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Response to coverage of  P-Fac’s vote-of-no-confidence

Response to coverage of P-Fac’s vote-of-no-confidence

October 12, 2015

We are writing in response to your Front Page story of Oct. 5, “P-Fac: ‘No confidence’ in college administration.” The story is biased, unfair and an attack on P-Fac. The paper takes the angle of...

University of Chicago feels the ‘Bern’

University of Chicago feels the ‘Bern’

October 5, 2015

StuDents sitting in the pews of the University of Chicago’s Rockefeller Chapel at 5850 S. Woodlawn Ave. roared as Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders encouraged young potential voters to ...

Faculty Senate holds second private meeting

By Heather Scroering

April 30, 2012

The Faculty Senate closed its doors to visitors for the second time in six weeks on April 27 to discuss its “concerns” about President Warrick L. Carter’s leadership. Prior to the meeting, sources said there would be a possible vote of no confidence in Carter., but the vote reportedly was not held.Chronicle reporters and other observers were asked to the leave the forum after committee reports and routine business w...

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