Celia Bever


A man, a mission, a new Metra

One former Chatham resident has drafted a proposal for solving the South Side's transit woes, which most—but not all—have discounted.


May 25, 2012

Zoning change could be retail boon for 53rd Street

Alderman Burns and University administration favor a 53rd Street zoning change that would diversity Hyde Park businesses.


May 4, 2012

Water conservation vital to Lake, students and experts claim

Chicago's archaic water utility system and policies received an expert and activist examination.


April 6, 2012

Crime, education on table at Woodlawn talks


April 3, 2012

Visiting ambassador touts a changed Colombia

Gabriel Silva traced his country's rise as a major player in global markets and international relations.


March 6, 2012

Trailblazer for Chicago women dies at 87

The first female vice president of the University died on January 29.


February 24, 2012

Panelists look at inequalities in marijuana arrests

Two journalists from the Chicago Reader and a lecturer in the College argued that politicians have little impetus to decriminalize marijuana.


February 24, 2012

“Mugged” mugs lampoon Hyde Park crime, get shot down by ORCSA

A third-year entrepreneur drew the scrutiny of the Office of the Reynolds Club and Student Activities (ORCSA) last week, after he set up shop in the Reynolds Club selling mugs that read, “Where fun comes to get mugged.”


January 13, 2012

New dance floor brings the swing back to Ida Noyes

The old dance floor in Ida Noyes was shut down after a student was injured using it.


January 10, 2012

Harper Court project may lose $1.25 million to tax ordinance

Developers tried to settle concerns about the financial security of the Harper Court development.


November 15, 2011