Caroline Kubzansky


Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Oriental Institute Artifacts Case

Terror victims want to fulfill a settlement by seizing OI artifacts that are on loan from Iran.


December 8, 2017

Div School Professor Refutes New Testament Justification for Sexual Harassment of Teens

Much of Divinity School professor Margaret Mitchell's work has sought to "problematize" the perceived simplicity of declaring a Biblical interpretation as literal or allegorical.


November 21, 2017


12:42 a.m.

IOP Hosts Movie Showing, Discussion on Political Environment

Journalist Carl Bernstein, who was invited for the discussion, drew a parallel between the Trump and Nixon administrations, pointing to each administration’s flurry of first amendment activity and distinct dislike of the press.


November 2, 2017

District Police Commander Scales Down Plans for Hyde Park Halloween

Organizers believe that King-Smith asked them to minimize their plans due to a lack of backing from local politicians and a shortage of police officers to station at the event.


October 26, 2017

Seminary Co-Op Hosts SSA Scholar for Poetry Collection

“I…feel like part of what I’m trying to do is expand the possibility of what other black women are allowed to write about and speak about in public,” Ewing said.


October 9, 2017