Brad Subramaniam



John Kerry Speaks on Climate Change, Trump Impeachment

Former United States Secretary of State John Kerry spoke about US affairs in Syria, President Trump’s potential impeachment, and the importance of new climate change legislation.


October 15, 2019

John Kerry Talks Climate Change

Former Secretary of State John Kerry visited the University of Chicago to discuss climate change.


Oct. 15, 2019

Panel Discusses Recent Abortion Laws, Courts Overturning Roe v. Wade

Law Professor Geoffrey Stone and Mary Kate Knorr, Executive Director of Illinois Right to Life, represented different sides of the abortion debate.


June 4, 2019

Community Members Discuss UCPD at #CareNotCops Townhall

The town hall invited local activists and students to discuss their experience with the UCPD and thoughts on UCPD transparency.


May 28, 2019

Woodlawn Pastor Gets Celeb Donations in Bid to Open Community Center

The Executive Director of Project Woodlawn has raised $2.9 million of his $25 million goal to build a 94,000 square foot community center in Woodlawn.


May 21, 2019

Title IX Panel Discusses National Trends and University Policy

The panel noted a growing trend in the number of reports filed over the past several years, especially during several moments of nationwide controversy.


April 16, 2019

UChicago to Offer Three-Week Study Abroad Programs in Hong Kong, Florence, and Paris

The newly opened Hong Kong campus will house a program on the history of human rights in Asia.


February 9, 2019

UChicago Brings Back Cairo Civ Program, Introduces Hong Kong Economics Program

The original Cairo program was removed after winter 2013, due to security issues in Egypt.


December 11, 2018

98 Percent of Students Completed Required Sexual Assault Training

UChicago implemented the EverFi program in 2016 in accordance with the Illinois Preventing Sexual Violence in Higher Education Act.


November 29, 2018

UChicago Medicine Study Reveals Regional Discrepancies in Drug Prescriptions

The study found that doctors in wealthier, urban, and southeastern areas preferred more expensive drugs to cheaper, equally effective options.



November 15, 2018