Natalie Friedberg




March 6, 2015

BREAKING: Trauma center activists protest University fundraiser downtown

The nine activists who were linked in lockboxes have been arrested by CPD.


March 5, 2015

UChicago Dining Goes Purple

What does Aramark's Purple Menu mean for the University of Chicago's dining halls?



March 2, 2015

Robie House still standing

Commission on Chicago Landmarks declared the Robie House to be a Chicago landmark in 1957


February 17, 2015

Five challenge Alderman in Fifth Ward Election

The candidates laid out their platforms at local community meetings as the competition heats up in preparation for the Feb. 24th election.


February 10, 2015

Mayor Emanuel will attempt transfer of park land to city

The proposed transfer is meant to strengthen the University of Chicago's presidential library bid.


January 23, 2015

Community wants answers before Obama library

"We don’t need 25 acres [for a presidential library]…. Where is the University’s responsibility as a good neighbor?"


January 12, 2015

Committee to examine UCPD policies

The Citizens Action Committee for Fair University of Chicago Policing formed following a public forum two weeks ago.


November 11, 2014

Uncommon Interview: Max Grinnell (A.B. ’98), “Urbanologist”

He discusses history of Hyde Park, University’s urban renewal.


November 4, 2014

Early voters can get free rides to polls


October 31, 2014