Hans Glick


Uncommon Interview: Ruth Anne Whitfield

The Maroon spoke with Whitfield about the challenges along the way of becoming an IronWoman: a 112-mile bike ride, a marathon, and a 2.4-mile swim in shark-infested water.


January 14, 2011

Argonne battery will drive Chevy Volt

Argonne also unveiled new business agreements with GE Intelligent Platforms and LG Chem, Ltd., a Korean chemical company.


January 11, 2011

Core art requirement opens to creative writing

Two creative writing courses will now count for the Core art requirement, part of the expansion of the creative writing program.


November 19, 2010

Newspaper program ends, but may return

Student Government and Gannett Publishing are assessing desire on campus for free national newspapers after a four-week trial program ended Friday.


November 19, 2010

Campus diners lack late night appetite

Late night dining is still attracting only a fraction of the business it would need to sustain itself, about a quarter of what the program needs to break even.


November 5, 2010

Green market on 61st gets greenbacks

The 61st Street Farmers' Market was awarded a $61,000 grant last week by the USDA to expand its operations and start other green markets.


October 22, 2010

Hutch gets late night dining, though demand is undercooked

From Monday through Thursday, 9 p.m. until midnight, Hutch now serves biscuits and gravy, made-to-order breakfast skillets, and french toast sticks, Subway, and Bene Pizza


October 3, 2010