Annie Guo


Professor Investigates Black and Latino Student College Choices

Micere Keels’ data suggests that the majority of Black and Latino college students are more likely to drop out laden with student debt than white college students.


April 19, 2016

Solstice on the Park Apartment Complex Back on Track

The project was revived in 2015 after being put on hold during the 2008 recession.


February 26, 2016

University Receives $3.5 Million Grant For the Study of Sanskrit

The grant will establish the Anupama and Guru Ramakrishnan Professorship in Sanskrit Studies, which will support the work of one University faculty member.


February 2, 2016

See Through Stigma Week Raises Awareness of Mental Health and Physical Disabilities

“I want this week to encourage people to ask for help if they need it.”


January 18, 2016

New stationary store opens in Harper Court

The new Hyde Park storefront is the second location for Noteworthy Notes, a Lakeview-based store.


December 1, 2015

Booth professor publishes new research on irrational thinking

Jane L. Risen identifies both magical thinking and superstitions as reasons for human irrationality.


December 1, 2015

Work begins on largest telescope to date in Chilean desert

The University of Chicago is one of the telescope’s eleven international partners.


November 23, 2015

Fourth-year chosen for Abraham Lincoln Civic Engagement Award

UChicago student Cynthia J. Avila was one of 57 students statewide to win the award.


November 13, 2015