In the second episode of The Chicago Thinker Podcast, staff writers Arthur Long and Jack Moore discuss the end of surveillance testing at the University of Chicago, the Oriental Institute’s name change, UChicago graduate students’ unionization vote, and Judge Kyle Duncan’s mistreatment at the hands of Stanford Law School’s woke mob.
All the opinions that Arthur and Jack express in this episode are theirs alone:
Arthur and Jack’s second episode is also available on Spotify, where we will post the first episode in the next couple days:
Declan Hurley is the Chicago Thinker’s Publisher and Editor-in-Chief. A rising fourth year at the University of Chicago who is studying Economics and History, Declan is also a small-business owner, the editor of FDL Review, and an active participant in the politics of his home state, North Carolina. He loves to partake in the battle over ideas; and, in his free time, he likes to run, read, and review public-opinion polling.