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Molecular mystery
Chemists and medical researchers study the circuitry of insulin-secreting pancreatic beta cells that contribute to diabetes.

Well-used volumes
A Web exhibit, “Book Use, Book Theory: 1500–1700,” explores the early book as a practical tool.

Chicago helps Chile
The University community contributed $21,082 to help Chile earthquake victims.


Chicago Tribune (February 26, 2010)
Miracle on ice?
Chicagos Allen Sanderson says the citys economic reinvention has suppressed population decline.

Wall Street Journal (March 1, 2010)
How Milton Friedman saved Chile
Was the spirit of Friedman, AM33, “hovering protectively” to mitigate the earthquakes effects?

Chicago Sun-Times (March 1, 2010)
U.N. worker remembered as a ‘human saint’
Family and friends in Bond Chapel memorialize Andrew Grene, AB87, who was killed in the Haiti earthquake.

New York Times (March 3, 2010)
How women saved Social Security
Economist Casey Mulligan, PhD93, says solvency in the face of increasing life expectancy depended on women in the workforce.

New York Times (March 3, 2010)
Financier to head Kennedy Center board
David M. Rubenstein, JD73, hopes to help bridge the partisan divide through the arts.


Thursday, March 18
Alumni Networking Event
7–10 p.m. | Frankfurt, Germany

Sunday, March 21
Music of the Holocaust
24:30 p.m. | Tempe, Arizona

Friday, April 23
Ministry Conference
9 a.m.5 p.m. | Chicago

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From here to Hollywood
Hal Lieberman, AM’76, discusses how the University shaped his career as a movie producer.


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