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In the black
Maggie Anderson, JD’98, MBA’01, and her family spent a year trying to patronize only black-owned businesses.

Social (service) promotion
Child-welfare expert Neil Guterman becomes the School of Social Service Administration’s next dean.

“Energizer Dean”
New Law School leader Michael Schill wants to spend “every waking moment making our school better.”


Chicago Tribune (March 31, 2010)
Shoreland Hotel set to become apartments
After years of student living, the Hyde Park landmark needs some tender loving care. (March 31, 2010)
Chicago announces acceptance rates
After a record-breaking 42 percent increase in applications, the College admits 18 percent of applicants, compared to 27 percent last year.

Star Tribune (April 1, 2010)
Jarvis joins The Early Show
Economics and constitutional law graduate Rebecca Jarvis, AB’03, becomes the Saturday newsreader for the CBS morning program.

Telegraph (April 1, 2010)
‘Old-fashioned hunger doesn’t come into it’
David Kessler, JD’78, says “hyper eating” will end only when fast food has the same cultural stigma as smoking.

BusinessWeek (March 30, 2010)
NYU’s Blount becomes new Kellogg dean
Former Chicago Booth professor becomes leader of Northwestern’s business school.


Saturday, April 17
Volunteer at the Hyde Park/Kenwood Food Pantry
9:30 a.m.–1 p.m. | Chicago

Sunday, April 18
Storytelling on Public Radio
5–8 p.m. | Baltimore

Tuesday, April 20
Pre-Play Reception and Death of a Salesman
5:30 p.m. | Dallas

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Southern exposure
Across the Midway, new buildings are transforming the campus.


Powers of deduction
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