All partners and the teachers spent the day in the historic neighborhood of Hyde Park. This area south of the city was the location of the World Columbian Exposition in 1893. Today, the Museum of Science and Industry remains as one of two buildings in Chicago remembering the exposition. Other sights we visited were the Robie House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the University of Chicago Campus with the Booth Business School and the Oriental Institute, the Mansueto Library, built by German-born Helmut Jahn and constructed entirely by German engineers with glass and metal structures from Germany. This state-of-the-art library houses its collections five stories deep underground. Lastly, we visited the sight of the first artificial self-sustained nuclear chain-reaction which lead to the development of the atomic bomb in WWII. It is commemorated by a statue on campus.