Caroline Kubzansky


Kimbark Coin Laundry Closes, Will Reopen as Dry Cleaners

Crawford cited multiple reasons for the closure, but said money was at the forefront of the decision.


January 21, 2019

Divorced Professors Talk Trust, Modern Marriage at Philosophy Event

Philosophy professors Agnes and Ben Callard met as graduate students and got married in 2003 before coming to UChicago and getting a divorce in 2011.


November 19, 2018

Union Posts Flyers Condemning Neubauer

A union claims Joseph Neubauer should have done more to prevent outsourcing of Nabisco workers' jobs.


October 31, 2018

Zimmer Opens Candlelight Vigil for Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting Victims

Monday night's service also featured clergy from Hillel, Chabad, and Brent House.


October 29, 2018

Treasure Island Sinks, Employees Left Without a Line

Treasure Island closed on Monday, leaving many employees without jobs and locals with fewer grocery options.


October 12, 2018

U of C’s Arts Block Wrangles With Neighbors, Winter Weather

“How many times have we been played about everything that comes to this community that’s supposed to be for us, that’s not supposed to push us out?”



September 21, 2018

HPA Gets $40 Million for Improvements, Was Obama's Center a Factor?

“There are new things happening in this community with the Obama library," CPS's Janice Jackson said.


September 18, 2018

CBA Coalition Rallies at Alumni Weekend

Several alumni circulated a petition in support of a CBA leading up to Alumni Weekend.


June 4, 2018

CBA alumni rally

Members of the CBA Coalition march towards Alumni Weekend celebrations on the Quad.


June 4, 2018

As Woodlawn Community Leaders Debate New Green Line Stops, a Decades-Old Conflict Is Revived

In the 1990s, a Green Line route down 63rd Street was decommissioned. Now, as supporters of the Green Line are trying to bring it back, opponents fear that decades-old lessons have not been heeded.


May 21, 2018