Anushka Harve

News Editor


UChicago Reports 17 New COVID-19 Cases

There are a total of 87 close contacts associated with this week’s new cases and 12 students are isolating off-campus.


October 12, 2021


7:21 p.m.

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Carrol J. Banks, a coordinator for UChicago's COVID-19 testing program, sits at the check-in desk at the Woodlawn Social Services Center Depot.


April 19, 2021

A Look Into the Life of UChicago COVID-19 Testing Coordinator

“I get a different student and I get a different life story […] a different culture in my seat,” Carrol J. Banks said about working at campus testing sites.


April 18, 2021


7:06 p.m.

Community Dialogue Discusses Creating a Dementia-Friendly Hyde Park

The Dementia Friendly Hyde Park initiative is meant to create programs that can support members of the community with dementia.


March 26, 2021


1:22 p.m.

UChicago Dining to Expand Maroon Dollars Use and Implement Pre-Ordering, Following CC Initiative

Maroon Dollars may soon be able to be used at off-campus businesses like Insomnia Cookies and Seoul Taco, and students will have the option to pre-order food in campus cafés and Hutchinson Commons by fall 2021.


February 17, 2021


9:30 p.m.

"I Thought I Was Endangering National Security,” Former Secretary of Defense James Mattis Said of His Decision to Resign

Former Secretary of Defense and retired four-star general James Mattis discussed the Trump Administration’s legacy at an IOP event.


February 4, 2021


11:11 a.m.

Booth Community Members Comment on Remote Switch

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.


November 2, 2020

RSOs Adapt to Virtual Recruitment Cycle

Moot Court, Off-Off Campus, and UChicago Maya saw pros and cons to virtual tryouts and auditions.


October 26, 2020