Cairo Lewis


University’s Policy a Feature Point in National Campus Free Speech Debate

“Chicago is my main hope.”


March 8, 2016

Looking Forward: New Contract, New Possibilities

“We think [self-operation] could really work, and then we could also decide where the money goes.”


February 19, 2016

Director of Creed, Fruitvale Station Gives Kent Lecture

“I really liked consuming the movie industry, even as a small child. But I didn’t see enough people like me.”


February 16, 2016

Options After Current Aramark Contract Laid Out at Town Hall

“We are trying to make sure that the student body is aware of the process.”


January 29, 2016

Screw Found in Dining Hall Food Leads to UChicago Dining Investigation

“I am hoping this is another ‘screw’ in...Aramark’s partnership with the University.”


January 26, 2016

Pozen Center Hosts Second Annual Human Rights Symposium

“Both health and human rights are really about social justice. There’s a lot that connects popular subjects like safety, Ebola, and torture.”


January 26, 2016

University joins C3 fellowship program for minority graduate students

“We are eager to create opportunities for our students and to help contribute to the national dialogue on diversity in graduate education and academia.”


December 6, 2015

Doctors find potential new approach for early detection of blood cancer

The blood cancers, myelodysplastic syndromes, are characterized by low red blood cell levels.


November 24, 2015

Saturday dinner program undersubscribed, despite University efforts

Dining is looking to improve its Saturday night dinner program in response to low student turnout during its trial period.


November 20, 2015

High demand at new Studio Gang-designed City Hyde Park building

“City Hyde Park is the first new Multi-family building to be constructed in Hyde Park in over 25 years.”


October 30, 2015