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Chicago Women's Alliance Board nominations now open!
Help shape the future of the Chicago Women's Alliance. Apply today to join the CWA National Board of Directors. Deadline to apply is Friday, May 26 (11:59PM CDT)!

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Tyehimba Jess, AB’91, wins Pulitzer Prize in Poetry
Committee honors Olio, alumnus’ collection of original verse

UChicago News By Andrew Bauld
April 11, 2017

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A Ride-Along in the UChicago Snow Plows
It was 4:45 a.m. on the Monday of finals week, and I was walking back from a late night of studying at the Reg when I got a text from Brandon Rux, manager of Grounds and Landscape Services at the University of Chicago.

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Dining with a Purpose: Community Engagement Opportunity!
Passionate about a social issue? Want to spark meaningful discussion? Like to entertain? Sign-up to be a UCSC Meal Sharing host!

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AlumniU Winter 2017 Programming
AlumniU - UChicago's new online learning platform exclusively for alumni - is excited to announce our Winter 2017 content.

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Make a Difference by Mentoring a UChicago Student!
Join the UChicagoWisr Network Today!

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Vote of confidence
A start­‑up founded by three alumni helps voters think beyond the presidential race. Read the full article here.

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Webvideo: University of Chicago Symphony Orchestra plays Saint-Saëns, Danse Macabre
During the October 26, 2013, annual Halloween concert in costume, the University of Chicago Symphony Orchestra, directed by Barbara Schubert, played Charles-Camille Saint-Saëns' Danse Macabre, Op. 40.

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Webvideo: Arts, Science, & Culture Initiative: Magnifying Identity
Jan Brugger (MFA candidate, Visual Arts, UChicago) and K. Supriya (PhD candidate, Evolutionary Biology, UChicago) combine biological reality and imagination to create works of art representing the lives and structures of ants.

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No magic show: Real-world levitation to inspire better pharmaceuticals
It’s not a magic trick and it’s not sleight of hand – scientists really are using levitation to improve the drug development process, eventually yielding more effective pharmaceuticals with fewer side effects.

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U Chicago to Freshmen: Don't Expect Safe Spaces
After a year of protests nationwide, one university is trying to be clear about what students should expect.

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Webblog: Black Youth Project launches unique survey of young voters
A new survey launched by the Black Youth Project at the University of Chicago uncovers the differences among young voters, who currently make up the largest and most diverse generation in the United States.

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Webblog: Prof. Forrest Stuart: Violence, Policing, and Poverty
In Studio With Forrest Stuart: Violence, Policing, and Poverty

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Swimmer chases Olympic dreams
It's official: Naomy Grand’Pierre is headed to Rio!!

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The Resume Exchange Comes to New York City
The Resume Exchange is Available to Help UChicago Alumni Improve the Quality and Competitiveness of Their Resumes and Provides a Unique Volunteer Opportunity For Alumni Looking to Expand Their Professional Networks

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Webcast: Obama Returns to the Law School
In a Q&A discussion with students and faculty, Obama addressed the Supreme Court controversy. Becky Beaupre Gillespie, Law School Communications,April 7, 2016

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A statement at the heart of the debate over academic freedom
In this 'The Economist' article the widening adoption of the Chicago Statement with regards to permissible speech on college campuses is discussed.

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2016 Alumni Awards: Dalita Balassanian, AB'01
The Alumni Club of New York City congratulates Ms. Dalita Balassanian, AB'01 on winning a 2016 Alumni Service Award.

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Justice Antonin Scalia, 1936-2016
Supreme Court Justice and Professor of Law at the University of Chicago Law School from 1977-1982 has passed away at the age of 73.

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Weblecture: India New Wave Cinema Revisited Session – 3
It covers a talk by Rochona Majumdar, The University of Chicago on ‘’Anger and After: Mrinal Sen’s Calcutta Trilogy” and by Satish Poduval on “Waves of Revulsion:1975 and the New Malayalam Cinema.’’

