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New poll commissioned by the Obama Foundation is consistent with previous polls conducted by the University of Chicago and the Chicago Tribune.
Although there have been opportunities to purchase land in Washington Park, the University will keep to the land in its previous proposals.
Several Chicago-area universities have proposed academic uses for the library, in collaboration with UChicago.
University’s credit rating downgraded, Obama initiative gives $10 million to UChicago labs, Museum Campus South makes play on Museum Campus.
The University outlined partnerships with different community groups if it were to receive the Obama library.
Administrators will work in tandem with the City of Chicago to bid for the library.
More than a decade ago, Barack Obama was chosen as a replacement to give the University’s MLK keynote address. Here’s some of what he said:
Susan Sher, senior advisor to President Zimmer, has issued an official statement regarding the library.
To commemorate the fifth anniversary of President Obama’s election, historical organization Forgotten Chicago led a bus tour of the South… Read more »
Controversial activist Bill Ayers read excerpts from his new book at a talk at International House.
The big names in the Windy City, and what you need to know about them.
Campus conservatives weigh in on social stigmas, the Institute of Politics, and speaking out as College Republicans.
Despite promising to advance a progressive agenda, Obama is moving too close to center on key issues in his second term.
UChicago remains a silent contender for the bid for Obama’s presidential library as possibilities for its location grow more specific.
The President discussed the potential effects of the $85 billion sequester cuts on federal funding for clean energy research at Argonne National Laboratory on Friday.
In Obama’s second term, the issue of climate change may gain renewed traction.
After moderating the IOP panel on the 2012 Obama campaign, the magazine’s Washington correspondent spoke to the Maroon about long-form journalism, presidential media coverage, and a journalist’s duty to the public.
President Obama’s former Senior Advisor talks about privacy in politics, how his college classes informed his career, and his old boss.
Harvey Mansfield discusses the Core, the relevance of ancient Greeks and Romans, and the risk of David Axelrod’s influence with the Maroon.
The speech marked one of three stops the President made to push his second-term agenda, which includes gun control and anti-poverty policies.
With mass shootings in the news, immediate public action is required to fix gun policy nationwide.
After four years of struggling to articulate his agenda, Obama’s MLK Day inaugural speech could signal a new political moment.
Fixing our broken immigration system must be a high priority for lawmakers in Obama’s second term.
IOP hosted a panel on gun control featuring prominent members such as Mayor Rahm Emanuel and UChicago Crime Lab Director Jens Ludwig.
Crime Lab recommends research on firearm regulation.
The University of Chicago Crime Lab issued a letter on gun violence to Obama’s commission created in response to the Newtown shooting.
Obama’s Treasury nominee is more a creature of Wall Street than Main Street.
An Obama campaign strategist and U of C alum discussed why he knew Obama would win and the future of the Institute of Politics.
The friend of Obama plans to pursue other projects in public health.
A U of C student witnessed the rally literally behind the curtains.
Obama’s favorite meal consists of two scrambled egg whites, turkey sausage, hash browns, wheat toast, and coffee.
The “Official Barbershop of the Presidency” held a viewing party election night.
A global perspective on a domestic affair.
While Romney and Obama made for a tough choice stateside, the French were all of one mind.
With November 6 upon us, the Viewpoints columnists weigh in with the issues, big and small, on their minds this Election Day.
The contrasting responses to Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy show that Big Government is sometimes a big help.
Debates could be informative with live fact-checking, third-party participation.
Two economic gurus on two sides of the election talk politics.
In its second large event on Tuesday, panelists discussed the economy, the role of minority voters, and the prospects for each candidate.
Ahmet Davutoglu praised President Obama for his multilateral approach at his lecture on Tuesday in I-House.
Chief Technology Officer for Obama for America appreciates what technology offers, but says the campaign is still based on quality ideas.
Environmentalist was joined by slam poet at I-House discussion.
Public Policy lecturer Clayton Harris spoke about city and state politics.
While everyone, from the White House to Robert Zimmer, says that talks are premature, the speculation cycle has been churning.
The Democratic strategist will leave the Beltway for the Midway.
The MAROON spoke with Goolsbee about his work in Washington, D.C., President Obama’s decision-making style, and how U of C students are about as stressed as White House staffers.
Obama’s refusal to take responsibility makes him little different from the typical politician
Honest Abe and President Obama have more in common than their Illinois roots, said Eric Foner.
U of C a capella RSO Ransom Notes sang the national anthem in front of thousands at the “Moving America Forward” rally Saturday.