RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

University of Chicago

A collection of news and information related to University of Chicago published by this site and its partners.

Top University of Chicago Articles

Displaying items 34-44
  • How heavy, chronic drinking can affect your body

    How heavy, chronic drinking can affect your body
    Whether it's one night or a regular habit, heavy drinking can do a number on your body, experts said. The physical effects of alcohol consumption range from irritating to serious to fatal, as alcohol is a risk factor in developing certain cancers or...
  • Study: U. of C. Medical Center best equipped to handle adult trauma cases

    Study: U. of C. Medical Center best equipped to handle adult trauma cases
    Of five Chicago hospitals on the South Side, the University of Chicago Medical Center is currently the best equipped to handle adult trauma patients who need emergency care, according to a recently released study. But while officials with the University...
  • Snapshot returns: 'Rehab Sunglasses' on repurposed multimedia gal

    Snapshot returns: 'Rehab Sunglasses' on repurposed multimedia gal
    So there’s this great piece of music courtesy of Dan O’Connor. It’s called “Rehab Sunglasses” and I’ve used this song at least twice in my documentary short work as a multimedia journalist, now for Chicago Tribune Media...
  • 1 dead, 6 wounded in Chicago shootings

    1 dead, 6 wounded in Chicago shootings
    A man was killed and at least six other people have been wounded in shootings in Chicago since late Wednesday morning, according to police. A 24-year-old man was fatally shot in the 8100 block of South Artesian Avenue in the Wrightwood neighborhood...
  • Hundreds march against police brutality on MLK Day

    Hundreds march against police brutality on MLK Day
    Several hundred people marched Monday in Chicago to voice concern over police brutality and racial profiling in the U.S. The march, which followed a 4-mile route that wound from River North to the Chicago Board of Trade, was one of several that took place...
  • Obama must veto Chicago parkland for legacy library

    Obama must veto Chicago parkland for legacy library
    A legacy is only as sturdy as what it's built upon. That's why President Barack Obama needs to tell his well-heeled Chicago friends they're not doing him any favors. His new tax proposal is just the latest evidence that Obama wants his presidency...
  • More time given for medical facility plan in Orland Park

    More time given for medical facility plan in Orland Park
    Orland Park officials again extended their deadline to finalize an agreement with University of Chicago Medicine on the outpatient care center planned for the village's downtown. At a Monday night village board meeting, trustees gave themselves until...
  • George Lucas: Museum could land in LA if Chicago falls through

    George Lucas: Museum could land in LA if Chicago falls through
    George Lucas said Friday that complications in his plan to build the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art on the Chicago lakefront may put Los Angeles back in the running. Last summer, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti made a vigorous push to get the “Star...
  • Dr. Harry Fozzard, cardiology specialist at University of Chicago, dies

    Dr. Harry Fozzard, cardiology specialist at University of Chicago, dies
    Dr. Harry Fozzard, a professor emeritus of medicine at the University of Chicago, was a leader in the field of electrophysiology, conducting research that centered on the ion channels in the heart that generate rhythm and control cardiac muscle...
  • 5 ideas: How the Obama library could enhance Chicago's historic parks

    5 ideas: How the Obama library could enhance Chicago's historic parks
    The University of Chicago's proposal to locate the Obama presidential library in or adjacent to Jackson or Washington parks on the South Side is an opportunity to improve and revitalize these historic parks and their surrounding communities and...
  • Jay Ambrose: Obama helped by staying out of the way, but here he comes

    For most of his six years in office, President Barack Obama utilized virtually every means a Keynesian imagination can cook up to give us the worst economic recovery since World War II. First came a waddling, often misdirected, utterly confused, obese...