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  • Multiple options for Chicago-area applicants

    Multiple options for Chicago-area applicants
    Here is a look at major schools that offer Master of Business Administration programs in Chicago or the Chicago area. Many schools give students a choice of part-time (including evening and weekend options), flexible, full-time, accelerated, dual-degree,...
  • Robert F. Christy dies at 96; Manhattan Project physicist

    Robert F. Christy dies at 96; Manhattan Project physicist
    Robert F. Christy, a physicist who was a key member of the Manhattan Project team that created the atomic bomb during World War II, died Wednesday at his Pasadena home. He was 96. Christy, who spent 40 years as a Caltech professor and administrator, died...
  • Boundless opportunities exist in the computer science, info tech fields

    What was true 10 years ago is still true today: computer science and information technology are good fields to enter. What has changed is why people enter these fields and what they can do within the field has greatly expanded. Matthew Bauer, senior...
  • Clerk hurt when masked men armed with large knife rob store

    Clerk hurt when masked men armed with large knife rob store
    Two masked men, one wielding a large knife, injured a store clerk during a robbery at a Bronzeville convenience store on the campus of the Illinois Institute of Technology this morning, police said. The men walked into the store in the 3200 block of...
  • A focus as big as all outdoors

    A focus as big as all outdoors
    David Plowden's second-floor office in his Winnetka home is not the sanctuary that was his now-shuttered basement darkroom. It is more prone to distractions, but that is just one of the allowances that the celebrated 80-year-old photographer has made to...
  • Underwater hockey: A real thing

     
    Some people are incredulous when Ben Tolsky, 30, of Lincoln Park talks about his sport of choice: underwater hockey....
  • Monster Mash: Getty Museum exit; Nicole Scherzinger and 'Phantom'

     
    Pussycat Dolls singer Nicole Scherzinger will perform selections from "The Phantom of the Opera" on a 25th anniversary celebratory telecast honoring the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical....
  • Google honors architect Mies van der Rohe with latest 'doodle'

     
    The Internet search giant Google picks modernist architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe for its latest logo-tweaking tribute....
  • Metra Breaks Ground For New 35th Street Station

    (WGN-AM)- More than a year behind schedule, Metra broke ground Monday on a new station at 35th Street on the Rock Island District Line to serve White Sox fans and college students while giving neighborhood residents another mass-transit option. The...
  • Venice couple builds a modern home on top of a Venice cottage

    Venice couple builds a modern home on top of a Venice cottage
    Venice is home to a lot of extravagant architecture, whether it's Frank Gehry's playful deconstructions or Franklin Israel's experiments in postmodern collage. Yet even in such environs, Robert Choeff and Krystyan Keck's home on Cabrillo Avenue stands...
  • Urban farm is no fish tale

    Urban farm is no fish tale
    Imagine raising vegetables in an abandoned, four-story manufacturing building. And doing it without soil. An old building once used to manufacture plows for farm fields is being transformed into a dirtless vertical farm where fish and lettuce are grown...