Anne Nazzaro



Obituary: Joan Krenzer

Once a week for more than 30 years, Krenzer would climb the 271 steps in Rockefeller to play the carillon for half an hour.


April 20, 2017

Former Resident Sues UCMC for Discrimination and Retaliation

The jury trial for the case began on January 31.


February 2, 2017

University of Chicago Democrats Condemn President Trump’s Immigration Order

“Donald Trump’s executive order is unconstitutional ... It is the antithesis of smart governance,” UCDems wrote.


January 30, 2017

Nussbaum to Give Prestigious Jefferson Lecture

Nussbaum will lecture about emotion in politics at John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. for the National Endowment for the Humanities.


January 23, 2017

Why a Male Student Accused of Sexual Assault Is Suing the University Under Title IX

The case states that, in its treatment of the plaintiff, the University was “motivated by pro-female, anti-male bias.”


August 31, 2016

University Names Campus North Houses

One of the eight houses will be named for Dean of the College John Boyer.


June 2, 2016

University Implements Changes to Online Course Registration

Listing alternate sections is no longer an option, but students can rank up to ten courses for request.


May 17, 2016

Five Professors Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Joshua Frieman, Theaster Gates, Ali Hortaçsu, David Nirenberg, and Michael Sells joined the academy.


May 3, 2016

Students Protest Higher Education Cuts at CSO

Students from Fair Budget UChicago attended the event.


April 4, 2016

Istanbul Program Moved to Paris After Bombings

University expects to resume its program in Istanbul in 2017.


April 1, 2016