Magazine on the move

Last week the University of Chicago Magazine's offices glowed orange, as stacks of Rent-A-Crates lined the office hallways. The crates were for the Magazine staff, along with other members of the Development and Alumni Relations department, to pack up and move to new office space. No longer in the campus Administration Building, the teams moved Monday to 401 N. Michigan Avenue—right next to the business school's Gleacher Center. While the Magazine staff still plans to spend plenty of time on campus reporting stories and blogs, we'll now also be able to cover more U of C events downtown.


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Photos (left to right): Donor Relations staffer Carmen Creel fills one of the endless orange crates; David Duncil, on the Creative Services team, gets in some work while the packing continues; Josh Levine of Donor Relations happily packs books.

June 18, 2007