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Frame of reference
The Nile is not just a restaurant in Hyde Park. Now it displays Middle Eastern photographic prints from the Oriental Institute archives.

Non-trivial pursuit
Benjamin Recchie, AB'03, gets his one and only shot at the mother of all quiz shows.

Hopping back
Rob Sama, AB'93, resurrects a piece of Chicago beer history.



WBEZ (August 21, 2013)
Fellows seek to unleash the power of "good"--with data
From crime to commuting, the Data Science for Social Good program brings high-tech tools to bear on intractable problems.

Washington Post (August 20, 2013)
Which economist do you agree with most?
A Chicago Booth panel develops a quiz that will tell you whose ideas most align with yours.

Wall Street Journal (August 19, 2013)
Take a cue from Steve Jobs's playbook
Chicago Booth's James Schrager, PhD'93, says brutal honesty, strategic thinking, and high energy are the three most important traits for entrepreneurs.

Boston Globe (August 16, 2013)
Crying wolf
UChicago's Robert Pape, PhD'88, and David Schneyer, AB'11, argue that the United States shouldn't be afraid of Al Qaeda in Yemen.

Commercial Appeal (August 15, 2013)
Memphis physician explores artistic side
Giri Swamy, AB'95, found inspiration for his online miniseries Headshop in his emergency-room work.



Tuesday, September 3
Global Perspective Series with Ian Solomon
6:30-9:00 p.m. | Mumbai, India

Thursday, September 19
Dinner and Lecture with Professor David Bevington: Love and Friendship in Hamlet
5:30-8:00 p.m. | Columbus, OH

Thursday, October 3
Neubauer Collegium Launch: An Evening with South African Artist William Kentridge
6:00-7:30 p.m. | Chicago

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Inside the quest for a better battery
A "desperate need to find new technologies" drives Argonne's Joint Center for Energy Storage Research.

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The song remains the same
Students graduate. Dorms close. But house traditions have a life of their own.

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