Kiera Yu


UChicago Law Magazine Starts Blog, Seeks to Expand Readership

The magazine, formerly known as the UChicago Undergraduate Law Review, was relaunched in 2017.


October 14, 2019

Mendoza Talks Social Reform, Burke Corruption Scandal at IOP

Mayoral Candidate Susana Mendoza emphasized her past experience, police-community relationships, and the state's responsibility to its vulnerable citizens during her visit to the IOP.


February 11, 2019

UChicago Blog Surveys Community on Treasure Island Replacement

The over 3,400 survey respondents ranked the produce department of a future grocer tenant as its most important attributes.


November 29, 2018

UChicago Alum Launches Social Dining App

Homecooked, a spinoff of a Facebook group facilitating "social dining," aims to combat the figure that 47% of meals are eaten alone.


November 12, 2018

SG Discusses Academic Leave, Sexual Assault Conference at Assembly Meeting

SG passed a non-binding resolution to improve the situation of College students returning from leave.


November 1, 2018

How to Trap a Demon: Oriental Institute Teaches Workshop

Program coordinator Tasha Vorderstrasse detailed how Jews, Christians, and Mandaeans in the first millennium trapped evil demons in bowls.


October 29, 2018

38th Annual Humanities Day Celebrates the Life of the Mind

Humanities Day has gathered hundreds of community members in celebration of debates, history, and discovery for nearly 40 years.


October 25, 2018

88rising Brings the Heat

88rising had a “dynamic stage presence, relatable lyrics, and unique sound, bringing together music styles from the East and West.”


October 18, 2018