Giovanni Wrobel


Uncommon Interview: John Kuhns (M.F.A. ’75), author, artist, entrepreneur

After studying sculpture at the U of C, John Kuhns has moved on to investment banking in alternative energy, and now novel-writing.


April 10, 2012

SG picks interim rep from 18 first-year candidates

Eighteen first-years vied for a seat on College Council.


March 2, 2012

University compromises over Woodlawn Avenue

In an effort to address community concerns, the University announced a preservation measure of five University-owned buildings in a public meeting organized by Fifth Ward Alderman Leslie Hairston on Wednesday.


November 11, 2011

Hairston digs in against U of C projects

Fifth Ward Alderman Leslie Hairston has announced that she will not support any amendment to an expansive zoning agreement that governs how the University uses much of its land, effectively stalling several U of C projects in Hyde Park until the U...


November 1, 2011

Residents oppose new University development plan

The University is proposing an amendment to include 16 of its buildings in an agreement with the city that would allow for development.


October 18, 2011


September 30, 2011

LIVEChicago wins SG election

ORSCA announced the results of the SG elections last night–Nakul Singh won the race for Undergraduate Liaison to the Board of Trustees and the SRIC referendum passed.


April 22, 2011

U of C Law grads named most attractive in the hiring pool

A recent study found that graduates of the University's law school are sought out by large firms.


April 1, 2011

Two Hyde Park cafés rank high in city-wide survey

Istria Café and Robust Coffee Lounge were recently named in Time Out Chicago's list of the top fifteen coffeehouses in the city.


January 31, 2011

Rethinking suicide terrorism

Professor Robert Pape argued Monday that suicide terrorists are motivated by invading forces occupying holy lands, a theory supported by troop withdrawals correlating with reductions in suicide attacks.


January 28, 2011