Annie Geng


To Be One of a "Special" Few: Starting College at UChicago

A third-year student gives her two cents on starting college and reflects on her own first year.


September 10, 2018

Mental Health and the UCPD Shooting

UChicago needs to reckon with its lack of investment in mental health care in the wake of the UCPD shooting.


April 9, 2018

In Defense of Not Knowing

The end-goal of college can't simply be a career path, a job or money—in fact, sometimes it might be better to have no goal in sight at all.


January 23, 2018

The Harmful Power of Faux Feminism

Men need to commit to the feminist beliefs they claim to espouse.


November 13, 2017

Out of Control

The Trump administration's moves to restrict birth control reflect a broader cultural ambivalence to the needs of women.


October 21, 2017

Model Behavior

Underlying the Asian “model minority” myth is a little-known history of marginalization.


May 29, 2017

The Misogyny Factor

Bill O’Reilly’s dismissal points to larger problems of sexism within journalism.


May 4, 2017