Alexis Florence

2023 Class


Creators of Cards Against Humanity to Open Chicago Board Game Cafe

With dining, board games, and escape rooms, the café will open in January.


November 22, 2019

Protestors? "Terrorists." Carrie Lam? "A Sinner for A Thousand Years."

At a University symposium, panelists debated criticisms of both the pro-democracy movement and Hong Kong government’s actions.


November 19, 2019

Grad Unions from Across Chicago Rally against NLRB, Vow to Continue Organizing

Graduate students from several Universities remained undeterred by a proposed NLRB rule that could exclude graduate students from federal labor protections.


November 16, 2019

Jesse Sharkey at GSU Rally

CTU President Jesse Sharkey spoke to graduate students at a rally in the Loop.


Nov. 15, 2019

GSU Rallies Against NLRB Proposed Rule

UChicago Graduate Students United Co-President for Bargaining, Claudio Gonzales, addressed representatives of several Chicago-area graduate student unions.


Nov. 15, 2019

Survivor of America's Longest Solitary Stint Calls It 'Brutal Nonphysical Torture'

“An individual can cause chaos,” Woodfox said, “a mass movement can cause change.”


November 12, 2019




Nov. 13, 2019

South Shore Will Kick “Food Desert” Status with Upcoming Opening of Shop & Save

The new grocery is the first one to open in the neighborhood in nearly six years.


November 5, 2019

Effects of Food Insecurity Felt Throughout Hyde Park Community

In Hyde Park alone, about 33 percent of the neighborhood’s population is eligible for some federal nutrition programs.


October 29, 2019

Ronald McDonald House Re-Opens After Eight Month Closure

The House at Comer Children's Hospital has welcomed back families who were moved to the Hyatt Place hotel while the House's flood damage was repaired.


October 15, 2019