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Watch Obama's First Public Appearance Since Leaving Office
The former president is set to address hundreds of students at the University of Chicago at 12 PM EST.
Watch Obama's first public speech since leaving the White House
In his first public address since leaving the White House, former President Barack Obama will apparently avoid one topic in particular: his successor, Donald Trump.
Video Games vs. Work
'Candy Crush' Maker Works with Economists to Release Study on Discounts
Heavy discounts on large bundles of digital goods have no impact on profit, study finds.
Why You Should Order the Same Dish as Your Tinder Date
Researchers at the University of Chicago have found that when strangers eat similar foods, they become more trusting of one another and perform better in negotiation tasks.
How Campus Rape Victims Get Hurt by the Laws That Are Supposed to Protect Them
Title IX requires universities to protect students from "hostile environments" on campus—which can be interpreted as both raping someone and publicly accusing someone of rape.
Lack of Sleep Could Be Why You Have the Munchies
According to a new study from the University of Chicago, lack of sleep may alter brain chemicals in a similar way to the hunger-boosting ingredient found in cannabis.
What We Know About the Guy Whose Alleged Mass Murder Threat Shut Down the University of Chicago Monday
He faces five years in prison, but federal prosecutors don't consider him a threat.
Crime & Drugs
Suspect Charged with Threatening a Massacre on University of Chicago Campus
The 21-year-old suspect allegedly made clear that he wanted to exact revenge for the killing of Laquan McDonald by a Chicago officer. Video footage of McDonald's controversial shooting was released last week.
University of Chicago Shuts Down Campus in Response to Threat of Gun Violence
An anonymous online threat warned that an act of violence would take place at the main quadrangle in the center of campus at around 10am on Monday, prompting the FBI to warn college officials.
Religious Kids Are More Selfish Than Non-Religious Kids, Study Says
A new study finds that kids from religious households tend not to share as much as their nonreligious counterparts. Kids from religious households also tended to be more judgmental about people's actions and believed in harsher punishments.
Inside FEE LION's Minimalist Pop Performance Art Party
This is performance art and “witch disco”.
B. David Zarley