Kamryn Slomka


Law Clinic Proceeds With Environmental Lawsuit Against U.S. Steel

“It is important that U.S. Steel be subject to an appropriate and significant civil penalty to reflect the seriousness of their past violations and to deter them from future Clean Water Act violations.”


January 18, 2018

GSS Study Looks at Relationships and Religion

A recent study suggests ties between one's religiosity, and their likelihood to cheat.


January 18, 2018

Name of Woman Who Died in Apartment Fire Released

A source said a burning cigarette started the December fire, but the fire's official cause has yet to be confirmed.


January 11, 2018

Obama Center Moves Into Federal Review

The review process will last for an indefinite amount of time.


December 2, 2017

Booth Forum Finds Economists Opposed to Tax Plan

Booth's Initiative on Global Markets polled a panel of leading economists on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.


November 22, 2017

University Law Clinic to Sue U.S. Steel over Chromium Dumping Violation

This is not the first time that U.S. Steel has come under scrutiny for chromium dumping at the Midwest Plant.


November 21, 2017

University Endowment Reaches All-Time High

The University of Chicago’s endowment grew to $7.82 billion after a 1.9 percent drop from 2015 to 2016.


October 18, 2017