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DJ's Bike Doctor remains open despite financial troubles

“The bicycle business is a seasonal one that often presents challenges."


May 28, 2015

Foundation reviews UChicago Core Curriculum for education research

The Foundation is investigating education methods in order to develop its own grant program


May 8, 2015

University hosts Youth/Police Conference

"When I call what's going to come? A good cop or a bad cop? Are they going to be effective, do their job...or criminalize and penalize me before even knowing me?"


April 28, 2015

Two students awarded peace grants to improve communities in Africa and Asia

The students were recently awarded $10,000 Davis Project for Peace Grants to find "solutions for resolving conflict and maintaining peace" in foreign countries.


April 21, 2015

Chicago Innovation Exchange announces six finalists for grant

"If Chicago's sports teams prioritize sustainability, then we believe that fans and consumers will follow suit."


April 10, 2015

Illinois House gets input from University on bill concerning UCPD

House Bill 3932 seeks to make private police records held by the UCPD accessible to the public.


April 7, 2015

Chicago Park District may harness Lake Michigan’s waves to power pipe organ

The wave-powered pipe organ is inspired by one off the Adriatic coast in Zadar, Croatia.


March 9, 2015

First black doctor who taught at University remembered, honored

Author of “The Biology of the Negro” challenged the foundation of racism in the 1940s.


February 24, 2015

Study highlights gains from Match tutoring program

A new study examines a new tutoring program, modeled off a national system.


February 5, 2015

Legal experts Posner and Stone critique human rights law

According to Posner, international human rights treaties are ineffective tools.


January 30, 2015