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October 14, 2008

Top Stories

October gold: Nambu wins Nobel

Physics professor emeritus Yoichiro Nambu wins the Nobel Prize for his work on symmetry breaking -- a cornerstone of modern particle physics.

Yoichiro Nambu

Predator breathed like an eagle

Dinosaur fossils uncovered by paleontologist Paul Sereno help show how birds' respiratory systems evolved.

One for the books: Mansueto library groundbreaking

With a 3.5 million-volume capacity, the building will open next to the Reg in 2010.

Hyde Park's chess set

A College fourth-year's film documents the local players' moves.

Chicago in the News

From the Editors

This is the first issue of UChicago News for Alumni and Friends. The twice-monthly e-newsletter, produced by the University of Chicago Magazine, replaces the monthly UCHICAGO.EDU e-bulletin, bringing you news more often. We welcome your comments.

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Sunday, October 19

Harper Lecture:
Gun Violence in America

2 p.m.
St. Louis

Wednesday, October 22

Harper Lecture:
Thinking about Religion and Politics

6:30 p.m.

Monday, November 10

GSB Professor Harry Davis on Leadership in Transitions

6 p.m.

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Featured Profile

Dealing with the Financial Crisis

Chicago faculty, including the GSB's Raghuram Rajan, offer diverse opinions on the crisis.

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