Matthew Pinna


A Waste: Engage Slate Is a Disgrace

On top of a tenure defined by infighting and inefficacy, screenshots show that Engage Slate wasted thousands.


April 20, 2021


11:31 p.m.

Don’t Waste Your Time With Abolition; Hold Frats Accountable

Abolition of fraternities is a waste of time; instead, students must report frat leaders to the Disciplinary System for Disruptive Conduct to ensure that the perpetrators behind this outbreak understand that their actions have consequences.


April 9, 2021


9:21 a.m.

No Coddling Here: The Thinker’s Careerism, at Everyone Else’s Expense

The Thinker does a disservice to campus conservatives.


March 8, 2021


11:06 p.m.

Leaning Further Left Isn’t an Educational Framework

Contrary to Noah Tesfaye’s recent column, the IOP is not a bastion of conservative thought.


March 5, 2021


4:56 p.m.

Leaving the Bubble

While at the University, students should develop a lasting, personal relationship with Chicago and the South Side.


January 26, 2021


8:25 p.m.

#CareNotCops Has Pursued A Failing Strategy—Will They Turn It Around?

Student activists need to learn from their own history and center long-term community members.


November 9, 2020

Our Student Government System Has Wilted

It’s time for an overhaul of elections at UChicago, and we must consider houses as a viable electoral unit.


May 12, 2020

Free Speech Is Far From Thriving at UChicago

Contrary to what Jack Votava believes, the backlash against Evita Duffy’s whiteboard reveals something alarming about free speech on campus.


March 14, 2020