Caroline Kubzansky

News Editor


Chicago’s Fourth Annual Women’s March Draws Thousands

Marchers were drawn to the event for a variety of political issues including climate change, reproductive justice, and to protest the Trump administration.


January 21, 2020

Women's March

UChicago undergraduates Zoe Benjamin, Anya Edelstein, and Megan Bonnise at the 2020 Chicago Women's March


Jan. 20, 2020

Bennet Makes Surprising Showing in "Mockus" Dominated by Progressives

The University of Chicago Democrats held a "mockus" Monday night, where Senator Bernie Sanders came out on top with 47 percent of the crowd.


January 15, 2020

UC Dems Prepare for Iowa Caucuses, Still Waiting for a Primary Victor to Endorse

The group is preparing to connect interested students to Democratic campaigns.


January 14, 2020

Students at the "Mock-us"

Students attending the UC Democrats "Mock-us"


Jan. 15, 2020

22 Faculty Named to Chairs or Professorships in 2020

Lucy Godley and Daniel Brudney are the first occupants of two new titles in the Division of the Biological Sciences and the Division of Humanities respectively.


January 13, 2020

With a Month to Go in Iowa, UChicago for Bernie Sanders Starts Final Push with Midway

A small but enthusiastic group gathered on a windy afternoon to drum up excitement as they reached the home stretch to IA


January 12, 2020

Fire on 55th and Blackstone

The Chicago Fire Department responded to a fire Tuesday night at 55th and Blackstone which left no injuries.


January 7, 2020

Provost Diermeier to Leave Post for Chancellorship at Vanderbilt

In an announcement, Vanderbilt cited Diermeier’s recent development of a new funding model for Ph.D. students.


December 4, 2019

Harris Professor Discusses New Book and Society's Political Dynamics

“The book is trying to provide a way of understanding long-run political dynamics in society," James Robinson said.


October 22, 2019