Katia Kukucka



Doing Honest Voting In College

We talk the talk, but do we vote? When it comes to actually hitting the polls, UChicago is a step behind.


October 22, 2018

Renaissance Role-play? Count Me In!

A columnist reflects on her experience taking Ada Palmer's one-of-a-kind Italian Renaissance class.


September 19, 2018

Dear Bartlett: A Tale Of a Dining Fall

Cats, a sauna, and a magical fountain are the key to getting Bartlett Dining Hall back up to standards.


May 7, 2018

The Trump Administration, in Memoriam

Trump’s ever-changing array of advisors have provided America plenty of entertainment, but such chaos hardly bodes well for the future of our country.


January 11, 2018

Wave of Laptop Thefts Plagues Bartlett

At least four laptops have been stolen from bags left momentarily unattended in Bartlett Dining Commons over the past four weeks.


November 20, 2017

GOP Chair Ronna McDaniel Speaks at IOP

“The Republican Party is the strongest we’ve seen in eight years.”


October 13, 2017

College Republicans and UC Dems Debate Social Security and Medicare

In their inaugural debate, they debated the merits of maintaining the programs and how to fund them in the future.


October 12, 2017