Joy Crane


Law students take second look at 1994 murder case

UChicago law students try to prove the innocence of a death row inmate they claim was framed by the police.


November 12, 2013

Marriage equality to be law

The landmark bill will impact the LGBTQ community statewide and right here on campus.


November 8, 2013

UCSC shuffle sparks outcry

The UCSC announcement of a staff overhaul and a shift in focus has not been taken well by several students, who decry the lack of transparency in decision making.


October 4, 2013

O-Issue 2013: Trustees

More about the long-term thinking of those above President Robert Zimmer.


September 23, 2013

O-Issue 2013: Campus music

From broadcasting to bands, there’s something for all musicians.


September 23, 2013

Hallowed Grounds changes postponed

Administrators have put the conversion of Hallowed Grounds into an RSO Advising Center on hold until they solicit more student input on the proposal during fall quarter.


August 20, 2013

Swallowed Grounds: Cafe to downsize for ORCSA offices

Part of Hallowed Grounds will be converted into RSO advising space by the time students return to campus.


August 3, 2013

Fourth-year finds own identity thief

After a series of e-mail blasts were sent to UChicago students and faculty in his name last Wednesday, fourth-year Kevin Zhang figured out the identity of the person he believes to be behind it.


June 4, 2013

Class of ’17 yield above 50 percent

Admissions yield reached a record high, although it's still below that of the ivies.


May 14, 2013

Angela Davis: institutions must “unlearn racism”

Historian and activist Angela Davis spoke about the prison abolition movement and gun control at Rockefeller on Friday.


May 7, 2013