Princeton and Harvard share the top spot.
With works such as The Coast of Chicago, Dybek is known for his ability to capture the essence of the city he was born and raised in. This Tuesday, he will read some of his most famous short stories at Swift Hall.
Former University of Chicago professor William Julius Wilson delivered the Organization of Black Students’ (OBS) annual George E. Kent Lecture at the International House Tuesday. Wilson, currently a professor at Harvard University, delivered a speech entitled “Framing the Issue: Political Discourse and Race Relations During the Era of Barack Obama.”
Hyde Park neighbors keep each other hip to the times at Valois.
The achievements of black students and faculty at the University of Chicago were as part of an ongoing exhibit charting gradual academic and social integration through the mid-twentieth century at the University.
Fledgling RSO Breaking Grounds plans to hail the coming of the next administration with a Great Depression-themed ball.