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Final concert of the quarter

Friday, June 2 & Saturday, June 3 UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, UNIVERSITY CHORUS, MOTET CHOIR, & ROCKEFELLER CHAPEL CHOIR The Cathy Heifetz Memorial Concert The Music Department's annual collaboration concert caps the season at the height of Romanticism with Brahms' dramatic Symphony No. 3 in F Major and a rousing selection of famous opera choruses from Verdi's Aïda, Nabucco, La Traviata, and Il Trovatore. Barbara Schubert and James Kallembach, conductors. Mandel Hall, Friday at 8 pm, Saturday at 4 pm, Donations requested

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Friday, May 5 - 6:15, 9:00, 11:45

Stephen Gaghan, 2005 - 126m
When it loses drilling rights in an unnamed Middle East emirate, energy giant Connex merges with another American oil company, and dials up a lawyer to ward off anti-trust lawsuits. The prince of the Middle Eastern country hires an energy analyst to help him build a progressive Western democracy, against the will of U.S. policy. A CIA agent (a role that won George Clooney the Best Supporting Actor Oscar) in Iran discovers improprieties in the distribution of American missiles, much to the dismay of his superiors. Put together, these story lines paint a scary picture of U.S. oil policy.


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Monday, May 1 - 7:00

Decalogue #1/#2
Krzysztof Kieslowski, 1989 - 55m/59m
In I Am the Lord Thy God, Thou Shalt Have No Other God Before Me, the dramatic opening episode of the Decalogue series, a scientist at a local University has faith in the rational explanations of science over a more spiritual path, but when his faith in science causes a family tragedy, he is forced to question his rational approach to life. In Episode Two, Thou Shalt Not Take the Name of the Lord Thy God in Vain a woman caught between her terminally ill husband and her lover wants an abortion for a child of unknown origin, and a doctor must decide how to handle the potential life of an unborn child.

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Friday, April 21 - 6:45, 9:00, 11:15

Cafe Lumiere
Hou Hsiao-hsien, 2003 - 103m
Commissioned to honor the centenary of Yasujiro Ozu, arguably the greatest filmmaker of the 20th century, Cafe Lumiere is another blink-and-you'll-miss-it masterpiece from Taiwanese auteur Hou Hsiao-hsien (it opened three years late in Chicago and played for a week). As in Hou's Flowers of Shanghai, ambiance -- doll-sized apartments, sun-soaked trains, cramped bookstores -- subsumes plot. The story ostensibly follows the pregnant but husbandless Yoko (Yo Hitoto), a young writerresearching the life of Taiwanese composer Jiang Wenye as she tries to resuscitate old relationships and contemplates new ones.

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weekend DOC


Friday, April 14 - 6:15, 9:00, 11:45

Pride and Prejudice
Joe Wright, 2005 - 127m
Jane Austen's famous novel about class, wealth, and romance in late 18th century England, like its heroine Elizabeth Bennett (Keira Knightley), was ahead of its time. This lush film adaptation of Austen's work, rife with exciting cinematography and strong performances, gives Bennett's character ample space to show just how far ahead she really was. "It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife," begins Austen's novel, and it proceeds to track one such single man as he looks for one. Come for the gossip, stay for the love.

Saturday, April 15 - 5:15, 8:30, 11:45

Steven Spielberg, 2005 - 164m
When the most famous scene in a new movie from the director of the adorable E.T. is a montage juxtaposing explicit sex and hardcore terrorism, you have no choice but to watch. Spielberg's political thriller, written by Eric Roth (Forrest Gump) and Tony Kushner (Angels in America), recounts the aftermath of the 1972 Munich Olympics massacre, in which the PLO terror squad Black September took hostage and eventually murdered 11 Israeli athletes.

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Land of Silence and Darkness
Werner Herzog, 1971 - 90m

Herzog's characteristically stunning non-fiction debut follows Fini, a remarkably capable deaf-blind woman, who describes the "land" of deaf-blinds and acts as an emissary for both worlds.

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Werner Herzog, 1977 - 45m

Herzog once called America "the most exotic country on the planet" for the antics and boldness of its people. This film about the World Championship of Livestock Auctioneers might help explain that statement.

