The Law School will start its first free online course on July 13 on the tech industry.
CPS students and teachers scored their teaching and school leaders higher than the suburbs.
Allen Sanderson's joke hit a nerve on a campus focused on reducing sexual assaults for college students.
Rob Sama revived the classic Chicago pilsner after its maker's bankruptcy in the '90s.
Portions of Ellis and University avenues and 57th Street will be closed over the weekend.
Russ Zajtchuk is accused of punching one person, kicking another and pushing one student's camera.
The protesters demanded a South Side trauma center and a meeting with the university president.
"Grande Disco" by Arnaldo Pomodoro sat in storage for more than a year, but is now being restored.
U. of C. police will be out watching for drivers who don't yield to pedestrians.
Michael Morell will talk about his book on terrorism at the University of Chicago.
The sale offers half off art books and monographs at the University of Chicago gallery.
There is no official architect for the presidential library and architect's visit driving speculation.
With work starting on the 13-story tower, residents have renewed worries about parking.
In south lakefront neighborhoods, speed cameras have doled out more than $5 million in tickets.
The renowned Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians is hosting several weekend events.
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