• Han Jiang

    UChicago Reports 32 New COVID-19 Cases in Week 6 as Virus Numbers Soar in Illinois

    By Rachel Wan

    The latest COVID-19 update from the University comes alongside a rising tide of cases in Illinois, prompting officials to implement new regulations.

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    November 6, 2020

    U of C Medical Researchers Holly J. Humphrey, Melody Swartz Elected to National Academy of Medicine

    By Ryan Owyang

    The National Academy of Medicine is widely recognized as a leading advisor on health and medicine.

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    November 6, 2020

    The 2020 Presidential Election: UChicago Professors Weigh In

    By Nayu Shimo and Emma Konrad

    UChicago professors consider the logistical and political challenges that have emerged this voting cycle, from the fragility of American democracy to election manipulation.

    FEATURE

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    November 3, 2020

    Avi Waldman

    Chicagoans Rally Downtown to “Defend the Election”

    By Laura Gersony and Avi Waldman

    Hundreds of demonstrators, UChicago students among them, took to the streets after President Trump prematurely claimed victory.

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    November 6, 2020

    Emeline Wright

    So, What Do First-Years Think of Woodlawn Residential Commons?

    By Jiwon Lee and Emeline Wright

    First-years share their thoughts on life in Woodlawn Residential Commons, which opened this fall amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    November 5, 2020

    Yiwen Lu

    Get Out The Vote Efforts Adapt To An Unprecedented Election

    By Niharika Iyer and Anjali Pullabhotla

    Campus and city-wide organizations find innovative ways to get out the vote during the pandemic.

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    November 2, 2020

    UChicago News

    In Era of ‘Enlightened Consumerism’, Social Values are Big Business, According to CEOs of Chipotle and Pernod Ricard USA at Booth Event

    By Lukian Kling

    As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, “people are not just looking to buy brands, they’re looking to buy into brands,” according to the CEO of Pernod Ricard, Ann Mukherjee (A.B. ’87, M.B.A. ’94), at a Booth event.

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    November 2, 2020

    UChicago News

    Former Attorney General John Ashcroft Looks Back on Life in Academia and Public Service

    By Rachel Wan

    Former Attorney General, Missouri Governor, and Senator John Ashcroft sat down with Law School Dean Thomas Miles to reflect on his life and career.

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    November 1, 2020

    Lee Harris

    Houses Continue to Adapt to Remote Experiences

    By Annie Meishan Chen and Roshini Balan

    House leadership and upperclassmen expressed worries about how to continue preserving and building house culture, but students are still finding community, friends, and a home in their house.

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    October 31, 2020

    University of Chicago Institute of Politics

    On National Vote Early Day, UChiVotes Led Voter Engagement Efforts Around Campus

    By Lukian Kling

    The non-partisan, student-led initiative set up tables around campus to spread voting information and directed students to early voting-sites in Hyde Park.

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    October 29, 2020

    Lee Harris

    Confusion, Lines, Disenfranchisement Concerns for Chicago Voters, According to Lawyers at Law School Event

    By Emeline Wright

    The speakers recommended voters dial the Chicago Lawyers’ Committee’s hotline (866-OUR-VOTE) as a resource for those who have questions about voter registration, polling locations, or any other concerns related to the election.

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    October 29, 2020

    University of Chicago

    Quantum Semiconductors Developed by Pritzker Researchers

    By William Wang

    New quantum computing research could reduce the price and improve the capabilities of quantum computing.

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    October 28, 2020

    The Washington Post

    President Zimmer Speaks in Washington Post Webinar on the Future of Free Expression in America

    By Natalie Manley

    President Zimmer, known for the creation of the Chicago Principles, stressed the importance of committing to free speech on campus, especially in the current political climate.

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    October 26, 2020

    Newly Launched Chicago Thinker Aims to Promote Conservative and Libertarian Views on Campus

    By Adyant Kanakamedala

    Third-years Audrey Unverferth and Evita Duffy started the newspaper to provide a platform for conservative and libertarian students.

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    November 2, 2020

    Booth Community Members Comment on Remote Switch

    By Anushka Harve

    Professors Laura Born and Lindsey Lyman, as well as MBA candidate Nick Jaroszewicz, share their thoughts on Booth’s temporary switch to remote learning and the reasons behind it.

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    November 2, 2020

    Halloween Night Brings Police, Protesters, and Organizers to Hyde Park

    By Laura Gersony, Avi Waldman, Matthew Lee, and Caroline Kubzansky

    Officers on bicycles pushed groups of Chicagoans around 53rd Street shortly after a demonstration against UCPD by #CareNotCops. Other community organizers were also in the area to help de-escalate tense situations.

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    November 1, 2020

    Hans von Spakovsky Warns of Voter Fraud in Upcoming Election

    By Tess Chang

    The Former Federal Election Commission member, whose claims of voter fraud have been widely disputed, warned that voter fraud would be exacerbated by the increase in mail-in voting during an event at the Law School on October 23rd.

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    November 1, 2020

    At Annual Humanities Day, Lecturers Analyze History and Talk Present American Democracy

    By Dimitriy Leksanov

    The 40th annual Humanities Day featured a keynote address by Martha Nussbaum on animal welfare.

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    October 26, 2020

    Booth Professor Uses Behavioral Nudges to Increase Defendants’ Attendance at Criminal Trials

    By Tess Chang

    Shah’s study showed that certain behavioral nudges were more effective in improving court attendance than standard punitive measures like the threat of arrest warrants or monetary bail.

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    October 26, 2020

    Mukherjee Lab Joins Department of Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology

    By Ruthie Mitchell

    In an effort to combat antibiotic resistance, Dr. Sampriti Mukherjee will study how multiple sensory inputs drive the transition between individual and collective behavior in bacteria.

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    October 25, 2020

    Over a Dozen Students Struck by Paintballs In Series of Incidents Around Campus

    By Monica Greig

    Incidents involving pedestrians and bicyclists being shot by paintballs have occured throughout Hyde Park.

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    October 25, 2020

    Researchers Uncover Promising Multiple Sclerosis Treatment

    By Rachel Wan

    By fusing a cytokine to a blood protein, researchers hope to devise a way to prevent destructive immune cells from infiltrating the central nervous system.

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    October 22, 2020

    37 New Cases Reported in Fourth Week as COVID-19 Rates Across the City Rise

    By Lukian Kling

    University administrators reported 37 new cases, six positive tests, and a positivity rate of 0.15 percent in the fourth week of school.

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    October 23, 2020

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    VIEWPOINTS

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

    By Matthew Pinna

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

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    November 9, 2020

    COLUMN: The Presidential Election Is Just The Start

    Sylvia Ebenbach

    COLUMN: There’s No Other Option: Opt In to Feel Connected

    Emma Weber

    OP-ED: Students Should Feel Comfortable Reporting Health Pact Violations

    Allen Abbott

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