Law, Policy & Society

University of Chicago News Office, January 9, 2012

Martin Luther King Jr. delivered three “glorious” speeches on campus between 1956 and 1966, the first in Rockefeller Chapel.
Jan–Feb/12

This fall fourth-year Kelvin Ho spent his days not in class but on Occupy Chicago’s front lines.

Jan–Feb/12

Deviance researchers Patricia and Peter Adler study the social side of self-injury.

Jan–Feb/12

Former Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens’ memoir inspires praise and criticism.

11.11.2011

Tagging along with Occupy Chicago participant Kelvin Ho, ’12, at a protest against entitlement cuts.

Nov–Dec/11

Vince Michael, AB’82, AM’82, builds community by saving buildings.

Nov–Dec/11

In his latest book, sociologist Richard Sennett, AB’64, explores the social craft of cooperation.

Nov–Dec/11

Nina Burleigh, AM’87, covered Italy’s Amanda Knox case and the global obsession with the beautiful “female monster.”

Nov–Dec/11

Clare Gillis, AB’98, spent 44 days in captivity while working as a freelance journalist in Libya.

Nov–Dec/11

A new survey examines how American opinions have shifted since 9/11.
Nov–Dec/11

A Law School clinic wants to remove the restrictions on Chicago’s mobile chefs.

10.27.2011

At age 30, SSA graduate student Ameya Pawar, SM'09, surprised everyone by winning a Chicago City Council seat.