Tyler Warner


Activists criticize University endowment investments

Activists urged the University to reconsider its investment in Hei Hotel and Resorts in a letter to the administration last week. The group claims the company, which does not hire union workers, mistreats its employees.


November 25, 2008

Displaced apartment tenants credit U of C for financial assistance

For some students, there was one trying part of the eviction ordeal: parting with the friends they had grown accustomed to sharing a home with.


November 14, 2008

Fiscal crisis could prove boon to graduate applications

When the economy sours, students start thinking about grad school. At least that’s what early graduate application numbers at the University seem to indicate.


November 4, 2008

Obama’s Secret Service diverts traffic, but neighbors don’t mind

For most students living in the area, “inconvenience” is the word most frequently used when discussing the Secret Service's presence in Hyde Park.


October 28, 2008

Proud Graney’s production falls prey to sensory overload

Smoke and lights are the hallmark of Chicago theatrical heavyweight Sean Graney’s spectacle-laden new production of Edward II at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater.


October 14, 2008

MAC parent company buys Shoreland

Antheus Capital paid most recent owner $16 million for property that U of C sold for $6 million in 2004.


October 10, 2008

Jazz fest riffs on city’s musical past

Between 12 p.m. and 2 a.m. September 27, jazz will once again fill the streets and cultural institutions of Hyde Park. The festivities will include some 30 shows in 12 venues.


September 22, 2008

U of C jumps to tie for eighth in latest U.S. News ranking

MIT, Caltech, Stanford, and a handful of Ivies: That's all that stands between the University of Chicago and the pinnacle of the academic world.


September 22, 2008

Zimmer taps Cal’s Sudduth to head D.C. lobbying office


April 25, 2008

Campus mag goes down in slander, flames


April 8, 2008