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Time schedule of spring

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This course will train students in the basic principles of good empirical work: data quality, replication and interpretability Students will be asked to replicate several major studies on important economic and social problems The goal is to train students to understand what is credible empirical work and separate it from work driven by considerations other than empirical honesty and integrity. Statistical concepts will be introduced as needed but the emphasis is on data and interpretation of data using economic theory.

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This course covers both micro and macro aspects of human capital. Investments by parents in the education and other human capital of their children. Intergenerational transmission of inequality. The links between specialization in particular types of human capital and coordination costs, general knowledge, and the extent of the market. The relation between human capital, population change, and economic growth is also emphasized. (=SOCI 30306)

30157. Mathematical Models. This course examines mathematical models and related analyses of social action, emphasizing a rational-choice perspective. About half the lectures focus on models of collective action, power, and exchange as developed by Coleman, Bonacich, Marsden, and Yamaguchi. Then the course examines models of choice over the life course, including rational and social choice models of marriage, births, friendship networks, occupations, and divorce. Both behavioral and analytical models are surveyed. Spring. Yamaguchi.


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Final DOC

Saturday, March 11 6:30, 9:00, 11:30 Elizabethtown Cameron Crowe, 205 123m

Judicious editing transformed Elizabethtown into an endearing gem after its overlong antecedent premiered at the Toronto Film Festival. Orlando Blooms stars as Drew, a shoe designer reeling from a ghastly design failure, the death of his father, and the attendant professional and familial fallout. En route to his father's funeral, Drew meets a flight attendant (Kirsten Dunst) who insists on pulling him out of his funk and making him fall in love with her. Writer-director Crowe (Almost Famous) has created another winning blend of humor and heart.

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End of the Quarter


Saturday, March 4
8:00 pm
Mandel Hall

"The Year 1905" - In commemoration of the Russian Revolution, the Orchestra performs Shostakovich's large-scale Symphony No. 11 in G Minor, "The Year 1905." This controversial work illustrates Shostakovich's perspective as a tormented survivor of an oppressive regime. Also on the program are Mussorgsky's Songs and Dances of Death, with baritone Jeffrey Ray. Barbara Schubert conducts.

Admission: Donations requested, suggested amounts $8 adults, $5 students

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Friday, February 10 6:45, 9:00, 11:15 Shopgirl Anand Tucker, 2005 104m

Between Cheaper by the Dozens, Steve Martin found time to write and star in this smart, affecting romantic comedy. Claire Danes, playing a glove saleswoman at Saks, faces her toughest choice since Brian Krakow versus Jordan Catalano when a wealthy older man (Martin) and a cute-but-clueless artist (Jason Schwartzman) compete for her affections. Don't expect a sweet and simple resolution—Danes laments, "I guess I have to choose whether to be miserable now or miserable later." 35mm


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The Merry Widow

Tuesday, February 7 7:00 The Merry Widow Erich von Stroheim, 1925 137m

A radical adaptation of Franz Lehar's classic operetta, Stroheim's version is suffused with bitterness and melancholy. Pretty John Gilbert, as Prince Danilo, falls for sultry Mae Murray, playing the dancer Sally O'Hara. But Danilo's uncle the King orders the lovers to part: she is not noble and cannot marry the Prince. Misunderstanding, Sally thinks that the Prince has fallen out of love, and marries the ultra-wealthy and ultra-lecherous Baron Sadoja. Suddenly, she finds herself not a bride but a widow, and the romantic games begin anew, only this time bearing the weight of the almost unbearable past, and the arch-scoundrel Crown Prince Mirko, played to villainous perfection by Roy D'Arcy, has his own agenda, one which will not allow for the happiness of others.


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Saturday Night


Saturday, February 4
8:00 pm
Fulton Recital Hall

Span the genres with Beethoven's Egmont Overture, Strauss' Wind Serenade, Vaughan Williams' Five Variants of "Dives and Lazarus," and Ives' The Unanswered Question; also the premiere of Steven Holochwost's The Auguries of Innocence, featuring soprano Julia Hathaway. Andrew Koehler conducts.

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"Happy Birthday, Mozart!" - Celebrate Mozart's 250th (the day after!) with the glorious Concerto No. 10 in E-flat Major for Two Pianos, featuring soloists Svetlana Belsky and Jennifer Maxwell. Other works include Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsodies Nos. 1 and 4 and Enescu's Roumanian Rhapsody No. 1. Barbara Schubert conducts.
Mandel Hall, 8 pm, Donations requested

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ECON 31100 Empirical Analysis II by Hansen

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Instructor: Mei Wang

Time: TTh, 10:30-11:50 AM
Location: Eckhart 133
PQ: Consent of instructor
Reading: Ross, R. (2003). Introduction to Probability Models, 8th ed.

