Zeke Gillman


They’re Back, Baby: Cleveland Orchestra Fills in for CSO at Symphony Center

The Cleveland Orchestra returns to Chicago, bringing music and applause.


January 23, 2017

Symphony Orchestras Have a Race, Class Problem

Ph.D. candidate Thalea Stokes explored the problem of diversity in symphony orchestras.


November 17, 2016

USO Concert Casts Spell on Audience

"Magic, Curses, and Spells": University Symphony Orchestra channels Halloween with Tchaikovsky and Harry Potter.


October 31, 2016

Humanities Day Celebrates Questions, Culture, and Man

UChicago faculty open their lecture halls to the public for Humanities Day.


October 20, 2016

Seminary Co-Op Celebrates 55 Years of Getting Lost in Lit

In an age that emphasizes immediacy, the Seminary Co-Op remains one of the few bookstores that values patience in the search of a book.


May 23, 2016

From Weiner to Loser: The Fall of a Representative

The film ably demonstrates the effects of the scandal on Weiner’s two marriages: to his city, and to his wife.


May 9, 2016

Space and Science Fiction Collide in an I-House Far, Far Away

"Has science fiction increased space exploration and degraded the novelty of the fantastical science fiction universe by excessively promoting space exploration with its elaborate descriptions of space?"


April 14, 2016

Neubauer Faculty Projects Announced

Twelve faculty projects to be funded beginning in the 2016-2017 school year.


February 23, 2016

UChicago law professors sign letter urging Governor Rauner to accept Syrian refugees

“What the governors are saying is that they don’t want to take people… but governors don’t have a say to let in people into their states.”


December 1, 2015

University opens new research center for the study of physical sciences

“The Institute for Molecular Engineering now has a home that matches our vision and aspirations.”


November 17, 2015