Maria Mauriello


Spirit Week connects RSOs

The second annual week of demonstrations, mediation and art celebrated faith-based groups on campus.


May 20, 2011

U of C alcohol study could help curb binge drinking

Heavy drinkers are more sensitive to the euphoric effects of drinking, according to the study led by U of C psychiatrist Andrea King.


April 15, 2011

Robinson on Freedom

Pulitzer Prize–winning novelist Marilynne Robinson spoke on America's Christian tradition Wednesday.


February 18, 2011

U of C Press goes e-book friendly for JSTOR

“The benefits are that we will have our journal and book content on one platform and it will be completely cross-searchable,”said U of C Press Director Garrett Kiely.


January 28, 2011

U of C gets 'red light' for stopping free speech

In its annual free speech survey of 390 institutions of higher education, FIRE gave U of C the lowest rating possible.


January 11, 2011

VP for Alumni Relations and Development moves to NPR

Rather than trying to recruit funds based on an alumni’s major, Schiller understood that many alums had a wide array of interests


October 3, 2009

Fifty students choose gender neutral housing for fall

Fifty students will live with members of the opposite sex next year as the first full-year adopters of the Open Housing system offered in the fall.


June 2, 2009

Law prof criticizes settlement that could give Google monopoly on “orphaned” texts

University of Chicago law professor Randal Picker raised concerns recently over a court settlement that will grant Google the exclusive right to publish texts whose copyright holder can't be identified or found.


May 12, 2009

Cato Institute director criticizes interventionist U.S. policy

Preble explained that U.S. policy since the Cold War has favored interventionism to deter rivals and provide for U.S. safety. “We are the world's policeman,” he said, “and this was by design.”


May 1, 2009

NELC alum nets fellowship

Lauinger intends to use the grant to examine previously unstudied tablets documenting Adab, a town that immediately preceded the reign of Hammurabi.


April 24, 2009