Sarah Lewis


Law School Alum Running for Mayor

UChicago Law School alum Lori Lightfoot is running for mayor of Chicago.


August 28, 2018

Seniors Retell Their Strongest Memories From College

"I’m always making smaller fun memories—like actually talking loudly in the Reg with friends... because who else is gonna be in the Reg on a Friday?" —Harper Graf, history and MAPSS Candidate


May 24, 2018

Uncommon Interview: Basma's Kitchen Finds a Home in Hutch

“It’s a group effort,” Wallace said. “It’s not just something that I do, but it’s something that all of my family and our employees and team do—it’s everyone’s kitchen.”


May 11, 2018

Basma Wallace



May 11, 2018

UCPU Hosts Debate on Illinois Rent Control Ban

“In a technical, legal sense, Illinois can tell its municipalities to do whatever it wants, including banning rent control. However, I’ve always felt this is kind of an ‘assholeish’ argument,” Loeb said.


April 19, 2018

Social Sciences Professors Talk Implications of Trump Presidency at Pre-Inauguration Panels

Speakers also commented on the future of Obama's policies under President Trump and recalled highlights of the Obama administration.


January 20, 2017

RSO Partnered With Chicago Project on Security and Terrorism Holds Kickoff Meeting

The Maroon Project on Security and Terrorism will be holding events throughout the quarter to inform students about domestic and international security issues.


November 4, 2016

Physics Department Looks at Its Storied History

"Enjoy it as much as you can. History is now in your hands, and I wish you luck."


October 20, 2016

Preckwinkle Headlines Criminal Justice Conference

Student Group Organized "A New Way Forward: Criminal Justice in Chicago and Cook County."


October 18, 2016

Students to Hold Summit on Criminal Justice

Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle is giving the keynote.


October 14, 2016