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Cease and assist
The University of Chicago Medicine sponsors a "violence interrupter" and works with CeaseFire Chicago to fight South Side violence.

Past imperfect
A new Oriental Institute exhibit illustrates how images misrepresent the ancient Middle East.

A nano-vehicle to fight brain cancer
Killing tumor cells in a lab dish is easy. The challenge for UChicago's Bakhtiar Yamini: delivering the therapy in the brain's hostile environment.


Chicago Tribune (February 13, 2012)
Scalia defends originalist view at UChicago
At the Law School, the Supreme Court justice says he focuses on the Founding Fathers' intent when deciding Constitutional questions.

Chicago Tribune (February 11, 2012)
Changes coming to Hyde Park
Renovations, restaurants, and retail spark a neighborhood revitalization.

Chronicle of Higher Education (February 9, 2012)
Here's more bad news about death
A new study from UChicago's Center on Aging finds that mortality deceleration in old age is a myth.

New York Times Magazine (February 8, 2012)
Why do we still care about the Dow?
Adam Davidson, AB'93, says the stock market, "an anxiety-amplification device," might be the least reliable measure for assessing the overall economy.

Chicago Sun-Times (February 1, 2012)
A historian--and part of civil rights history
Activist, author, and educator Timuel Black, AM'54, reflects on a life of leading the charge for change.



Saturday, February 18
Visions of Tomorrow:
Lecture and Tour with Pam Iorio

5:30-8:00 p.m. | Tampa, FL

Wednesday, February 22
The Secret Recipe of Innovation Ecosystems?
6:00-8:30 p.m. | Palo Alto, CA

Sunday, February 26
Cupcake Decorating Class
4:00-5:30 p.m. | Pittsburgh

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Buzzer beater
See Matt Johnson, '12, hit a long 3-point shot as time expired to give the UChicago men's basketball team a 103-102 win over fourth-ranked Emory University.

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Hug it out
Angela Wang, '14, wants to hug you.

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