In Ida Noyes’ Pub, “draftsman” takes on two meanings.
The Fall Fair will feature interactive demonstrations from 11 arts RSOs and is free to students.
For those familiar with Florence and The Machine’s music, Ceremonials will seem like the next logical step in their artistic growth.
A Subway will open in Midway Market by the beginning of January, according to Director of Campus Dining Richard Mason.
If one tries to picture what an artist in a bar should look like, images of someone poring over a sketchpad with a half-pint in hand may come to mind. At The Pub, however, in the basement of Ida Noyes…
“Homecoming” was the operative word at one conference, “Guido Cultural Signfiers,” where a panel of University students outlined the characteristics of the American guido and traced the term’s lineage back through Italian culture.
It may be almost three years since the financial crisis of 2008, but public anger and mistrust of government financial institutions are at their highest levels in years, according to a leading survey co-published by the Booth School of Business.
A $30.5 million grant from the federal government will revamp subsidized housing in Woodlawn.