Tony Brooks


Law School Alum Holds Essay Contest to Give Away Comic Store

The first location of Chimera’s Comics opened in 2001 when Chimera was a first-year law student.


April 8, 2019

Prominent UChicago Economists Sign Letter Supporting Carbon Tax

The letter offers five policy recommendations, ranging from the implementation of a carbon tax to the creation of a dividend program for U.S. citizens.


February 18, 2019

Platonists for Latkes, Economists for Hamantashen

“You can make something out of nothing, as I am doing tonight,” philosophy professor Ben Callard said.


November 26, 2018

Economist Journalist Moderates First Chicago Debate Society Public Event of the Year

Is the global trade system broken? Chicago Debate Society takes on the question in a debate moderated by Economist journalist Adam Roberts.


October 9, 2018

Bannon Event Is Still On, Maybe

Booth professor Luigi Zingales's event with Steve Bannon may be happening after all.


October 1, 2018

The Storied Past of Harper Memorial Library

When Harper Memorial Library first opened, it was the main library at the University. Over one hundred years later, it serves an entirely different purpose.



May 28, 2018

"War, Trauma, Memory" Exhibition Opens in the Reg

The exhibit was designed to shift focus away from war itself.


May 11, 2018

Student Raped in Sleep, Backlash to Alert Prompts Admin Review

The University sent a follow-up email after backlash for the use of the term "sexual intercourse" and the lack of a content warning in the alert.


May 7, 2018

SG Cuts Funds for Student Leadership Recognition, Sexual Assault Awareness

The SG General Assembly approved their budget for the next academic year at Monday night's meeting.


April 23, 2018

Facebook Says 'Non': UChicago Secrets Shut Down, Allegedly Over Anti-French Post

The moderators believe the page was banned as the result of a post which made fun of a previous post in which a writer describes negative feelings toward “French history and culture.”


April 19, 2018