Natalie Denby


Enough With Competitive Insomnia

Constantly bragging about sleep deprivation unhealthily glorifies stress in our campus culture.


April 16, 2018

Students to the Front

Independent student activists have proved crucial to reforming gun violence in America.


March 29, 2018

The Thorn in Chicago’s (South) Side

Segregation is a pressing problem, but Chicagoans don't seem to care.


February 15, 2018

Trolling in the Age of Trump

Trump supporters are more interested in provocation than in meaningful dialogue.


February 5, 2018

The Urban-Rural Divide

American colleges are often inaccessible to rural students.


January 8, 2018

In Defense of Grunt Work

We need to change our approach to traditional service and volunteering opportunities


November 6, 2017

Population Stagnation

Population patterns paint a troubling picture of segregation and instability in Chicago


October 19, 2017

Outside the South Side

Students at UChicago don’t venture out of Hyde Park as often as they should.


October 2, 2017

Down in Suburbia

Those who live in commuter suburbs are often engaging with the wrong community.


May 4, 2017

Phony Security Measures

Transportation officials have no right to search through phones without a warrant.


April 19, 2017