Tony Brooks

News Editor


SG Cuts Funds for Student Leadership Recognition, Sexual Assault Awareness

The SG General Assembly approved their budget for the next academic year at Monday night's meeting.


April 23, 2018

Facebook Says 'Non': UChicago Secrets Shut Down, Allegedly Over Anti-French Post

The moderators believe the page was banned as the result of a post which made fun of a previous post in which a writer describes negative feelings toward “French history and culture.”


April 19, 2018

College Council Discusses Two Upcoming Events

College Council discusses Earth Day event and future statewide Title IX conference.


April 12, 2018

University Announces New Policy for Religious Holidays

The University announced in a new accommodations policy for religious observance.


March 29, 2018

College Council Discusses Potential SG Restructuring

No immediate proposals for changes were made.


March 2, 2018

Reg Exhibit Explores University Scientists' Reactions to Atomic Bomb

On display are artifacts from Enrico Fermi and other scientists at the Met Lab, which researched nuclear reactions during World War II.


February 19, 2018

College Council Unanimously Backs Phoenix Survivors Alliance Title IX Proposal

PSA argues that the disciplinary policies outlined online on UMatter are inaccurate and contradictory.


February 11, 2018

Chicagoans and University Psychologist Speculate on 'Mothman'

The Mothman was first sighted in the small West Virginia town of Point Pleasant in 1967.


January 29, 2018

Hyde Park Crime Rates Hold Steady; Slight Increase in Violent Crime

According to CPD data, although the total number of crimes reported in Hyde Park in 2017 is on par with 2016, more violent crimes were reported this year.


January 22, 2018

Students Debate Whether It Was a Good Idea to Use Nukes Against Japan

The University of Chicago Political Union hosted the debate.


January 15, 2018