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Weblecture: Chemical Mind- The Battle of Thermopylae and the Discovery of Anesthetics
The Fourth Annual Brain Awareness Day program was produced on Saturday, October 24th, 2015 in the auditorium of the University of Chicago’s Knapp Center for Biomedical Discovery.

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Weblecture: UnCommon Core | Galileo's Trial
Based on the actual trial depositions from the Vatican Archives, "Galileo's Trial" will examine the issues that led Galileo to be tried for heresy.

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Weblecture: Wednesday Lunch with Rev. Alexander E. Sharp
"The War on Drugs – A New Paradigm: Health Not Punishment." Rev. Alexander E. Sharp (MDiv'96), speaking on the work of Clergy for a New Drug Policy.

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Weblecture: Announcement of The Pearson Institute and The Pearson Global Forum
Marking the landmark $100 million gift from The Thomas L. Pearson and The Pearson Family Members Foundation, UChicago held an academic symposium showcasing the work of leading scholars pursuing data-driven research in the study of violent conflict.

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Graduate Global Impact Internship Program
Expanding Opportunities for Graduate Students

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Join UChicago's Externship Program!
Are you interested in getting more involved with UChicago Career Advancement? Sign up as a host for the 2014-2015 Alumni Board of Governors Externship Program!

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Webcast: The 67th Annual Latke-Hamantash Debate
The Latke-Hamantash Debate has been a University of Chicago tradition since 1946. UChicago faculty members apply the knowledge and tools of their disciplines to resolve this age-old question in an evening of fun and frivolity!

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Webcast: The 66th Annual Latke Hamantash Debate
More than 60 years after the first Latke-Hamantash Debate at the University of Chicago, the University community came together once again at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 12 in Mandel Hall to weigh the merits of the two Jewish foods.

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Webcast: The 68th Annual Latke-Hamantash Debate
The University of Chicago hosts this legendary annual event, where faculty teams line up in fierce but fun-loving defense of either the latke or the hamantash, attempting to determine once and for all which is the better Jewish food. Watch it here.

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Hire A Maroon
Are you a University alumnus/a who has hired a fellow University of Chicago graduate at your company? Let us know and we will send a gift in appreciation!

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Alumni trio’s under-desk elliptical machine, Cubii, moves forward
“I always had the idea in the back of my mind that there must be something out there to help people stay active in the workplace,” Amav Dalmia said. Read the full article here

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Scientists paint quantum electronics with beams of light
“It’s one of those rare moments in experimental science where a seemingly random event—turning on the room lights—generated unexpected effects with potentially important impacts in science and technology.” Read h

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University of Chicago Public Interest Program Expands to New York and D.C.
Help this exciting program find new opportunities for recent graduates in public interest organizations

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Sen. Bernie Sanders, AB '64, at the Institute of Politics
The University of Chicago’s Institute of Politics was pleased to host an event with Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders (AB '64) on Monday, Sept. 28.

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The Impact of an Inquisitive and Ethical Mind: Remembering Frances Oldham Kelsey
Kelsey, MD (’50), PhD (’38) spurred landmark reformations in the way the FDA evaluates a drugs’ safety and efficacy, passed away on August 7th 2015, at 101 years of age. Click here for the full article.

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Lynda Caspe (AB '61), Sculpture, Sculptural Reliefs and Drawings
Gallery of the Office of the Manhattan Borough President, Gale A. Brewer Municipal Building
1 Centre St., South Tower, 19th Floor, New York, N.Y. 10007
April 1-30, 2015, Hours: Mon- Fri, 9-5

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Where will you go in 2015 . . .
Alumni Travel Program Opportunities

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Into the breach: Geoffrey R. Stone, JD’71
Geoff Stone will be the 2015 Harper Lecturer in NYC and his presentation is foreshadowed in this Chicago Magazine article Into the breach. Click on the link to read the full article.

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Chinese Experimental Music by Alumni Composer and DJ/Pianist
Catch the live show with Ba Ban Chinese Music Society on March 29, Joe's Pub in NYC

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Smart comedy built Second City success
As the theater turns 50, co-founder Sahlins recalls how UChicago lessons, audiences built its foundation. Click here to read the full article.

