Jane Huang


Experiencing déjà blue

In the age of innovation, Web site design remains surprisingly stagnant.


October 18, 2013

Pearls of wisdom

The most peripheral knowledge may be what we want to remember.


October 8, 2013

Summer Musings: Simple laughs, serious thought

Comedy’s often disarming façade should not bar it from academic attention.


September 13, 2013

Summer Musings: The moral of the story

When the media criticizes entertainment for being a bad influence, it overlooks the audience’s ability to form a nuanced conception of right and wrong.


August 16, 2013

Getting around, the problem

Making the CTA a world-class transit system means extending its services to the places it currently underserves.


May 31, 2013

Don’t sugar-coat it

In light of recent dining hall health code issues, UChicago Dining’s explanations prioritize public image over honest accountability.


May 17, 2013

Mistaking identity

We shouldn’t paper over the gaps in our knowledge of individuals with things we feel safe to assume.


May 3, 2013

Becoming yourself

The adage “Be yourself” is not the right message for those trying to come to terms with their accomplishments and failures.


April 19, 2013

Full-court pressure

College basketball player Kevin Ware’s injury reveals flaws in a scholarship system that gives insufficient security to student-athletes.


April 4, 2013

American History X-perience

Though done to death in grade school, U.S. history deserves a more prominent place in college curricula.


March 8, 2013