Avi Waldman


No Spotless Record: Censorship at UChicago

In the first of a two-part series, Grey City looks back at the University's complicated relationship with free speech and the student press in the 1950's.



May 21, 2019

CareNotCops Demands UCPD Budget Transparency at Rally

The organization delivered a letter to President Zimmer outlining a list of demands to provide transparency regarding UCPD funding.


April 11, 2019

Preckwinkle, Lightfoot Talk Consent Decree, Policing Reform at Campus Forum

The candidates agreed on the need for more police training, but appeared to diverge on the future of current superintendent Eddie Johnson.


March 17, 2019

Folklore Society Prepares the Latest Chapter in a Long History of Folk Music

Grey City gets to know the UChicago Folklore Society as they prepare for their annual Folk Festival, one of the oldest in the country, and takes a trip through the history of folk music from its roots to today.



February 5, 2019

Office of Civic Engagement Program Assists University Employees in Buying South Side Homes

Since 2003, the Employer-Assisted Housing Program has offered loans to University employees to buy homes in several South Side neighborhoods.


January 29, 2019