Cyndi Flood

Cyndi Flood

Twitter account creates controversy – The Chicago Maroon

According to second-year College Council Chair Mike Viola, SG has previously dealt with concerns about social media accounts. Last year, a student expressed reservations about “Politically Incorrect UChicago Confessions,” a Facebook account that posts anonymous statements that offended ...

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Bridge species drive tropical engine of biodiversity | e! Science News

UChicago - Although scientists have known since the middle of the 19th century that the tropics are teeming with species while the poles harbor relatively few, the origin of the most dramatic and pervasive biodiversity on Earth has never been clear. New research sheds light on how that pattern came about. ...

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With lines around the block, Chipotle serves up long-awaited burritos – The Chicago Maroon

UChicago - Fourth-year Yadav Gowda and second-year Nora Dolliver eat at the new Chipotle on 53rd Street. The line for the highly-anticipated Mexican grill extended onto the sidewalk Wednesday evening. It’s a wrap. After two years of anticipation, Chipotle Mexican Grill opened its doors Wednesday on ...

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wayneandwax.com » It Takes a Little Sharing

The second PDF I want to share was co-written a couple years back with Jayson Beaster-Jones, an anthropologist who knows a heckuva lot about the Indian music industry and the role of “remix” therein. We casually started cooking up the article over coffee at UChicago — and later up on ...

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Infants show ability to tell friends from foes | UChicago News

“This study raises questions on how babies think about who gets along and who doesn’t,” said lead author Zoe Liberman, a UChicago doctoral student in psychology. “Parents will be interested to know that babies are keeping track of what’s going on in the world around them and are making ...

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Giving children non-verbal clues about words boosts vocabularies | Science Codex

UChicago - "Children's vocabularies vary greatly in size by the time they enter school," said lead author Erica Cartmill, a postdoctoral scholar at UChicago. "Because preschool vocabulary is a major predictor of subsequent school success, this variability must be taken seriously and its sources ...

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Winner of Truman Scholarship plans for a life of public service | UChicago News

UChicago - Third-year Gabrielle Newell has won the prestigious Harry S. Truman Scholarship, a recognition of her exceptional leadership as an undergraduate and her potential career in public service. Newell is one of 62 Truman Scholars selected from 54 colleges around the country. With the ...

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Borderline concerns – The Chicago Maroon

UChicago - Fixing our broken immigration system must be a high priority for lawmakers in Obama’s second term. Barack Obama made many promises in 2008. He promised to reform healthcare; he did. He promised to end the war in Iraq; he did. He promised to raise fuel economy standards, to invest in renewable ...

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DoVA students' Art Theory and Practice souvenir will vist venues across globe | UChicago News

UChicago - “At [UChicago], there’s sort of a glut of just stuff that people have done,” V2.1K contributor Ethan Tate said, and his classmate Gene Lee nodded in agreement: “The noise of fliers and paper.” Tate, Lee and the rest of the undergraduate students behind V2.1K found themselves ...

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Student activists say no fracking way – The Chicago Maroon

According to SSN member and second-year Ben Chametzky, about six UChicago students were chosen to testify. During his own testimonial, Chametzky spoke about the dangers fracking poses to towns in Illinois that rest on fault lines, including his hometown of Carbondale, Illinois. ...

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