Daksh Chauhan

Deputy News Editor


At Democratic Gubernatorial Debate, Pritzker Accused of Using "Language of Racists"

Challenged over his comments about African-American politicians, Pritzker accepted responsibility but remained confident in his support from voters.


March 2, 2018

Flu Season Hits Chicago Hard

“Each week since December 24, between 115–150 people have tested positive for the flu [at UChicago Medicine]—more than six times what we saw last year,” said Allison Bartlett, assistant professor of pediatrics at the Pritzker School of Medicine.


February 8, 2018

Louis Philipson becomes first James C. Tyree Professor

His recent research focuses on genetics and prevention of Type 1 and monogenic diabetes.


January 29, 2018

UChicago Hillel Introduces the Milgrom Fellowship

The Newberger Hillel Center has created a new ten-week summer fellowship for students committed to social justice.


January 17, 2018

UChicago Law Alum Runs for Michigan Attorney General

Noakes received two degrees from the University before working as general counsel at Meijer and teaching at several universities.


January 11, 2018

University of Chicago Medicine Previews New Emergency Department

A step toward the South Side's only adult trauma center.


December 7, 2017

Sebelius defends Obamacare at Health Care Panel

The panel discussed differences between the Trump and Obama administrations’ approaches to health policy.


November 22, 2017

Dean Baicker, Whose Medicaid Research Has Been Politicized, Discourages “Cherry-Picking Results"

Baicker conducted a significant study on Medicaid expansion in Oregon.


November 16, 2017

Doctor, Anthropologists Wins MacLean Prize, Discusses Ebola Epidemic

The Prize is the largest monetary prize in the field of medical ethics.


November 13, 2017

Students Form Think Tank for Regional Policy

The Paul Douglas Institute, a research arm of the University of Chicago Democracy Initiative, aims to spotlight issues that do not receive wide attention.


November 9, 2017