This course introduces stochastic processes as models for a variety of phenomena in the physical and biological sciences. Following a brief review of basic concepts in probability the course will introduce stochastic processes that are popular in applications in sciences, such as discrete time Markov chain, the Poisson process, continuous time Markov process, renewal process and Brownian motion.

STATISTICS 31200. Introduction to Stochastic Processes I. Instructor: Per A. Mykland

Time: TTh, 10:30-11:50 AM
Location: Eckhart 117
PQ: STAT 25100 or consent of instructor
Reading: Ross, S. (1996). Stochastic Processes, 2nd ed., Wiley.

Stochastic processes provide models for random events that evolve in time which may include substantial dependence among observations at different times. The goal of this course is to present a variety of useful models including Markov chain, renewal theory, Brownian motions etc.


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UofC orchestra's first concert of the season 2005-06



Saturday, December 3, 2005
8:00 pm
Mandel Hall

Two unusual music treats of the season Leo Sowerby's Comes Autumn Time and Arnold Bax's November Woods are balanced by Tchaikovsky's richly colored symphonic masterpiece, full of yearning melodies, passionate climaxes, and poignant colorations: the Symphony No. 5 in E Minor. Barbara Schubert conducts.

Admission: Donations requested at the door - $8 adults, $5 students.

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November 22

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Wednesday, November 23 7:00

The Garden of the Finzi-Continis

Vittorio De Sica, 1970, 94m

During the late 1930s the Finzi-Contini family leads an idyllic life. An aristocratic family, they are one of the wealthiest and most powerful families in Ferrara, Italy. There are constant parties and games of tennis on their beautiful grounds. The daughter of the family, Micol, shamelessly carries out her intrigues surrounded by her many friends and admirers. When the war breaks out, the family thinks they are safe in the confines of their Garden of Eden and continue their happy lifestyle. But they are Jewish, and despite their Aryan looks and wealthy status, the war closes in on them. In Italian with English subtitles. 35mm

Friday, November 25 6:00, 9:00

The World

Jia Zhang-ke, 2004 143m

Jia's fourth film and his first state-sponsored production, The World is a rich, enveloping film that continues the director's exploration of life after ecapitalism' and out of the provinces. Jia follows the young, bored employees of The World, a real-life Beijing theme park that replicates all the wonders of the world: the Eiffel Tower, the pyramids, the Taj Mahal, even the twin towers of the World Trade Center. The employees and patrons get the chance to gsee the world without ever leaving Beijing.h Come for The World's lavish musical numbers and animated segments\stay for the biting commentary on globalization! In Mandarin and Shanxi, with English subtitles. 35mm

Monday, November 28 7:00

Star Wars: Episode IV–A New Hope

George Lucas, 1977 121m

The sci-fi classic that reinvented the genre. This film, famous for its special effects and small budget, introduced Jedi, Lightsabers, Wookies, and most importantly, Droids. This film focuses on the adventures two droids. the neurotic jabber-mouth, C3PO, and his cool and capable counterpart, R2D2. Here they have their most substantial roles. Though they appear in every single Star Wars movie, they unfortunately are sidelined into incidental and comic relief roles. In this film the fate of the Rebel Alliance and that distant galaxy rests on the steely shoulders of the children of technology, and they show what they are made of. 35mm

Tuesday, November 29 7:00

I Want to Live!

Robert Wise, 1957 120m

This unusual hybrid of a noir, a women's picture, and a social protest drama still stands as a powerful indictment of the American criminal justice system. It tells the true story of Barbara Graham, a prostitute and petty thief who was falsely convicted of murder and sent to the gas chamber. Susan Hayward won an Oscar for her larger-than-life portrayal of an earthy, tough-as-nails party girl in the fight of her life. Director Wise clearly benefited from his long apprenticeship with Orson Welles, and the film is enhanced by its grittily realistic detail and superb jazz score. During the last hour, the tension builds to an almost unbearable level, and the ending still has the power to shatter. 35mm

Wednesday, November 30 7:00 Gone with the Wind Victor Flemming, 1939 222ḿCɂxC͂͂ȂB"If you have never seen this film, then frankly you should give a damn! GO!!"ȂďĂ邯ǁCx͂ƌB

