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Flow, the state where we feel in command of what we do, execute tasks effortlessly, and perform at our best, was discovered by researchers at the University of Chicago.
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If you are looking for a graduate degree in economics and want to aim for the best, you may be wondering, "If I could write my own ticket, where would I go?" Or you may be wondering if the latest economic pundit you have been reading got his degree at a top notch school.
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Thomas Sowell was born in North Carolina and grew up in Harlem. As with many others in his neighborhood, he left home early and did not finish high school.
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Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is taking his message of a more inclusive Republican Party to Chicago, where he promoted school choice for poor families and planned to meet students at University of Chicago.
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Two Pacific University students were killed April 7 when a box truck struck their car at the intersection of Oregon 47 and Verboort Road.
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" Granddad's Dictionary: Reflections on life in America " is author Michael Moffitt 's attempt to get the American people thinking unconventionally.
Two episodes in the Indian publishing world have made many local publishers wonder what's going on, and how much worse things may get if things like these continue going on.
Brokers of Deceit: How the U.S. Has Undermined Peace in the Middle East, Winner of the 2014 Lionel Trilling Book Award In John Ford's film, The Searchers , Ethan is talking with his bother Aaron.
Barrel of Monkeys invites you to enjoy a summer full of brand new stories at its long-running, critically acclaimed revue THAT'S WEIRD, GRANDMA, directed by Artistic Director Molly Brennan , playing Mondays at 8 pm from June 9 - September 1, 2014 at the Neo-Futurist Theater, 5153 N. Ashland Ave. in Chicago.
Five Chicago Public schools are adding International Baccalaureate programs for elementary and middle schoolers in the fall, joining several dozen other Chicago schools that already offer the internationally recognized model.
What are the chances that Bernardine Dohrn, the wife of Bill Ayres, and a principal signatory on the Weather UndergroundA s "Declaration of a State of War" in May 1970 could be appointed as a judge in a Federal Court? Dohrn graduated with honors with a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Chicago and subsequently graduated from the ... (more)
Steve Weisenthal, senior vice president for facilities and university architect with the University of Chicago, will give a talk, "Architectural Heritage and Innovation," at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 29, at the Arkansas Arts Center.
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Easter weekend was no holiday from violence, with shootings claiming the lives of seven across Chicago and leaving 31 wounded.
So as the date for graduation draws closer, along with what for some would be the prospect of separating for the first time and going to different schools, they have made the decision to continue their educations as they have done all their lives - side by side.
America's big cities are moving in the direction of third world demographics. A smallish upper class lives comfortably, even glamorously, accompanied by a much larger underclass, the more energetic of whom serve the upper class as waiters, housekeepers, taxi drivers, and other service occupations.