Caroline Kubzansky

Managing Editor ('20-'21)


UCMC Expects to Begin Vaccinating Staff Against COVID-19 as Soon as Dec. 16

Chicago public health officials expect 23,000 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to arrive next week, pending emergency approval by the FDA. 1,950 vaccine doses are expected to go to UCMC workers.


December 11, 2020

Geophysical Sciences Grad Students Call on Faculty to Denounce Videos By Department Member

Following a set of videos published by professor Dorian Abbot, a group of students in his department are demanding that he be removed from his social media and website positions, as well as departmental denunciation of the video’s content.


December 2, 2020

Election Day Sees Steady Stream of Diverse Voters at Hyde Park, Woodlawn Polling Places

Despite options to vote by mail-in or absentee ballot, neighborhood polling places still saw healthy turnouts for in-person voting on Election Day.


November 5, 2020

Voting in a pandemic

A voter at Cornerstone Baptist Church came armed with gloves, goggles, and Lysol spray to stay safe while casting her ballot.


Nov. 5, 2020

Awaiting Election Results, Student Groups Look to Future

Politically-aligned RSOs are considering a wide range of programming in the days and months following the election.


November 5, 2020

Halloween Night Brings Police, Protesters, and Organizers to Hyde Park

Officers on bicycles pushed groups of Chicagoans around 53rd Street shortly after a demonstration against UCPD by #CareNotCops. Other community organizers were also in the area to help de-escalate tense situations.


November 1, 2020

What to know about the Illinois Fair Tax Law

The passage of the proposed amendment would allow a state-wide graduated income tax, potentially impacting a handful of residents in neighborhoods surrounding the University.


October 12, 2020

Solidarity Street-Loop

College students from across Chicago occupy a Loop intersection as they demonstrate support for police abolition.


Aug. 4, 2020

Solidarity Street: Students Take Millennium Park, the Loop, Calling for End to University-Police Contracts

College students filled the streets of Chicago calling on schools to end their contracts with police Saturday night.


August 4, 2020

ICE Announces Nonimmigrant International Students Must Learn In Person or Leave U.S.

An announcement Monday said that international students would need to leave the country if their coursework was exclusively online, and that arriving students whose fall course loads are fully remote will be unable to enter the country.


July 8, 2020