Thursday, December 1 7:00


Jean-Luc Godard, 1967 105m

The only way to end a survey of the early Godard films is Weekend, the auteur's distinctive vision of the Apocalypse. Godard delivers the End of Days, bourgeois-style\endless traffic jams that descend into arson, rape, cannibalism, and the like. Needless to say, these obstacles obstruct the path to an inheritance for the central gcharacters,h Corrine (Mireille Danc) and Roland (Jean Yanne). Be prepared for one of the most incendiary films ever made, filled with heresies of political doctrine and narrative comprehension. 35mm

Thursday, December 1 9:30

Unknown Pleasures

Jia Zhang-ke, 2002 112m

The first Jia film to have any distribution in the US (and not very much, at that), Unknown Pleasures is another independent feature (shot on digital video) following disaffected youth from the provinces. Beautifully shot, this is a more commercially oriented film than Jia's previous films, markedly influenced by Wong. Nevertheless, the story of unemployed drifters who only experience China's enormous shifts through television broadcasts still has the near ethnographic flavor of Jia's previous films. In Mandarin with English subtitles. 35mm

Friday, December 2 7:00, 9:00, 11:00

March of the Penguins

Luc Jacquet, 2005 85min

Each winter thousands of penguins march (single file) from all over Antarctica to one location to mate and raise their young. Wildlife filmmaker Jacquet spent over a year documenting this amazing journey. The landscape is severe and stunning, as are the lengths the penguins go just to reproduce. Jacquet focuses on the penguins' extreme devotion and determination (they must make the grueling trek over and over to get food), making a touching portrait of what must be one of the strangest and most beautiful rituals on the planet. Narrated by Morgan Freeman. 35mm

Saturday, December 3 6:30, 9:00, 11:30

The Brothers Grimm

Terry Gilliam, 2005 118m

Directed by Terry Gilliam (the only American-born member of Monty Python), The Brothers Grimm tells the fictional back-story of the German fairytale writers: Jacob (Heath Ledger) and Wilhelm (Matt Damon) Grimm. First con artists scouring the villages performing fake exorcisms and magic spells, the brothers later find themselves responsible for lifting a true curse in an effort to save several young girls who have been mysteriously abducted in the woods. Interweaving such stories as gLittle Red Riding Hood,h gRapunzel,h gHansel and Gretel,h and gSnow White,h The Brothers Grimm proves itself a darkly amusing film with refreshing creativity and surprisingly funny performances. 35mm

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Friday, November 4, 2005 3:30 pm Fulton Recital Hall

Jeanice Brooks studied singing and music education in the U.S. and in France before completing her Ph.D. in musicology and French literature at the Catholic University of America. She taught at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, before coming to the University of Southampton, where she is currently Reader in Music. She will speak on Medieval music.

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Wednesday, October 26 7:00

The Leopard

Luchino Visconti, 1963 205m

Finally, Visconti's masterpiece restored! Burt Lancaster (speaking Italian!) plays the aging Prince Don Fabrizio Salina. It is the nineteenth century, and the prince watches his power slowly decline following the unification of Italy. He realizes that in order to keep the power and status that he has left, he will have to overturn and overlook many of the rules his family has followed for generations. He allows his son to become a soldier and invites into his family the mysterious and seductive daughter of a local official, played by the unforgettable Claudia Cardinale. Throughout the film, we follow these characters as they try to find their place in a new Italian society. The final dance party at the end of the film, full of swishing skirts and waltzing couples, is one of the most beautiful scenes ever shot. In Italian with English subtitles. 35mm

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Thursday, October 27 7:00

Pierrot le Fou

Jean-Luc Godard 1965 110m

If you only see one Godard movie\or more specifically, if you only see one série noir with stolen cars, musical numbers, a cameo by Samuel Fuller, and more smart-ass painting and literature references than you can identify in ten viewings\see Pierrot le fou. Belmondo and Karina return as refugees from a repressive and stupid bourgeois society; they run about the country committing crimes and staging re-enactments of the Vietnam War. One of the most joyous pieces of cinema ever created. 35mm


