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Why get married?

John D'Emilio

John D’Emilio, professor of gender and women’s studies and history. Photo: Jenny Fontaine/UIC Public Affairs

“We love each other and have lived together for 30 years. Why do we need to get married?”

John D’Emilio, professor of gender and women’s studies and history, on marriage equality, Oct. 27 New York Times

 

“Our success depends on having that early industry engagement.”

Kapila Viges, director of UIC’s new EnterpriseWorks Chicago business incubator, one of several university ventures to benefit startups, Oct. 27 Chicago Tribune

 

“One of the reasons Chicago works even better than San Francisco or New York is that it’s got neighborhoods like this where community theater can move in.”

David Perry, professor of urban planning and policy and Great Cities Institute fellow, on the outlook for Portage Park and its shuttered namesake theater on Chicago’s Northwest Side, Oct. 23 WBEZ