Eliza Fawcett

Metro Desk at the Chicago Tribune

Eliza received a B.A. in History from Yale College in 2019. She served as one of the editors-in-chief of The New Journal, a creative nonfiction magazine. In 2015, she graduated from Bard High School Early College with an Associate in Arts from Bard College.

Chicago Tribune

‘What made me stop was the blood.’ Uber driver comes to aid of woman slashed in Lincoln Park attack near DePaul

Gov. Pritzker’s speedboats among most expensive on Geneva Lake

Los Angeles Times

Trump's school safety commission would prefer if you didn't talk about gun control

Sparring with House Republicans, FBI's Peter Strzok denies anti-Trump texts affected his work

Prosecutors say Manafort thought 'the law did not apply to him,' as the trial of Trump's former campaign chairman begins

Judge is the undisputed center of attention at Paul Manafort's trial

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

In the heart of Appalachia’s opioid epidemic, a sliver of hope

Trump takes potshots at political foes at Boy Scout Jamboree in West Virginia

Family, friends gather for vigil they hope will lead to clues in 15-year-old mystery of Butler County teens' deaths

Police find 50 dead cats in storage shed

The New Journal

On the Doorstep — In New Haven, eviction feeds into a cycle of poverty that's hard to escape.

A Fragile Sanctuary — The walls of a New Haven church protect Marco Antonio Reyes Alvarez from deportation. No one knows for how long.

The Countdown — New Haven is refocusing its efforts to tackle homeless. Is that enough?

Yale Daily News

NHPD aims to add body cameras

City weighs options for combating opioid crisis

Elm City reacts to unexpected Trump victory

NAACP president visits campus to honor MLK


Dr. Oz Helps Good Samaritans Aid Woman Hit by Cab Near Rockefeller Center

The Met Opens on Monday for First Time in 42 Years