Pete Grieve

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Fourth-year political science major reporting on campus news. You can send tips or feedback to


Newsletter for January 15

UChicago gets new frat; Law School alum sues Harvard Law Review; SG endorses cultural centers


January 15, 2019

Renovated, Art-Focused Garfield Green Line Station Unveiled | Newsletter for January 11

Renovated Green Line station opens; two men shot near 51st and Drexel; beloved math professor dies


January 11, 2019


8 a.m.

Prof Who Would've Talked to Bannon, "Early Hitler" Speaking at Convocation

Professor Luigi Zingales, who sparked protests by inviting Bannon to campus, will deliver the 2019 Convocation speech.


December 9, 2018

Luigi Zingales

Professor Luigi Zingales participated in a forum on February 5, 2018 where students challenged his decision to invite Bannon to campus.


Dec. 10, 2018

At Fed Soc Talk, Lawyer Suing Harvard Compares Anti-Asian Admissions Bias to a "Racist Taser"

Mortara, lead trial counsel in Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard, likened Harvard’s bias against Asian American students to an imaginary taser that kills Black people.


November 26, 2018


Law School lecturer Adam Mortara, lead trial counsel representing plaintiffs in Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard, speaks at a UChicago Federalist Society talk.


Nov. 27, 2018

Phi Delt Renovation

The house at 5625 South University Avenue will get a more than $1 million renovation.


Nov. 27, 2018

Secret Service Intercepts Suspicious Letters Sent to Obama Foundation at Harper Court

The letters were not found to contain hazardous material.


November 21, 2018


4:35 p.m.

Newsletter for November 20

Cop shot at Mercy Hospital mass shooting dies at UChicago Medicine; Columbia will bargain with graduate student union; Obama on campus today


November 20, 2018


9:41 a.m.

Newsletter for November 12

University reports 8% return on endowment; Eleven juveniles arrested on Halloween; professor defends Committee on Graduate Education


November 2, 2018