Tamar Honig


University to celebrate 125th anniversary

The University will celebrate its 125th anniversary throughout the duration of Autumn 2015.


April 14, 2015

Chicago students engage fans to help sports stadiums go green

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


April 10, 2015

Journalist banned from Russia talks career at I-House event

“I cannot go back to Russia, at least for the time being. But I’ve been persona non grata before.… I believe I will go back.”


April 7, 2015

Leaping into 9th grade: Local school group reviews Univ. research findings

Research analyst Paul Moore presented University findings on trends of student success from middle school to high school.


February 27, 2015

Students and faculty mourn victims of Chapel Hill shooting

“I just want people to realize how unsafe a lot of us feel on this campus and it means a lot that you all are here just willing to stand with us.”


February 13, 2015

Justice Kagan shares her view from the bench

Kagan recounted her path to the Supreme Court.


February 2, 2015

UCPD squeaks by in matchup with students

The basketball game between students and non-academic staff was meant to foster new relationships.


January 23, 2015

Students recount impact of Hebdo attacks in Paris

“Nothing can compare to the feeling when the Bastille came into view.”


January 12, 2015

Two expert neuroscientists to join UChicago faculty in July from University of Oregon

“UO is a public university with relatively little support from the state so that does put constraints on the ability to support research in the university. We’re excited to go to a place where we can really push forward a broad program of neurosci...


December 2, 2014

UIUC chancellor involved in unhiring Salaita discusses diversity

Audience questions focused on Wise's role in the decision to terminate Professor Steven Salaita.


November 11, 2014