Anjali Dhillon


Hyde Park Screening Will Be Film's Last Appearance Pending End of Legal Challenge

Gun Advocacy Group Says Deceptive Editing Left Them Speechless.


October 17, 2016

First-years Announce College Council Campaigns

Polls open on Wednesday, October 12.


October 4, 2016

Woman Who Coined the Phrase “Black Lives Matter” Talks Organizing, Police Abolition

“If we want to get to that place where all lives matter, then we have to acknowledge that black lives matter too.”


September 30, 2016

While the IIRON’s Hot

Illinois Indiana Regional Organizing Network is a coalition that aims to bring about social, economic, and racial justice at the grassroots level.


May 27, 2016

Rally, Sit-in Aims to “Democratize” University

Students, Staff and Alumni Protested for Increased Accountability and Staged a Sit-In at Levi Hall.


May 20, 2016

University to Offer Neuroscience Major Starting in Fall 2016

Neurobiology Professor Peggy Mason will serve as director of the new major.


May 13, 2016

"The Romanovs" Author Discusses His History of the Dynasty

British historian and author Simon Sebag Montefiore discussed his new book at the the Seminary Co-Op Bookstore on Monday.


May 10, 2016

1002 Sign Petition for Fair Compensation for Resident Assistants

“These students are working for free as a direct result of their family’s low income,” the petition reads.


April 26, 2016

Drug May Help Fight Urothelial Cancer, Researchers Find

“The connections linking afatinib with a better response to treatment...are encouraging.”


April 19, 2016

UCMC Named Leader in LGBT Healthcare

The award was given by the Human Rights Campaign.


April 4, 2016