Sonia Schlesinger

News Editor  /  @sonischlesi


Newsletter for June 28

Supreme Court to hear case concerning OI artifacts; IOP’s Steve Edwards takes job at WBEZ; and what the travel ban decision means for UChicago


June 28, 2017


8 a.m.

Newsletter for June 21

Build Coffee opens Saturday; Chicago + Brown Presidents talk speech issues; and a 16-story building is coming to Harper Court


June 21, 2017


8 a.m.

Inaugural Class Day Speaker Discusses Academics and Intimacy

David Brooks studied history as an undergraduate at UChicago and wrote for the Viewpoints section of The Maroon.


June 12, 2017

Obama Visits Campus, Speaks to Student Leaders

“I want to work with [young people] to knock down those barriers."



April 25, 2017

Former Secretary of Education to Join Harris as Fellow

As a Harris fellow, Duncan will act as a special adviser to the Harris School’s dean and will plan events at the Harris School.


March 6, 2017

Anthropology Professors to Teach Trump 101 Class This Spring Quarter

In the wake of the election, one of the professors said he felt that it was his duty to teach a class on Trump.


February 23, 2017

Newsletter for February 17

Obama stops by Hyde Park for presidential library planning; IOP event with Corey Lewandowski draws protest; Seminary Co-Op plans financial recovery.


February 17, 2017

South East Chicago Commission Transitions to Self-Governing Entity

The community organization's board will no longer be appointed by the University.


February 2, 2017

Chicagoans Say Goodbye to Their President

“He’s a quintessential model of what you can be if you work hard,” one Chicago resident said.


January 12, 2017

UCPD to Increase Number of Officers on Patrol by 28 Percent

The University cited concerns about high crime rates in the area, but the CEP said an increase in officers is “the opposite of what people have been wanting.”


August 17, 2016