Darcy Kuang

Deputy News Editor


RAUC Hosts Reparations Summit with Activists, Academics

“Some people are very skeptical about throwing money at the problem…people of color very much appreciate it when you throw money at the problem. Very few of us are offended by that," said Michael Ralph.


April 29, 2019

Break the Silence Conference Talks Mental Health Among Asian Students

The conference featured a panel of five Asian-American graduate students discussing the effects of Asian cultures on their personal struggles with mental health.


April 22, 2019

Smart Museum Cafe to Close Temporarily for Renovations

Plans for the renovation include expanded cafe seating and a better-functioning kitchen that fulfills recent health inspection mandates.


March 10, 2019

After Devos Policy Changes, Phoenix Survivors Alliance Talks Future of Title IX

Panelists emphasized the importance of building coalitions with underrepresented groups to resist the abridgment of Title IX rights.


February 28, 2019

“You Support Genocide”: Students Protest Trustee’s Involvement in the Yemen War at Broomball Match

The students aimed to spotlight trustee James Crown’s ties to defense contractor General Dynamics, which has sold weapons to the Saudi-led coalition in the Yemen War.


February 17, 2019

UChicago Professor Developing Pill for Loneliness

According to Professor Cacioppo, loneliness is not only a temporary feeling but a cognitive reality that has many physical effects on the human brain.


February 16, 2019