Many publications, including foreign periodicals, are available for browsing at the Reg, second floor. The University Bookstore carries a variety of newspapers and magazines. Or you can tap into their Web sites.
Free alternative weekly newspaper that includes "The Straight Dope," local news, listing of events, and extensive classified section.
This tabloid-sized daily has good entertainment coverage on Fridays and Saturdays and is home to Roger Ebert.
This daily has good entertainment coverage in addition to the news.
Hyde Park Herald
Weekly community newspaper. A subscription costs $15 per year.
Alternative news and arts weekly newspaper founded by University of Chicago alumni. Includes Best of Chicago, a useful listing of highly recommended Chicago resources and attractions.
Free newspapers and other kinds of publications are everywhere in the city. Examples of some that you can find as close as the entrance of the Reynolds Club are Indian Reporter and World News, N'Digo, and Red Eye.
Many are targeted to specific audiences, such as gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered communities. They include Blacklines, Chicago Free Press, Gay Chicago, Nightlines, Outlines, and Windy City Times. Also look for the OUT! Guide, published in June and December.