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Higher costs force Metra Istria to close

The new Café 57 won't serve gelato or paninis, but aims to be more "bike-friendly" by offering whole fruit smoothies, fruit cups, homemade ice cream, and hoagies, said co-owner Tony Wilkins (M.B.A. ’86).


January 7, 2011



Nov. 24, 2010

Wheelan plays up the downside of economics at talk

"The political process responds to heat and noise and not to numbers," author and lecturer Charlie Wheelan said at a Harris School talk Friday.


November 23, 2010

In its old age, Hyde Park Neighborhood Club celebrates youth

The 101-year-old Hyde Park Neighborhood Club will invest in youth programming so the “club will be more stable moving into [its] second century,” its institutional advancement director said.


November 19, 2010

Rhymefest drums up campaign for alderman seat

Grammy Award–winning rapper Che Smith, a.k.a. Rhymefest, who co-wrote the Grammy-winning song “Jesus Walks” with Kanye West, hopes to become the next Alderman of the 20th ward.


November 5, 2010

At Shedd, experts say American oil dependence spurred Deepwater spill

American oil dependence pushed the Deepwater oil rig to its breaking point, sending the American marine ecosystem into havoc, said a panel of oil experts at Shedd Aquarium Wednesday evening.


November 5, 2010

Director of Human Genome Institute speaks at first Watson lecture

James Watson, who along with his sister endowed the lectureship, introduced Green and spoke briefly on his experiences at the U of C.


November 2, 2010

Midway construction paves the way for a more pleasant crossing

A $6-million project to improve the safety and walkability of the Midway Plaisance is underway, as part of the University’s efforts to improve the continuity of campus south of the Midway.


October 12, 2010

Recycles bike program kicks into high gear

The pilot program, which currently has 20 bikes, surpassed expectations, with upwards of 600 users and about 100 rentals per week.


May 28, 2010

America all dried up

The looming danger of a water-depleted America is unacceptable for University of Arizona law professor Robert Glennon.


May 21, 2010