The Rockefeller Chapel was, indeed, named after the famous tycoon, and is the tallest building on the University of Chicago ... More
Rockefeller Memorial Chapel
The Rockefeller Chapel was, indeed, named after the famous tycoon, and is the tallest building on the University of Chicago campus. With a Guastavino-tile ceiling, massive organ pipe and carved oak seating, the atmosphere is perfect for the pomp and circumstance of a graduation ceremony or a production of Handel's Messiah, which the University of Chicago Motet Choir has performed annually for more than 50 years. Weddings are also performed.
Soldier Field is home to this blue and orange team, founded in 1920. With championships won in 1921, 1932, 1933,
1940, 1941, 1943, 1946, 1963 and 1985 they thrill their loyal fan following, both, when on field and off ...
The University of Chicago has done it all, from the birth of the atomic bomb to the first living donor
living transplant to the birth of sociological study. On a lighter note, Chicago's famous Second City comedy group was ...
Winter sports enthusiasts will enjoy an invigorating workout in the open air. Built upon the grounds of Midway Plaisance Park,
this outdoor Olympic size rink offers a modern design and well maintained ice with lots of room to maneuver. ...