Benjamin Pokross


CAPS malfunction pushes recruiter deadlines by one week

Over two dozen employers were affected by the momentary break in online service.


February 14, 2012

Uncommon Fund advances 83 applicants to second round

The applicants were selected from an initial pool of 124.


February 8, 2012

Quidditch to land on campus this spring

The University's first Quidditch season will begin this spring.


February 3, 2012

Doctor’s abrupt exit has Primary Care scrambling

A physician left suddenly at the end of December, leaving the Primary Care Service too understaffed to guarantee that it will take appointments made just 24-hours in advance.


January 24, 2012

Changes to student manual target protest, some say

Students claim that changes to the Student Manual will limit expression and protest.


January 13, 2012

Adrienne Cooper (A.M. '72), klezmer muse, dies at 65

Adrienne Cooper, who helped revitalize America's Yiddish community, succumbed to adrenal cancer over winter break.


January 10, 2012

Deemed a success, Arts Pass to keep Chicago cheap

The popular Arts Pass program has a new lease on life.


October 11, 2011

Logan Center leaves fate of current arts spaces up in air

The Logan Center for the Arts will open in Spring 2012, and may displace current art spaces.


May 24, 2011

Oates opens up about writing, death

As part of her tenure as the 2011 Kestenbaum Writer-in-Residence, author Joyce Carol Oates spoke to a crowd in I-House Wednesday on her husband's death and the changes in her writing process.


May 20, 2011

Dramatic rise in job offers graces campus

Job offers to students have more than doubled in the past year, CAPS reports.


May 10, 2011