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The University of Chicago will present honorary degrees to four distinguished scholars during the 523rd Convocation on Saturday, June 13, on the Main Quadrangle. The honorary degree recipients are glaciologist Richard B. Alley, cancer researcher Titia de Lange, economist Andrew Mas-Colell, and mathematician Peter Sarnak. Richard B. Alley, the leading glaciologist of his generation, will receive a Doctor of Science honorary degree.

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Anthony C. Yu, a scholar of religion and literature best known for his landmark translation of the Chinese epic The Journey to the West, died May 12 after a brief illness. He was 76. Yu, the Carl Darling Buck Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus in the Humanities and the Divinity School, introduced a comparative approach to the study of religion and literature that drew on both Eastern and Western traditions.

The Barack Obama Foundation has announced that Chicago will be the home of the Barack Obama Presidential Center, and the University of Chicago is excited to collaborate with the Foundation on this transformative effort. 


Please join us at the Gerald Ratner Athletic Center for an exploration into the connections of sport to environment, gender, diversity and community.

Student Government presents Sexual Assault Awareness week, a series of student-run anti-sexual violence events and programming.

Celene Reynolds, of Yale University, speaks about sexual assault and harassment on college campuses on May 6 at the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality.