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May 10: Jennifer A. Frey "Elizabeth Anscombe on Living the Truth" at Lumen Christi, UChicago

We’re thrilled to share this upcoming program featuring our co-Principal Investigator JenniferA. Frey, speaking at a program sponsored by one of partners, the Lumen Christi Institute. 256 more words

Virtue, Happiness, & The Meaning Of Life

Lessons Learned from a Crash in the Dunes

This post is Episode 1/3 of the Great Camel Odyssey of 2018, whereby I traversed 3 countries over the course of 3 months in search of one perfect camel ride. 2,374 more words


Poet/visual artist Cecilia Vicuña

I had the pleasure of seeing a talk/performance by Chilean visual artist and poet Cecilia Vicuña at the Neubauer Collegium at the University of Chicago last week. 350 more words


New course for Autumn 2018 @UChicago: Character and Commerce: Practical Wisdom in Economic Life

On the schedule for Autumn 2018 at the University of Chicago is a new course for undergraduate and graduate students by our co-Principal Investigator Candace Vogler… 327 more words

Virtue, Happiness, & The Meaning Of Life

University Of Chicago Gets Final Approval For New Trauma Center, To Open May 1

CHICAGO (CBS) — For the first time in 27 years, the South Side of Chicago will have a hospital with a Level 1 adult trauma center on May 1, when the University of Chicago launches its new program. 397 more words


Yerkes on the way to a Brighter Future?

 The University of Chicago has, once again after 13 years, decided to close famed Yerkes Observatory, the birthplace of American astrophysics and still home to the world’s largest operating lens type telescope. 315 more words


Student Protesters Want University Of Chicago Police Disarmed

CHICAGO (CBS) — Dozens of students at the University of Chicago led a protest rally on campus Friday, demanding the school’s police force be disarmed, and more funding be dedicated to mental health services, after a 21-year-old student was shot by police this week. 752 more words