Alex Dalton


State Sen. Robert Peters Talks Progressive Lawmaking at UC Dems Meeting

The newly-appointed State Senator has championed a progressive agenda in the Legislature.


October 28, 2019

Paradise Lost and Found Again, Together

Jorja Smith and Kali Uchis share the Aragon Ballroom stage in a passionate, exuberant double bill.


June 4, 2019


Who needs time for conventional art when you're Juhi Gupta?


June 3, 2019

In Interview, Taylor Discusses Plans for Policing, Transparency

Newly elected alderman Jeanette Taylor anticipates it will take six months for her vision to take root in the 20th Ward.


May 28, 2019

Hundreds Protest For and Against Bill on Abortion Funding

After College Council Representative Brett Barbin introduced a bill that would block Student Life fees from going toward abortions through the Emergency Fund, hundreds gathered in support of and against the bill.


May 21, 2019

Nina Barrett Discusses New Leopold and Loeb Book at Sem Co-Op

The book is a collection of documents about the infamous 1924 killing committed by two University of Chicago students.


May 19, 2019

Duck, Duck, Dollar Bill: At UChicago, Financial Diversity Goes Deeper Than Expensive Clothes

Conversations with first-generation, low income students reveal a reality of economic diversity at UChicago that's much more complicated than Canada Goose memes bely. Grey City reports.


May 13, 2019

Candidate for Board Liaison Hopes to Prioritize Mental Health, Sustainability

If elected, Dinesh Das Gupta hopes to leverage his position as Liaison to the Board of Trustees to improve mental health services in terms of wait times and quality of care.


April 30, 2019

How Hyde Park Voted

We broke down how the neighborhood voted in Chicago's historic runoff election.


April 14, 2019

Jeanette Taylor, Activist with DSA and Union Backing, Triumphs in 20th Ward

Taylor earned 60 percent of the vote to former elementary school teacher Nicole Johnson's 40 percent.


April 3, 2019