Hamza Jilani

Deputy News Editor  /   2024 Class   /  @hamzajilan1


Undergrads Launch Productivity Company Pollinate, Aim to Help Students Stop Procrastinating

The service connects UChicago students for group study sessions.


June 10, 2021


11:32 a.m.

University Reports 6 New Cases of COVID-19 in Seventh Week, Keeps Masking and Distancing Requirements Unchanged

Citing the current lack of information about vaccination levels on campuses and other factors, the University has not changed its masking and distancing requirements.


May 14, 2021


7:53 p.m.

Undergrads Launch Political Discussion RSO To Foster Bipartisan Exchange on Campus

Each of Forum’s meetings involve a combination of moderated and open discussion on a topic chosen for that week.


April 29, 2021


6:45 p.m.

State Representative Tarver Introduces Bill to Make IL State House Representatives and Senators Conservators of the Peace

Other elected officials in Illinois, such as mayors and trustees, already have the ability to act as conservators of peace if they complete the required training course.


March 26, 2021


12:52 p.m.

University Reports 10 New Cases of COVID-19 in Eighth Week; Urges Students Not to Travel During Spring Break

The Provost and the Dean of Students urged members of the University community to avoid traveling outside the Chicago area during the week preceding the start of Spring quarter.


March 5, 2021


5:01 p.m.

University Reports 17 New Cases of COVID-19 in Seventh Week

Illinois began increasing eligibility for Phase 1b of the vaccine rollout on Thursday, February 25.


February 26, 2021


6:07 p.m.

Almost a Year Into Remote Learning, What Have We Learned?

UChicago faculty discuss the effects of remote learning on Chicago students and teachers as well as important takeaways from remote learning as Chicago Public Schools begin to reopen.


February 22, 2021


7:39 p.m.

Aiming to “Promote Flourishing and Resilience,” New University LIFE Program for First-Years Concludes

UChicago Student Wellness piloted a positive psychology-based program focused on student well-being this quarter.


November 30, 2020

Undergrads Set to Launch Midwave Radio, Student-Run Radio Station, in Winter 2021

The online broadcast will feature a wide variety of musical and nonmusical content.


November 24, 2020

Even As University Community Returns to Campus, Local Hyde Park Restaurants Look Ahead to Winter With Concern

A newly introduced ban on indoor seating at restaurants, the insufficiency of the CARES Act funding, capacity restrictions, and public fear about the safety of dining in continue to pose significant financial threats to local restaurants.


November 10, 2020