Jay Gibbs


Professors, Be Proactive in Your Accommodations

Instructors must make accommodations that recognize the extraordinary circumstances of this finals season.


June 2, 2020

Under Quarantine, Embrace the "B" Stories

As the coronavirus pandemic dominates the news and our minds, we should look to little things for temporary relief.


April 1, 2020

Student Counseling Service: For a Limited Time Only

Counseling appointment times prove to be incompatible with the typical UChicago student’s schedule, leading to a neglect of mental health.


November 11, 2019

The Racist Side of Imposter Syndrome

Imposter syndrome is even more pernicious in the lives of minority students, who often hear racist insinuations about their college admissions.


May 6, 2019

Zimmer, Call Them What They Are

President Zimmer's recent letter depicts a university willing to discuss free speech but reluctant to discuss white supremacy.


August 25, 2017