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6 key facts to know about low-income student access to college

College is a time for broadening your horizons and meeting people from all walks of life. But that’s hard to do if most of the students at your school are from the same socio-economic class. 1,337 more words


U of Chicago Library: robotic cranes, period!

The Joe and Rika Mansueto Library at University of Chicago

On the second day of our Chicago tour, we went to the University of Chicago to visit its libraries. 584 more words

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Humboldt's Gift (Bellow)

The thing is, I like Saul Bellow. I od’d on him when I first encountered his work as a U of C student 25 or so years ago. 223 more words


Remembering UChicago Professor Philip Gossett

One of the coolest parts about being a student at UChicago is that you get to meet a bunch of faculty who have contributed so much scholarly work and breadth of knowledge to different fields and areas of research.  358 more words


The fight against poverty often focuses on the wrong things

Microsoft cofounder and billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates believes chickens are an important tool to fight global poverty. He donated 100,000 of the birds to poor rural families in developing countries last year. 510 more words

Senior Sendoff: Waller Perez

We’ve got our last sendoff, on deck. Let us see what Waller Perez has learned over his four years at UChicago.

Waller Perez, No. 10, Forward… 369 more words


In Stevanovich Institute lecture, Jared Diamond examines evolution of religion

Jared Diamond discusses the evolution of religion in a lecture at the Stevanovich Institute in Chicago. Diamond is a Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Guns, Germs and Steel… 625 more words