Once the biggest capitalist in Russia, William Browder,
AB'85, became one of the Kremlin's fiercest enemies
after his lawyer was tortured and died in jail.
UChicago's collaboration with local businesses,
residents, and elected officials revitalizes 53rd Street
and energizes Hyde Park.
From nostalgia to Chicano literature to the Paris Salon, humanities students reveal the inspirations for their dissertation subjects.
Wall Street Journal (May 16, 2013)
Researchers at the UChicago Crime Lab find that weekly counseling led to dramatic behavioral changes among at-risk boys in dangerous neighborhoods.
NPR (May 15, 2013)
"This raises serious problems because it is the first
actual human cloning," says UChicago bioethicist
New Republic (May 13, 2013)
Professors John Cacioppo and James Heckman weigh in
on the devastating effects of social deprivation.
Chicago Tribune (May 11, 2013)
Speaking at the Law School, Ruth Bader Ginsburg said
the landmark 1973 decision gave abortion opponents
a rallying point.
Atlantic (May 8, 2013)
Rayid Ghani comes to UChicago to apply analytics
to the task of solving complex social problems.
Brian Muhs, associate professor of Egyptology, discusses death and taxes in ancient Egypt.
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