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Campus News: 4 dorms may close with Campus North
From the Chicago Maroon: "Administrators said that Maclean, Broadview, Blackstone, and Breckinridge may close during a panel for O-Aides"

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Big Ten Football: The Forgotten Big Ten Member, the Chicago Maroons
Name all the Big Ten schools that have won national championships. Michigan, Ohio State, Illinois, Penn State, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, Michigan State....Chicago?

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Webinar: Taking the Next Step 2014: Healthcare
From health policy to communications to food security, hear from alumni about working in public service and navigating the professional world after graduation.

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Weblecture: Talking About Religion in Public
By examining several case studies plucked from recent headlines, Margaret M. Mitchell, AM'82, PhD'89, will explore the question of the proper role of the academic study of religion in relation to contemporary media coverage.

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Weblecture: Pioneer to the Past: James Henry Breasted and the Birth of American Egyptology
Emily Teeter, PhD'90, is an Egyptologist and research associate at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.

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Weblecture: Chicago Economics Society Macroeconomic Masters Alumni Panel
On May 12, 2014 the Chicago Economics Society affinity group hosted a panel of UChicago's best alumni macroeconomic investors on Wall Street for an evening of investment philosophy, top ideas, and stimulating debate at the New York Athletic Club.

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UChicago scholar-athletes make history with NCAA titles, record school ranking
Varsity student-athletes achieved historic successes, including two national championships in individual competitions and a ranking of 16th in the Learfield Sports Directors Cup. Click here to read.

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Weblecture: Engineering Materials for Sustainable Energy Sources
Professor Galli will discuss how the combination of advanced theory and computation with state of the art experiments may lead to successful bottom-up design of materials for energy applications.

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Weblecture: Computation and Public Policy - What's the Big Idea?
Transportation, education, energy, the environment, law enforcement, unemployment, finance, public housing --- big public policy decisions in all these areas can be enhanced through the use of computational analysis.

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Weblecture: Water, Water, Every Where, Nor Any Drop to Drink
The availability of fresh water for human consumption is becoming increasingly constrained around the world. . This presentation will give a snapshot of water utilization, stresses, and opportunities for technological solutions.

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Spektral Quartet turns ringtones into art with 'Mobile Miniatures'
Cell phone alerts are often seen as unwelcome interruptions, not art. But University of Chicago ensemble-in-residence Spektral Quartet hopes to change that.

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Four Truman Scholars make history
Four College students have received Harry S. Truman Scholarships—the most in school history—tying a record that only two other institutions have attained since 2001.

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LIFELONG LEARNING at UCHICAGO


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Weblecture: 2008 Revisited - The Economics of the Crisis
This is the first of six videos from the program, Five Years Later: A Financial Crisis Symposium, presented by The Paulson Institute and the University of Chicago Institute of Politics.

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WEblecture: Energy, Innovation and Global Climate Change with Steven Chu
From science to politics, from innovation to economics, what forces will shape the U.S energy landscape in the 21st century? Chu will discuss the future of the U.S. energy landscape -- from fracking and oil sands, to renewables and new technologies.

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Weblecture: Urban Imprint - The Art and Science Shaping Our Cities
University of Chicago Trustee Daniel L. Doctoroff, JD'84, led a discussion in New York with a panel of experts from the University on creative ideas and innovative and ambitious plans to improve our urban environments. November 14, 2014

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Weblecture: East West West East - The Literary Lives of an Egyptian Novelist
A lecture by Gamal al Ghitany, a renowned Egyptian author, whose short stories and novels have helped shape currents in Arabic fiction over the past four decades.

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Weblecture: Who Wrote the Dead Sea Scrolls and Why Were They Forgotten?
In her Israel Studies Lecture, Rachel Elior offers an overview of the provenance of the scrolls and her assessment of their significance in both ancient Judaism and modern scholarship.

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Weblecture: Inside the NSA Review Panel with Geoffrey Stone
NSA review panel member and University of Chicago Law Professor Geoffrey Stone, JD '71, takes us behind the scenes of the panel's deliberations and inside the NSA's surveillance operation.

