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Science integration
Biological and social sciences will converge at the Grossman Institute for Quantitative Biology and Human Behavior.

Lifetime of discovery
At age 88, retired physician Albert Liebman, AB’11, completes his College journey.

Harper enhancements
A summer makeover will improve the landscaping and replace the existing roadway to create a more pedestrian-friendly Harper Quad.


Chicago Tribune (June 8, 2011)
Arts and the city
A UChicago conference, featuring The Wire creator David Simon and actor Wendell Pierce, explores culture as a key to urban development.

Time (June 8, 2011)
Should a gene test decide which sports kids should play?
UChicago pediatrician and bioethicist Lainie Friedman Ross calls DNA tests to determine long-term athletic potential “disturbing.”

New York Times (June 7, 2011)
After 90 years, a dictionary of the ancient world
Every word in the 21-volume Chicago Assyrian Dictionary “becomes a window into the culture.”

Chicago Tribune (June 3, 2011)
Let’s make some Metra noise
Chicago Booth behavioral scientist Nicholas Epley says train silence doesn’t necessarily make for a happier commute.

Chronicle of Higher Education (May 31, 2011)
UChicago students hope to revolutionize course packs
Hosting material online reduces cost, but student entrepreneurs first had to answer a nagging question: was their idea legal?


Wednesday, June 22
U of C Team Trivia Night
7–10 p.m. | Cambridge, MA

Thursday, June 23
John Marin’s Watercolors Tour at the High Museum of Art
6:00–8:30 p.m. | Atlanta

Saturday, June 25
Coed Softball in Central Park
2:00–3:30 p.m. | New York

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UChicago love story
A Google search celebrates a six-month anniversary.

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Hire the humanists
Seven alumni share tips for finding a job in a tough market.