Thursday, October 27 9:30

Fallen Angels

Wong Kar-wai, 1995 96m

A companion film to Chungking Express that originated as a third story eventually dropped from that film, Fallen Angels is the darker of the two. Wong follows the nocturnal adventures of some sleazy young misfits: a lonely assassin, an eager shop clerk, and an amorous maid, among others. The most stylistically extreme of Wong's films to date, Fallen Angels is shot in over-saturated colors with a fish-eye lens. gOne of the 10 best films of the decadeh – Village Voice. In Cantonese with English subtitles. 35mm



Friday, October 28 6:45, 9:00, 11:15

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

Garth Jennings, 2005 109m

Arthur Dent (played Martin Freeman of the hit British series The Office) is swept off the planet only moments before Earth is destructed to make way for a hyperspace express route. Thus begins his day and his adventures through the galaxy. Stephen Fry, Mos Def, Zooey Deschanel, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren, Bill Nighy, Sam Rockwell, and Alan Rickman begin to make up the stellar cast that guides him through a universe of aliens, androids, love, craziness, and the meaning of life. Don't panic! Even diehard Douglas Adams fans love it.

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Winner of the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature, Born Into Brothels creates a powerful portrait of life in Calcutta's red light district. The documentary chronicles a group of remarkable children whose mothers work as prostitutes who are each given a camera and with it the ability to view their world through a new lens. A stunning illustration of poverty and destitution, Born Into Brothels is at the same time a poignant tribute to the power of art and the undaunted grace of childhood. 35mm

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Thursday, September 29 7:00
Jean-Luc Godard, 1960 90m

When the Nouvelle Vague exploded in 1959, Godard was but one young Cahiers du cinéma critic with a profound passion for the American gangster film. Working from a scenario by Truffaut, Godard channeled that love into his first feature, Breathless, a perfect film filled with terse criminality interrupted periodically by discussions of Faulkner and Jean Seberg's smile. Between the jump cuts, Jean-Paul Belmondo, playing Michel the petty car thief, became France's biggest star. 35mm


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Saturday, July 30, 8 pm
Andrew Koehler conducts the U of C's summer orchestra in a program of early Romantic and 20th century masterworks: Beethoven's Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68, "Pastoral" and Barber's Knoxville Summer of 1915, Op. 24 (1947), featuring soprano Melanie Carter.
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The Cathy Heifetz Memorial Concert

The season concludes dramatically with Brahms' imposing Tragische Ouvertüre, Op. 81, and Schicksalslied (Song of Destiny), Op. 54, contrasting the ideal life of the gods with mortal suffering; Richard Strauss' spellbinding Schiller setting Der Abend, Op. 43, No. 1, and provocative tone poem Don Juan, Op. 20.
Barbara Schubert and Constance DeFotis conduct.

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Friday, June 3 at 8 pm
Saturday, June 4 at 4 pm
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Thursday, May 26, 2005
Director Mwata Bowden presents a CD release compilation concert, centering on exciting performances and compositions spanning the group's decade of existence. Celebrate ten years of "getting a groove on" with the Jazz X-tet!
Fulton Recital Hall, 8 pm, Free

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 Friday, May 27, 2005
Now at McGill University, distinguished alumnus Caplin specializes in the theory of musical form. He speaks on "Schoenberg's 'Second Melody,' or 'Meyer-ed' in the Bass: Toward a Theory of Bass Melody."
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Festival of Nations!

The Annual Festival of Nations 2005 at the I-House!


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Saturday, May 14, 2005


This concert centers on two early Romantic masterworks: Schubert's "Unfinished" Symphony No. 8 in B Minor, D. 759, two movements of unearthly beauty; and Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto in E Minor, Op. 64, with Northwestern University student Jessica Hung as soloist. Andrew Koehler conducts.

Fulton Recital Hall, 8 pm, Free

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Saturday, May 7, 2005

Natalie Mann, Soprano

"Rare Treasures" - Mann and pianist Matthew Ganong perform songs by Reinecke, Tosti, Rachmaninoff, Canteloube, Mahler, and Hayden Wayne. This concert is sponsored by Irmgard Hess Rosenberger in honor of her father Alfred Hess (1868-1927), former concertmaster of the Frankfurt Philharmonic Orchestra.

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Saturday, April 30, 2005


"Spring Forth!" - The exuberance of the season explodes in Beethoven's playful, buoyant Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Ravel's evocative impressions of the spirit of Spain in Rapsodie Espagnole, and Arturo Marquez's nostalgic and sensuous Danzon No. 2 (1994), a nostalgic and sensuous dance that begins slowly and accelerates throughout. Barbara Schubert conducts.

