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Latino voters and lessons from the 2020 election

Political scientist Michael Jones-Correa, historian Ann Farnsworth-Alvear, and demographer Emilio Parrado share their thoughts on the election results and what both parties...

VOA: Trump, Allies Take Frantic Steps to Overturn Biden’s Victory

President Donald Trump and his allies are taking increasingly frantic steps to subvert the results of the 2020 election, including summoning...

Should we rethink assumptions about the 2020 election?

Pollsters have faced a barrage of criticism since the election. But setting aside the technical challenges in polling, what makes predicting the...

CNN: See the fence being built around the White House

CNN's Alex Marquardt tours the "non-scalable" fence being built around the White House as the 2020 election looms.

Two University of Chicago researchers elected to National Academy of Medicine

2020 election honors pioneering advances in immunoengineering, equity work

Assessing constitutional and legal challenges for the 2020 election

A panel of 10 experts spoke at a virtual symposium at the Penn Carey Law School about the challenges facing the presidential...

VOA: This Voter Group Could Sway 2020 Election

Ian Martens, a rising junior at Furman University in South Carolina, says President Donald Trump has “done a great job building our economy...
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Fall 2022 Move-In

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