UChicago wants your money

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President Zimmer emailed all of us this morning to announce that the University is having a major fundraiser beginning this fall. It sounds like it will be a bit more elaborate than a bake sale, though. Zimmer wants to raise $4.5 billion to to help support “faculty and researchers who are shaping fields of inquiry, distinctive educational opportunities for students at all levels, and innovative programs to enhance the University’s local and global reach and impact.”


China Conference hosted by Chicago Society

I-House to host major China conference this weekend

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Chicago Society is hosting a large-scale conference, “China and the World:  Business, Politics, and International Relations in the Age of an Asian Superpower,” focusing on major themes including economics, Chinese society, foreign policy, and the effects of China’s shifting role in the international system.


Scav 2014: There Will Be Blood

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We’re in Scav season again, and we’re starting off once again with the Scav Hunt Blood Drive. The Blood Drive started last Thursday and will continue until May 9. It takes place at the Duchossois Center for Advanced Medicine, located at 5758 S. Maryland Avenue in room 5G, and will be open each day from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


United Progress

United Progress Wins 2014 SG Election

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United Progress won this year’s student government election, with roughly 1,000 votes, while Moose Party received roughly 700 votes. United Progress is led by Tyler Kissinger, who ran for SG president, Arlin Hill, who ran for vice president for administration, and Aseal Tineh, who ran for vice president for student affairs.


SG Elections: Introducing the Moose Party

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The Moose Party platform cannot be easily summarized, largely because there isn’t one. Still, they are unified under the slogan of, “What could possibly go wrong?” and draw on Steve Jobs for inspiration.