William Trlak


Campus Single-User Bathrooms Undergo Change to Gender Neutral Signage

The change will not affect dorm bathroom policy.


May 23, 2019

Student Government Holds Referendum to Reduce Crossover between Undergrad and Grad Councils

The referendum proposes eliminating Student Government’s Finance Committee as a permanent Standing Committee between College Council and Graduate Council, reducing the amount and frequency of collaboration between the two councils.


April 17, 2019

Local Community Service Knitting Group Celebrates 4th Anniversary

Fiber Friends Studio, founded by Tina Miklas, focuses on giving back to the South Side community through their crafts.


March 11, 2019

Bibliophile Owners Plan to Expand Menu—and Their Budding Restaurant Empire

Starting in March, Bibliophile’s menu will feature a high tea and a weekend brunch.


February 25, 2019

Student Coffee Shops Left Temporarily Without Adviser After Business and Operations Manager's Departure

Mike Constantino left his post in December to become student-alumni relations coordinator at Booth.


February 25, 2019

20th Ward Alderman Hopefuls Answer Our Housing Questions

We asked the candidates about rent control, affordable housing, and vacant lots.


January 29, 2019

Lightfoot, Enyia, and Ford Talk Obama Center and ICE

The three mayoral candidates gathered in a Hyde Park church last week.


December 11, 2018

UChicago Leads Country in Voter Registration, Ahead of Harvard by More Than 30 Percentage Points

The IOP is running an early voting location on campus for the first time to increase voter turnout.


November 2, 2018

Campus's First-Ever Early Voting Polling Place to Open This Week

New group UChi Votes seeks to increase campus voter registration to 70 percent, up from 58 percent in the 2014 midterms.


October 30, 2018

UChi Votes ambassador training

UChi Votes student voting ambassadors receiving training at the start of the school year


Oct. 29, 2018