Sitting several feet from his patient, Sudhir Srivastava guides a robot through a single-vessel bypass.
The Law School completes its makeover of the University’s first non-Gothic quad with style and substance.
“Like a new-born babe, yelling lustily,” was how the Chicagoan
announced its arrival in June 1926. Nine years later, it folded. And then it vanished.
Looking for some uncommon offerings this holiday season? Here is a selection with U of C connections.
Lite of the Mind
At holiday gatherings, alumni events, or wherever two or more UChicagoans find themselves in the same room, certain words and phrases always arise—phoenix-like—from the clashes.
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