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Webcast: NPR Episode "Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!" For Feb. 1, 2014
Recorded at the University of Chicago, with Not My Job guest Paul Sereno and panelists Mo Rocca, Tom Bodett and Faith Salie. Click here to be taken to the NPR podcast page.

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Chicago Booth alum Satya Nadella takes helm of Microsoft
Microsoft Corp. announced Feb. 4 that Satya Nadella, MBA’97, was promoted to CEO, effective immediately. Click here to read the article.

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Weblecture: Wednesday Lunch with Mollie Stone - "Songs of Struggle"
Mollie Stone is a conductor with the Chicago Children's Choir, currently pursuing her doctorate in choral conducting at Northwestern University.

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2014 Alumni Awards: Bret Stephens, AB’95,
The Alumni Club of New York City congratulates Bret Stephens, AB’95, on winning a 2014 Professional Achievement Award.

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Game changers
From Major League Baseball and the NBA to Italian soccer and the NFL’s foothold in China, the sports world’s executive suites have a Maroon tint. Click here to read the article.

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NBA welcomes Law alum as commissioner
Adam Silver, JD’88, will become commissioner of the National Basketball Association on Feb. 1. Click here to read the article.

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Weblecture: Covert Affairs - Communicating Our Nation's Deepest Secrets
Tommy Vietor and George Little will explore the inherent tension between the public's right to know and the crucially covert nature of national security operations. Click here to watch

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WebClip: Nate Silver, AB '00, on The Colbert Report
FiveThirtyEight Blog's Nate Silver, AB '00, on The Colbert Report as he explains his return to sports analysis at ESPN and shares his predictions for the 2014 Super Bowl. Click here to watch

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Weblecture: 2008 Revisited - The Economics of the Crisis
This is the first of six videos presented by The Paulson Institute and the University of Chicago Institute of Politics. Click here to watch.

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Fourth-year Sarah Peluse wins Schafer Prize for excellence in mathematics
Sarah Peluse, a fourth-year student in the College, has been recognized for her excellence in mathematics and her contributions to the field with the Alice T. Schafer Mathematics Prize.

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University of Chicago to share in $540 million gift from Ludwig Cancer Research
Ludwig Center at UChicago to receive $90 million to support research on cancer metastasi.

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The Big Question: Does the Web Cause Political Polarization?
Chicago Booth Prof. Matthew Gentzkow, Law School Prof. Brian Leiter, and Chicago Sun-Times Editor-in-Chief Jim Kirk consider the Internet and political polarization.

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Weblecture: Clean Energy 2030 - Building a Sustainable Future
Twice a year, the University of Chicago offers the Joint Speaker Series for members of the University, Argonne, and Fermilab communities to foster new interactions.

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UChicago researchers use Hubble Telescope to reveal cloudy weather on alien world
Graduate Student Laura Kreidberg discusses new findings about the atmosphere of exoplanet GJ 1214b.

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Beijing’s top woman links higher ed and diplomacy
China’s highest-ranking female government official emphasized the role of higher education in forging diplomatic ties in remarks to Chinese and American university presidents on Monday in Ida Noyes Hall.

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Weblecture: Implementing the Common Core
The Politics & Promise of Higher Learning Standards. Interviews with U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and Frederick Hess, director of education policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute, are followed by a panel discussion & audience Q&A

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Weblecture: Lessons from the U.S. War in Iraq - 10 Years After the Invasion
Few events of the last decade have loomed as large in U.S. politics as the U.S. decision to invade Iraq in March 2003. Ten years later, what is the lasting legacy of the Iraq War?

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Webinar: Journalism and Publishing - The Winning Moves
Interested in seeing your name in print? Does getting into journalism and publishing sound like the field for you? Hear from journalists, editors, and entrepreneurs who have made it in the industry.

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Nominate fellow NY alumni for an alumni award


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Weblecture: Making Government Work - Senator Elizabeth Warren
In this Institute of Politics kickoff event for the 2013-2014 school year, Sen. Elizabeth Warren joined us via video conference to address the spending bill, the work of the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau and other topics.

