Joy Crane


Record low acceptance rate: students still drawn by “life of the mind”

Leading the national trend of surging applications to most top-tier U.S. universities, UChicago’s acceptance rate is down nearly five percentage points from last year.


April 5, 2013

Cover Story: The Road Ahead

The University, its real estate, and a vision for Hyde Park retail.


March 12, 2013

Sayonara, Sahli!

Ellen Sahli will be leaving her position at the University to work for the Chicago Housing Authority.


March 8, 2013

Pritzker Dean Dr. Kenneth Polonsky discusses trauma center

Dean Polonsky discussed the importance dialogue around the trauma center at a public roundtable last night meant to focus on the new Center for Care and Discovery.


March 5, 2013

Alum awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Alum receives 2013 Gates Cambridge Scholarship


February 22, 2013

Obama comes home, talks gun violence

The speech marked one of three stops the President made to push his second-term agenda, which includes gun control and anti-poverty policies.


February 19, 2013

Law School receives $10 million

The donation will benefit scholarship merging law and economics.


February 12, 2013

Students watch Springfield lame-duck session

A career trek sponsored by the Institute of Politics brought students together with state lawmakers.


January 6, 2013

Investigative Series, Part VI: Prevention and campus climate

Victims see a campus culture of perceived tolerance towards sexual assault crimes.


December 4, 2012

Investigative Series, Part V: Statistics belie the scope of the crime

The lack of a centralized source for sexual assault data creates an imperfect picture of the pervasiveness of sex crimes.


November 30, 2012