Law, Policy & Society
Tagging along with Occupy Chicago participant Kelvin Ho, ’12, at a protest against entitlement cuts.
In his latest book, sociologist Richard Sennett, AB’64, explores the social craft of cooperation.
Nina Burleigh, AM’87, covered Italy’s Amanda Knox case and the global obsession with the beautiful “female monster.”
Clare Gillis, AB’98, spent 44 days in captivity while working as a freelance journalist in Libya.
A Law School clinic wants to remove the restrictions on Chicago’s mobile chefs.
At age 30, SSA graduate student Ameya Pawar, SM'09, surprised everyone by winning a Chicago City Council seat.