The CSSA’s False Law and Order Narratives

The Chinese Students and Scholars Association’s statement advocating for the censorship of Hong Kong activist Nathan Law ignores institutional violence, and it is contrary to UChicago’s commitment to democracy and open inquiry.


June 12, 2021


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Library Leaders Still Won’t Protect Their Employees

Amidst a second spike in COVID–19 cases, library employees are being put in danger with nonessential on-site work requirements.


November 26, 2020

What Makes a University Impartial?

President Zimmer’s recent message on nonpartisanship at the University leaves room for interference with essential social science research.


October 12, 2020

Take It From Library Employees: Reopening Isn’t Safe

Administrators have decided to reopen libraries without appropriate input from employees, necessary safety measures, or a clear contingency plan.


September 28, 2020

Send in the Military, and There Will Be Silence

Thirty-one years later, Tiananmen Square reminds us of the danger of military intervention in civilian protests.


June 11, 2020

Professor Hoang, We Need Academic Community—Not Competition—Amid the Pandemic

Graduate students must combat the coronavirus crisis together.


May 12, 2020

Greek Life Vs. Greek Philosophy

UChicago's frat parties prevent us from leading truly meaningful lives.


November 6, 2017

All Bark, No Bite

Modifying Title IX disciplinary procedures could force universities to comply.


June 7, 2017

To Professor Brown, With Love

Thanks for your opinions on Milo Yiannopoulos, but you’re wrong.


February 23, 2017

Why We Shame the Healthy

Students at UChicago too often glorify academic success and shame self care.


February 2, 2017