Jaehoon Ahn


Family of alum who died in CPD custody reaches $4.9 million settlement with city

Philip Coleman (A.B. ’96) died in a hospital after the incident in 2012, allegedly having an allergic reaction to an antipsychotic drug.


April 12, 2016

Prominent Brazilians to Speak on Corruption, Development at Conference

Conference includes judge for case that implicates highest reaches of Brazilian politics.


April 8, 2016

MASK Prepares for Anti-violence Campaign

Mothers Against Senseless Killings holds its second meeting to address its upcoming campaign.


April 4, 2016

Authors Talk Danger of “Big Money” in Politics

“But the case we are making is that we are really at a tipping point right now. That the cancer is a stage four cancer.”


March 4, 2016

New Center Aims for ‘Unstoppable’ Computing

“The idea behind CERES is that collaboration with industry is an important part of collaborative problem formulation.”


February 23, 2016

Speaker Driven from IOP by Black Lives Matter Protesters

“This kind of dialogue is not about growth. It’s not about healing.”


February 19, 2016

University Receives $469 Million in Sponsored Research Funding

The biological sciences division received the most funding, followed by the physical and social sciences.


February 16, 2016

Democrats Debate on Behalf of Their Primary Picks

Student representatives of Clinton, Sanders, and O’Malley have it out.


January 22, 2016

Economist Thomas Piketty speaks at Logan Center

Lecture was based on his best-selling book, Capital in the Twenty-First Century.


November 13, 2015

Grant allows expansion of urban sensor network

"[The] funding is going to let us take the Array of Things from design, plan and prototype to the first full-scale pilot here in the city."


October 30, 2015