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Kushner gives notes on life and the liberal arts

The playwright was on campus all this week, discussing his art and influences


April 9, 2010

UTEP gets federal grant

The $11.6 million grant will allow UTEP o quadruple its class size, certify teachers in mathematics and science, and improve its curriculum and recruitment.


April 6, 2010

Acceptance rate falls by one third, reaching record low of 18 percent

While this is the lowest acceptance rate the University has seen in years, University officials say they aren’t focusing on numbers.


April 2, 2010

Community mourns death of Lab Schools senior

Senior Faith Fufang Dremmer, 17, was killed last week while on a bike trip in downstate Illinois.


April 2, 2010

Grads win Rhodes and Marshall scholarships, third-year wins math prize

Stephanie Bell (B.A. ’08) received a Rhodes Scholarship, Amol Naik (B.A. '09) received a Marshall Scholarship, and third-year Hannah Alpert received the Alice T. Schafer Prize for excellence in mathematics.


December 1, 2009

Z&H to replace UMart in May

“The dynamic of the store will be different, but the concept will be very similar,” Z&H co-owner Tim Schau said.


November 20, 2009

Cochran fields concerns on community garden

Cochran held the meeting in order to hear the community’s reaction to the garden closure, which makes room for staging construction for the Chicago Theological Seminary at 61st Street and Dorchester Avenue.


November 13, 2009

Girl Talk mashups come to Mandel November 21

Girl Talk, whose digital samples draw on trendy and retro pop and hip-hop tracks, is widely known for his energetic performances.


November 10, 2009

University Market to close

The market, co-owned by Esterly and Hans Morsbach, will continue many of its deli services in Medici Bakery.


November 3, 2009

New, shorter format for 2010 convocation

Zimmer will now confer degrees on all candidates during the ceremony at 10 a.m. on Saturday, June 12, 2010.


October 30, 2009