Fire damages building at University of Chicago campus

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A fire left a building with extensive damage at the University of Chicago’s Hyde Park campus Sunday morning.

The fire broke out on the second floor of Stuart Hall at 5835 S. Greenwood, according to Fire Media Affairs.

No one was hurt in the blaze, which left extensive damage to a classroom and office space, according to fire media.

Stuart Hall contains the University of Chicago’s philosophy office, according to the university’s website. A spokesman for the university did not immediately respond to a request for information.

A building at the University of Chicago’s Hyde Park campus was damaged in a blaze Sunday morning. | Chicago Fire Media

A building at the University of Chicago’s Hyde Park campus was damaged in a blaze Sunday morning. | Chicago Fire Media

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