Alexis Florence

2023 Class

CONTRIBUTIONS

s is for soul

Jeyifous and Reese stand together at the opening of "S is for Soul Sister."

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Jan. 24, 2020

"S is for Soul Sister" Remembers a Forgotten Alphabet

Molecular biologist and photographer Okunola Jeyifous rediscovers the story and people behind the “Black ABC’s” flashcards with the UChicago Arts incubator staff in his exhibition "S is for Soul Sister" on display now until March 20.

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January 24, 2020

As the First Primaries Approach, UChicago for Bernie Hits the Phones

UChicago undergraduate and graduate students backing the Democratic hopeful for president meet on a weekly basis to call potential voters for the democratic primaries.

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January 21, 2020

Sanders Phonebank

UChicago students make phone calls for Bernie Sanders' campaign.

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Jan. 22, 2020

UChicago Graduate Students Plan Satellite Iowa Caucus at University Church

Two Iowan graduate students have organized a remote Iowa Democratic Caucus for the 2020 election.

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January 16, 2020

Rep. Tarver’s Office Talks Clean Energy Jobs Act at Community Meeting

As part of a series of monthly constituent nights in Hyde Park, Tarver’s office hosted the discussion with representatives from two nonprofit groups, Vote Solar and Blacks in Green.

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January 15, 2020

Chemist Ka Yee Lee Selected as New University Provost

Lee, the current Vice Provost for Research, assumes the new role starting in February. Former Provost Daniel Diermeier will serve as Senior Advisor to the President until June 30.

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January 7, 2020

Law Student Challenges Representative Bobby Rush in Illinois First Congressional District

Sarah Gad draws on personal experiences with the criminal justice system in her bid for the democratic nomination.

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January 7, 2020

Local Market Opens, Becoming First New Grocery Store in South Shore in Six Years

The branch of Chicagoland-based chain Shop & Save, beset by delays, finally greeted customers on December 11.

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December 21, 2019

The Obama Center and a CBA: Where Do We Go from Here?

South Side residents continue pushing for a Community Benefits Agreement despite resistance from fellow community members.

FEATURE

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November 27, 2019