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Enter Logan
Onward and upward with the arts: a glimpse into the inner workings of the towering new facility south of the Midway.

Innocence won
A Law School clinic works to free the wrongfully convicted.

Levi's legacy
Six University provosts will gather September 21 to celebrate the first, Edward H. Levi, 50 years after his appointment. The event is free and open to the public.



US News & World Report (September 12, 2012)
Go fourth
In the latest national university rankings, UChicago is tied with Columbia at No. 4.

Economist (September 8, 2012)
Bargain bosses
American chief executives are not overpaid, Chicago Booth's Steven Kaplan argues.

New Yorker (September 7, 2012)
An open letter to Wikipedia
Author Philip Roth, AM'55, wanted to correct an online entry about one of his own novels, but he was not considered a credible source.

Chicago Reader (September 6, 2012)
Posner v. Scalia
In a high-profile debate over the merits of legal originalism, two revered legal minds--and former UChicago Law School colleagues--render judgments against each other.

ABC 7 Chicago (August 29, 2012)
Woman, 53, to give birth to granddaughter
UChicago Medicine doctors helped a woman diagnosed with cervical cancer save her ovaries. Now she's having a baby through an unlikely surrogate.



Saturday, September 15
Wine Country Day Trip
12-5 p.m. | St. Helena, CA

Wednesday, September 19
Divinitea Tasting at the Tailored Tea
5:30-7:00 p.m. | Latham, NY

Saturday, September 22
North Carolina Museum of Art
Tour and Lunch

10:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. | Raleigh, NC

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A taxing experience
In an extended Daily Show interview, Chicago Booth economics professor Austan Goolsbee reflects on his tenure in the Obama administration.

 Watch the video.


Value added
As headlines warn of student debt, President Robert J. Zimmer argues that private institutions--with the help of philanthropy--can make college attainable.

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