Caroline Kubzansky


Emails: CPS CEO Said Allegations of HPAHS Closing Were "Hoaxed"

CPS e-mails obtained through a records request show how officials responded to a seemingly untrue allegation that Hyde Park Academy High School will be closed.


April 10, 2018


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GSU Protests Outside Zimmer-Boyer Free Speech Event

Outside President Zimmer and Dean Boyer's free speech event, over 100 activists protested the administration and the University of Chicago Police Department (UCPD).


April 6, 2018

Community Meeting Discusses 61st St. Development

Residents voiced concerns amid 20th ward Alderman Willie Cochran's expressed optimism for the development.


April 2, 2018

World Fair Artifacts Uncovered at Obama Center Site

Archaeologists have uncovered artifacts from the 1893 World’s Fair in Jackson Park.


March 29, 2018

Five Student Startups Win Grants at College New Venture Challenge

Quevos, which produces high-protein, low-carb egg white chips, won $15,000, the largest amount the Polsky Center awarded.


March 25, 2018

Grounds of Being and Divinity School Reach Financial Agreement in Rent Dispute

Grounds of Being will pay $9582.63 for its space in Swift Hall under the year-long agreement.


March 8, 2018

Groups Advocate Reparations and University History at Teach-In

Audience discussion became heated over different interpretations of the University's history.


February 26, 2018

After Meeting Bannon, David Brooks Says He "Highly Recommends" His Visit

"[Bannon's] got a tremendous coherence to his worldview and it was kind of inspiring. I didn’t agree with it at all, but at least there’s a coherence and a conviction.”


February 19, 2018

Law School Administration Holds Town Hall to Answer Student Questions on School Climate, Whip Sheet

The Law Student Association has been told it cannot defund the Edmund Burke Society due to the University's commitment to freedom of expression.


February 9, 2018

Burke Whip Sheet Town Hall



Feb. 6, 2018