Alice Cheng



Stuart Buie Played "the Type of Music that Just Warms You Up"

An accomplished pianist, Buie's "smile and laughter were contagious.”


November 12, 2019

The Very Hungry Squirrels of UChicago

What’s the only thing hungrier than a college student? A college squirrel.


October 22, 2019

Banana Squirrel



Oct. 23, 2019

Booth Alumna’s Business Named Most Valuable Woman-Led Startup in Illinois

Founded in 2012, Simple Mills was recently valued at over $180 million.


October 20, 2019

Unequal Access

Grey City spoke with disabled students about their experiences navigating accommodations that frequently fall short.



October 8, 2019

From Ex Lib Yogurts to Attacking Admissions Practices

Adam Mortara (S.B. ’96, J.D. ’01) reflected on his path from the UChicago College to the courtroom, where he is leading the charge against Harvard's admissions practices on behalf of Students for Fair Admissions.



April 30, 2019

Fabiana's Owners Bring New Venture Bibliophile To 53rd Street

The new restaurant focuses on alcohol and desserts and features a bookstore component, hoping to appeal to Hyde Parkers' "discerning palettes."


January 10, 2019

U of C Law School Lecturer Represents Plaintiffs in Harvard Affirmative Action Lawsuit

Mortara says he’s seen an outpouring of support from Asian-American students.


November 8, 2018

University Demonstrates Academic Solidarity Through Puerto Rico Relief Program

Nine third- and fourth-year undergraduates, four graduate students, four visiting scholars, and two artists were selected from a pool of applicants from the University of Puerto Rico to study in Chicago.


April 20, 2018