workweek, for campus employees.


November 3, 2009

Summer Breeze outweighs star comedian in poll

Students voted down a proposed cutback to Summer Breeze funding this week in an online survey conducted by the Major Activities Board (MAB). The cutbacks would have been used to fund a larger winter comedy show.


October 20, 2009