Camille Kirsch


Professor Douglas Diamond Wins Onassis Prize

The Onassis Prize in Finance is awarded every three years and comes with $200,000 in prize money.


April 26, 2018

Valerie Jarrett Selected as 2018 Class Day Speaker

Jarrett is a former White House Senior Advisor and currently serves as an adviser to the Obama Foundation.


April 10, 2018

Judge Sets Bond at $15,000 for Charles Thomas, Student Shot by UCPD

Judge Stephanie Miller set fourth-year Charles Thomas’s bond at $15,000 in bond court Thursday.


April 6, 2018


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Student Government Discusses Disruptive Conduct, Bannon, Emergency Fund at Meeting

Calvin Cottrell, student body president, announced that students would be allowed to submit questions for Bannon's upcoming visit, while Student Government Parliamentarian Max Freedman shed light on the Standing Committee for Disruptive Conduct.


February 19, 2018

"Woodlawn Commons" Will House 1,200

The new dorm, which would be the University's largest ever, is part of a long-term push to house more students closer to campus.


January 23, 2018

Professors Sign Letter in Support of Obama Center Benefits Agreement

Over 150 professors signed call to maintain park spaces, encourage local businesses, and reduce taxpayer costs.


January 8, 2018

Bust Unveiled: UChicago Finally Has a Statue Solely of a Woman

She was one of the first African American women to earn a Ph.D. in the U.S.


November 30, 2017

5th Ward Alderman Announces Plan to Redevelop 71st Street

Project will be advised by a city planner who worked on University efforts along 53rd.


November 21, 2017

Trauma Center Head Advocates for Treating Violence as a Disease

“We often hear narratives about gang bangers, about bad people. There’s a moral failure component,” Rogers said. “But what if it’s a learned behavior?”


October 5, 2017

State Senator Kwame Raoul Running for AG

Raoul has represented Hyde Park in the state senate for 13 years.


September 28, 2017