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Hyatt Place opening brings new hotel to Hyde Park
A colorful new Hyatt Place hotel opened near the corner of 53rd Street and Harper Avenue on Sept. 17, adding an essential hospitality destination to Hyde Park’s flourishing commercial district.

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2014 UChicago Alumni Travel
Need help planning your next adventure?

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Ultracold Big Bang experiment successfully simulates evolution of early universe
“This is the first time an experiment like this has simulated the evolution of structure in the early universe,” said Cheng Chin, professor in physics.

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Weblecture: The New Digital Age with Google's Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen
A panel discussion of their new book "The New Digital Age: Reshaping the Future of People, Nations & Business".

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Webinar: Planning and Executing the Mid-Career Job Hunt
In a three part presentation, Marilyn Moats Kennedy, a Chicago-based career consultant, advises alumni on how to conduct a mid-career job search.

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Weblecture: Beyond Borders - The Politics of Immigration Policy
The outcome of the Washington debate over comprehensive immigration reform promises to have a significant impact on individuals, communities, the U.S. economy, and national security.

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Webcast: A Conversation with Elie Wiesel
Called a "messenger to mankind," Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel sits down with David Axelrod, director of the UChicago Institute of Politics, for a wide-ranging conversation about the humanitarian's life, his work, and his views on the world today.

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Chicago Maroon: Pierce - A view for the ages
The current Henderson House president excavates a Pierce history as residents past and present prepare for the tower's demolition, scheduled for summer 2013.

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Webinar: Creating a Compelling Resume for Today's Job Market
On January 25, 2012, Michelle Antonio, MBA'97, delivered a presentation on the best methods for crafting a succinct and comprehensive resume to attract potential employers.

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Men’s and women’s squads finish in top three at UAA Championships
On the women’s side, the Maroons achieved a second place finish behind an unyielding Emory with a total of 1,435 points. On the men’s side, the South Siders tallied 1,230.5 points to finish at a solid third place behind Emory and Carnegie Mellon.

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Weblecture: The Nora and Edward Ryerson Lecture - Quarks and the Cosmos
Pioneering University of Chicago cosmologist Michael S. Turner focuses his remarks on "the Chicago School of Cosmology," from Edwin Hubble and George Ellery Hale to the present.

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Baseball: Northwestern suffers 'embarrassing' loss to University of Chicago
After the game, Chicago assistant coach Scott Budeselich pumped his fist and exclaimed, “This is Chicago’s real Big Ten team.”

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Alumni can now access thousands of journal articles, book chapters from off campus
“Many alumni have expressed an interest in getting remote access to electronic resources, and the Library is very pleased to be partnering with the Alumni Association to make this possible,” said Judith Nadler, Director and University Librarian.

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The Chicago Maroon: U of C Law grads named most attractive in the hiring pool
A recent study found that graduates of the University's law school are sought out by large firms.

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The Chicago Maroon: Quiz bowl team vindicated
The UChicago team was awarded the 2010 Division 1 championship title after an investigation revealed that Harvard cheated in several tournaments.

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Daley and Ander: Don't Take Your Guns to Town
In a Wall Street Journal editorial, UChicago Crime Lab Executive Director Roseanna Ander argues that preventing illegal gun carrying is an important but neglected part of the gun policy debate. Ander co-authored the op-ed with William Daley.

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Obama discusses energy policy, sequester at Argonne
The President discussed the potential effects of the $85 billion sequester cuts on federal funding for clean energy research at Argonne National Laboratory.

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UChicago CFO talks endowment, fundraising with students
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Nim Chinniah presented a breakdown of UChicago’s various sources of revenue and types of expenditures at the second Leadership Conversation.

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Weblecture: Augusta Read Thomas discusses her original composition "Earth Echoes"
"Earth Echoes," a Franke Institute for the Humanities talk by Augusta Read Thomas, took place at the University of Chicago's Gleacher Center on February 13, 2013.

