Matthew Lee



Preparing for Nurse’s Strike, Medical Center Diverts Patients, Transfers Newborns to Nearby Hospitals

Four hospital units have been closed; newborn and pediatric ICU patients are being transferred.


September 19, 2019

The Demand for a Voice: A Look Back at the History of GSU

Last school year saw a significant escalation of union organizing activity. Here's a brief history of Graduate Students United.


September 18, 2019

UChicago Medical Center Nurses Confirm a Strike Date

A hospital administrator criticized the decision to strike, saying the hospital has been negotiating in good faith.


September 9, 2019

UChicago Med Nurses Vote to Authorize Strike

The strike vote is an escalation of ongoing contract disputes between the nurses’ union and UChicago Medical Center.


September 2, 2019

Obama Center Will Have “Adverse Effect” on Jackson Park, Study Finds

The planned Obama Presidential Center (OPC) will have an “adverse effect” on historic properties within Jackson Park and the Midway Plaisance, a report found.


August 11, 2019

After Years of Organizing, Obama Center CBA Ordinance Introduced in City Hall

Some community stakeholders, such as the University, are concerned the ordinance in its current state might disincentivize investment.


July 28, 2019

CBA Ordinance Press Conference

Aldermen Leslie Hairston and Jeanette Taylor hold a press conference with pro-CBA activists to introduce the ordinance.


July 28, 2019

UChicago Med Nurses are Rallying Outside the Hospital on Monday. Here’s Why

State Senator Robert Peters and Members of UChicago Labor Council will join the 8:30 a.m. rally.


July 21, 2019

From Phi Beta Kappa to Psi U, The Maroon to Tennis, John Paul Stevens was the “Big Man on Campus”

John Paul Stevens (A.B. ’41) died on Tuesday at 99 years old.


July 17, 2019

Robie House Named UNESCO World Heritage Site

The U.N. agency on Sunday gave eight buildings by Frank Lloyd Wright the designation.


July 9, 2019