Prof urges Asian-Am. studies

Professor Karen Suyemoto discussed the importance of Asian-American studies and the role of cultural groups at a Monday night talk sponsored by Asian-American student groups. Suyemoto, who teaches clinical psychology and Asian-American studies at the University of Massachusetts in Boston, lauded the advantages of Asian-American studies during her talk, which was sponsored by the Asian […]


U. Chicago will not divest from Sudan

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. The University of Chicago’s controversial decision not to divest from Sudan on Friday drew the ire of activists at Yale, where administrators a year ago helped spearhead a nationwide divestiture movement. The Board of Trustees at Chicago released a four-page memorandum stating that […]


Fashion guru talks business

When Glen Senk is picking out a dress, he eschews the approaches of most seasoned retailers. He doesn’t focus on profits. He doesn’t bow to trends. Instead, he imagines he is a woman. At a Calhoun College Masters Tea on Wednesday, Senk — the president of women’s clothing store Anthropologie and executive vice-president of Urban […]


Panel addresses med. school diversity

Deans of admissions from several of the top medical schools in the country sought to address the concerns of underrepresented minority premeds in a panel discussion on Monday night. The deans shared their own experiences as minorities studying and working in medicine and discussed the future of the medical field before an audience of about […]