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Webcast: A Conversation with Jon Huntsman
Jon Huntsman, former Republican presidential candidate, former governor of Utah, and former ambassador to China, sits down with Juan Williams for a wide-ranging conversation on the state of American politics, the future of U.S.-China relations, and more.

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Webcast: A Conversation with Newt Gingrich and Maroon interview
Former Republican presidential candidate and former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Newt Gingrich sits down with David Axelrod for a wide-ranging conversation about his career, his views, and the future of politics in America.

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Webcast: Inside the Playwright's Studio - Charles Newell & David Auburn
Playwright and UChicago alum David Auburn (AB'91) returns to campus to discuss his work on the award-winning play Proof and current projects with Charles Newell, artistic director of Court Theatre.

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Vortex loops could untie knotty physics problems
University of Chicago physicists, Prof. William Irvine and postdoctoral scientist Dustin Kleckner, have succeeding in creating a vortex knot—a feat akin to tying a smoke ring into a knot.

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Weblecture: "Love and Friendship in Hamlet" and "Hamlet Revisted"
Noted Shakespeare expert David Bevington is featured in two videos, a lecture and an online discussion, that both focus on Hamlet.

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Nate Silver Weighs In On the Power of Data
Famed forecaster talks about political pundits, election predictions, and what comes next in this article.

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Weblecture: "Archaic Mark" - A Remarkable Manuscript Treasure or a Modern-Day Counterfeit?
The Library Society presents Divinity School Dean Margaret Mitchell who explains the remarkable story of "Archaic Mark".

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Hunt for distant planets intensifies
This article provides some background information for the 4 3 13 Harper Lecture by Prof. Edward "Rocky" Kolb on the University's involvement with the building of the Giant Magellan Telescope in Chile.

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Webcast: The Big Question - What's holding back the US economy?
In the second of Chicago Booth's new video series, Booth Profs. John Cochrane, Amir Sufi and Steven Davis analyze economic growth.

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Law School Prof. Richard Epstein on Gun Regulation
Prof. Richard A. Epstein, University of Chicago Law School, wrote two articles on the issue of gun regulation.

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I am Steven Levitt, author of Freakonomics. Ask me anything!
Prof. Steven Levitt, co-author of "Freakonomics", hosted a one hour Q&A session on reddit, 2-19-13.

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Weblecture: Urban Schooling: The Promise and the Peril
Urban Education Institute Chicago Harper Lecture

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Webcast: Politics of Guns in America
The University of Chicago's non-partisan Institute of Politics hosted a panel discussion titled 'Politics of Guns in America' on Jan 15, 2013.

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Webcast: Campaign Strategists: 2012 Explained
Last week, The University of Chicago Institute of Politics convened the lead strategists and managers from the Obama and Romney campaigns for a panel discussion about what went right, what went wrong, and what they learned in the process.

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Weblecture: Nature's Pasts, Nature's Futures: Perspectives on India's Environmental History
The Program On The Global Environment hosted a Distinguished Lecture by visiting Prof. Mahesh Rangarajan, Director, Nehru Memorial Musuem and Library.

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Weblecture: Prof. Eric Slauter on the Declaration of Independence
In America's revolutionary history, no document is more iconic than the Declaration of Independence. But what does the document actually declare?

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Weblecture: Price Theory and Market Design
Prof. E. Glen Weyl lectures on 'Pessimistic social choice, optimistic social choice and the problem of voting'

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Webcast: How the Higgs Boson Discovery Swept the World
Why has the Higgs boson caused such a stir around the world? Watch this webcast to find out.

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More than 30,000 prospective College students apply to UChicago
Applications to the College set a new record this year, with 30,369 students from diverse backgrounds submitting applications.

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University of Chicago to Close Pierce Dorm
By Sam Cholke, DNAinfo Reporter/Producer

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Creative energy
A composer and an astrophysicist embrace feeling lost in space.

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A Conversation with David Axelrod (Webcast link)
In his first public forum since the election, David Axelrod, senior strategist for President Obama's reelection campaign, reflected on the 2012 contest.

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University of Chicago named one of world's best universities
Chicago Business Journal Date: Tuesday, October 23, 2012, 9:34am CDT

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