Caroline Kubzansky

Managing Editor ('20-'21)


Medical Center Prepares to Keep Ahead of a Rising Tide

Chair of Surgery at UChicago Medicine Dr. Jeffrey Matthews is “guardedly optimistic” as the medical center treats a mounting number of COVID-19 patients and takes steps to protect staff and other patients.


April 5, 2020

With 50 Patient Cases of COVID-19, UCM Brings Back Asymptomatic Staff Under “Universal-Masking” Policy

UChicago Medicine is bringing back staff members who were previously furloughed for potential exposure to the novel coronavirus. All staff members are mandated to either wear procedural or N95 masks while caring for patients.


March 27, 2020

As Chicagoans Flock to Lake Michigan’s Shores, Lightfoot Closes Lakefront to Retain Social Distancing

Many Chicago residents have been takingto lakefront paths and nearbyparks afterlast week’s “shelter-in-place” directive. Mayor Lori Lightfoot responded by declaring the areas closed, saying, “This will push our city to the brink.”


March 27, 2020

Contracted Food Service, Janitorial, and Security Staff Will Continue Being Paid Spring Quarter; University Staff to Receive Extra Sick Time

University Vice President and CFO Ivan Samstein said food service contractors will take on “different responsibilities” for the spring quarter as the University continues responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.


March 23, 2020

10 Days Before Illinois Face-Off With Biden, Sanders and Surrogates Rally in Grant Park

“I think now that the primary nomination process is coming down to two people, it is important for the people of Illinois to understand the differences between us in terms of our records,” Bernie Sanders said during a rally in Chicago on March 7.


March 11, 2020

Law School Alum Amy Klobuchar Drops Out of Democratic Nomination Race

Klobuchar endorsed Joe Biden after announcing her withdrawal


March 4, 2020

As College Increases Its Diversity, Professor and Activists Argue Cultural Centers Improve Outcomes for Students of Color

Cultural centers may provide important mental health resources to students, but some worry they may not address issues of diversity and inclusion as activists hope.



February 19, 2020

UChicago Candidate Support Groups Reflect on Iowa Caucus

UChicago's three major student groups supporting candidates share their thoughts on the hectic Iowa caucus and what they plan on doing for future primaries.


February 12, 2020

At Event for GOP Challenger Joe Walsh, Out-of-State College Students Observe History and Consider Second Choices

College students who grew up in a more moderate Republican party want to unseat President Trump, but found primary challenger Joe Walsh (M.P.P. ’91) a dissatisfying option to fulfill that goal.


February 3, 2020

With No Final Prediction for Caucus Night, UChicago Campaign Groups Prepare to Canvass Even Harder

UChicago volunteers are sticking to their plans with or without the “gold standard” prediction, some with increased optimism about their chances of swaying potential caucus-goers in the absence of hard numbers.


February 2, 2020