Pete Grieve

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Newsletter for April 7

Social justice cafe opens; Fulbright scholar denied re-entry; new institute in Hyde Park


April 7, 2017

University Will Not Release Class of 2021 Acceptance Rate Until Autumn

In previous years, the data were released during Spring Quarter.


April 6, 2017

Newsletter for April 4

Title IX complaint against University Athletics; U of C files amicus brief; alum nominated to DHS post


April 4, 2017


8 a.m.

Title IX Complaint Preceded Promotion of Women's Lacrosse to Varsity Status

It appears that a former captain of the club team filed the complaint to the Office of Civil Rights.


April 3, 2017

Newsletter for March 31

Three new deans; President Zimmer gives speech on free expression; Law, Letters, and Society major returns


March 31, 2017


7 a.m.

Man Arrested for Racist, Anti-Semitic Flyers is Also Responsible for Unwanted Posters in December, Police Say

The damages allegedly totaled more than $1,000. Bail was set at $20,000.


March 21, 2017


1:12 p.m.

Newsletter for March 20

Spring break edition — Suspect charged after posting racist flyers, New U of C scholarship for kids of CPS teachers, Binny's opens on 47th


March 20, 2017

Newsletter for March 10

Disruptive protest and its discontents; anti-male bias lawsuit; liquor at Medici; grocery store planned for 61st.


March 10, 2017

Newsletter for March 7

Zimmer meets with Duckworth; Uncommon Fund announces winners; and The Maroon interviews the South Side Weekly


March 7, 2017

Newsletter for March 3

Sophia King's big win; an Olympian in MoS; RAs to receive salaries; Latina-focused sorority resurges; and CC reps invite Zimmer.


March 3, 2017