Kayla Martinez


Finding the Right Note: How UChicago’s A Cappella Groups are Making it Work

All of UChicago’s a cappella groups are up and running, jumping hurdle after hurdle to find new ways to create content and community.


November 29, 2020

Veggie Tales: How Luke McKeever Turned Celery into Celebrity

“He’s been eating the vegetable plain since he was a kid and once went on a liver cleanse that largely featured celery, so he didn’t think twice about his choice, but the Internet certainly did."


October 16, 2020

The Best Breakout Room on Campus (and No, It Isn’t Run by the University)

UChicago students and Off-Off Campus members Jo Blankson, Liva Pierce, and Anne Lim put on a new Zoom-based comedy show that won’t leave you stranded in awkward silence.


October 12, 2020

Yo, That’s Gay…and That’s the Point

Watching "The L Word: Generation Q" hasn’t changed my life; but it’s reminded me there are spaces where my friends and I can belong—spaces where we can feel safe being seen.


May 18, 2020

The Chicago Teachers Union Strike: Who, What, and Why

The CTU, along with other union-represented school employees have been on strike since October 17 to ask for improvements in both pay and non-pay related issues.


October 22, 2019