Lauren Gurley


Sem Co-Op hosts reading for homegrown publication

Local magazine The Point held a reading of their latest issue on Wednesday evening at the Seminary Co-Op bookstore, welcoming students, faculty, and community alike.


May 3, 2013

Happy trails for HPAC resident

Artist-in-residence Jeremiah Hulsebos-Spofford's exhibit, Hall of Khan, finds itself muddled in disparate media.


April 16, 2013

Denied: petition to overturn liquor ban


April 5, 2013

Post office to be torn down for walkway


March 14, 2013

Yusho sure alcohol ban will be lifted

Yusho, a Japanese restaurant that will open at the former location of Third World Cafe on 53rd Street, has the University's support in getting a liquor license.


March 8, 2013

At Renaissance Society, Neff charts intimate territory

John Neff's photography exhibit just opened at the Renaissance Society. At a talk following the opening, Neff said, "I point my camera at people that I care about."


March 5, 2013

In MCA’s Exhibit, A, Macuga unites message and method

A Polish artist's dissimilar pieces ultimately harmonize through their consistent political leanings and, she says, "sincere" artistic intentions.


February 19, 2013

Booth panel closes divides

Booth panel suggests significant consensus on many policy issues.


January 18, 2013

U of C faculty collaborate on reproductive health research

The new center takes an interdisciplinary approach to research and education in global women's health and sexual and reproductive topics.


January 15, 2013

U of C leads nation in PhD dissertation Fulbright awards

Fulbright-Hays grants fund research in countries where the primary language is one not commonly taught in American schools.


November 30, 2012