Oren Oppenheim

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Zingales Class Protest

Ten students, mainly situated in the back of the seminar room, held up signs with messages such as “Rigorous Inquiry ≠ Hate” and “Tell my dead ancestors that reason can defeat hate.”


Jan. 30, 2018

Special Collections Expands with New Anthropology and Linguistics Papers

The papers include McQuown’s course syllabi, lecture drafts, audiovisual recordings, and notes on work by his colleagues, among other material.


January 18, 2018

UC Effective Altruism Hopes to "Do the Most Good"

A newly relaunched student group explores philanthropically effective charities, causes, and careers.


January 11, 2018

"Bright" Falters, But Netflix Still Shines

"Bright," starring Will Smith, is Netflix's latest attempt at disrupting the film industry.


January 8, 2018

UC Dems to Host Forum with Attorney General Candidates

The event will be moderated by a political reporter from NBC5 news and will feature representation from all the candidates.


January 4, 2018

Tweaks to Midway Parking Plan for Obama Center, Location Unchanged

Park space will be "more restorative and less active," but the site isn't moving.


December 18, 2017

POAH To Open Jewel-Osco in Woodlawn

In opening the store, the Chicago chapter of Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH) hopes to provide more healthy grocery options in Woodlawn.


November 27, 2017

Professor Appointed to National Academy of Medicine

Dr. Marshall Chin is the director of research for the Section of General Internal Medicine and the Richard Parrillo Family Professor of Healthcare Ethics.


October 30, 2017

University Releases Crime and Fire Statistics

The number of sexual offenses increased significantly between 2015 and 2016, while burglaries decreased.


October 16, 2017