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In light of recent events, an FAQ about the Facebook incident has been published here

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As part of a yearlong exploration of queer theory and the representation of transgender identity, Kristen Schilt and Chase Joynt hosted a symposium on Saturday, Nov. 8 at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts and at the Gray Center Lab.

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When he set out to do research in Iraq last June, Matthew Barber was not expecting a front-row seat for a humanitarian crisis. A doctoral student in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, Barber intended to study Kurdish and pursue his interest in the Yazidis, a Kurdish-speaking religious minority group.

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Mike Nichols, X’53, a satirist whose caustic wit led him to Broadway and Hollywood success with films including The Graduate, died Nov. 19, according to news reports. He was 83.

Announcements

Over the course of a week, University leaders sent two messages to the campus community about a disturbing incident involving a student’s Facebook page. These messages have raised a number of questions from members of our community. While the evolving nature of the situation and the sensitivity of the matter limit the amount of information that is publicly available, the following FAQ may help members of the community better understand the context.

Following the email President Robert J. Zimmer and Provost Eric D. Isaacs sent to the campus community last week, Karen Warren Coleman, Vice President for Campus Life and Student Services emailed the campus community on November 24 with this update on the incident. 

In light of recent events, Campus and Student Life is hosting community support sessions for UChicago students, staff and faculty.