Mandel Hall, 8 pm, $10 adults, $5 students


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I(urban == 2)TRUE 8.545e-02 1.068e-02 8.004 1.32e-15 ***
I(urban == 3)TRUE -1.041e-01 1.158e-02 -8.989 < 2e-16 ***
I(region == 1)TRUE 1.484e-04 1.137e-02 0.013 0.9896
I(region == 2)TRUE -9.326e-02 1.124e-02 -8.297 < 2e-16 ***
I(region == 3)TRUE -1.207e-01 1.087e-02 -11.106 < 2e-16 ***
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I(married == 4)TRUE 9.298e-02 1.484e-02 6.267 3.82e-10 ***
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I(occup == 1)TRUE 4.868e-01 3.445e-02 14.131 < 2e-16 ***
I(occup == 2)TRUE 4.396e-01 3.487e-02 12.609 < 2e-16 ***
I(occup == 3)TRUE 4.885e-01 3.752e-02 13.018 < 2e-16 ***
I(occup == 4)TRUE 2.035e-01 3.409e-02 5.968 2.47e-09 ***
I(occup == 5)TRUE 2.512e-01 3.368e-02 7.460 9.29e-14 ***
I(occup == 6)TRUE -3.232e-01 5.937e-02 -5.443 5.34e-08 ***
I(occup == 7)TRUE 2.886e-01 4.188e-02 6.891 5.84e-12 ***
I(occup == 8)TRUE -3.330e-02 3.394e-02 -0.981 0.3265
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I(occup == 10)TRUE 2.058e-01 3.475e-02 5.922 3.26e-09 ***
I(occup == 11)TRUE 2.171e-01 3.678e-02 5.903 3.68e-09 ***
I(occup == 12)TRUE 7.927e-02 3.716e-02 2.133 0.0329 *
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Senior Ricital

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Sunday, April 24, 2005

SENIOR RECITAL: William C. White

White conducts Copland's Suite from Appalachian Spring (1944), Schubert's Octet in F Major, D. 803, and the premiere of his B.A. composition Fantasy on "Les Folies D'Espagne," a work that draws on composers as diverse as Purcell, Tchaikovsky, and Schnittke.
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Aaron Copland: Suite from Appalachian Spring
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Amazon recommends

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Bayesian Data Analysis, Second Edition

2. The Company of Strangers : A Natural History of Economic Life
3. R for Bioinformatics
4. S Programming
5. The Stag Hunt and the Evolution of Social Structure

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spring quarter


- LaLonde: Applied Econometrics II
- Rasinski: Survey and Questionnaire Design
- Diamond/Zingales: Theory of Financial Decisions III
- Bens: Accounting and Financial Analysis II

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going home


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From Sunday, I have been in the UofC hospital. I am diagnosised as a special type of fever and will be staying here for a few more days.

First, I went to ER (<- it's Chicago!) and then was moved to ICU. Today I am being trannsferred to regular unit. This means the day I can go home is not so long.

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wandering around the campus

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spring quarter

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- Applied Econometrics II by Laronde: Public Policy
- Survey Questionnaire Design by Rasinski: Public Policy
- Law and Policy Making by Sullivan: Public Policy
- Theory of Financial Decisions III by Daimond/Zingales: GSB
- Financial Aspects of Corporate Governance by Marciano: GSB
- Japanese Society: Functional/Cultural Explanations by Yamaguchi: Sociology
- Ethnographic Methods by McRoberts: Sociology
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Department of Music

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Monday, March 7, 2005
Lauded by György Ligeti as "the leading performer of contemporary piano music," Aimard shares his thoughts on performance before his concerts with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.

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vanity fair

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Public Policy School

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"In Japan, public policy school is not a place to study policy making. Traditionally, law departments in Japan have law professors and political science professors. While law schools were introduced in 2004 and law professors went there, there is no place for political science professors in law schools. So public policy schools were introduced for them. Terrible reason!"

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OI museum 5


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OI museum 4


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OI museum 3


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OI museum 2

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University of Chicago Folk Festival

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Just Arrived

I have just arrived at the University of Chicago, after checking in at the OIA.
I have not slept for more than 24 hours, and to make matters worse(?), I have to say hello to lots of people --- beyond my capacity!

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