Maroon Staff

Hustle The Maroon: How to Join UChicago's Student Newspaper

By Maroon Staff

Join a passionate community of journalists, photographers, business people, digital specialists, and designers.

FEATURE

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September 20, 2018

Admin Asks Frats Not to Host O-Week Parties for First-Years

By Pete Grieve

"We know that [your] policies explicitly prohibit providing alcohol to underaged individuals," the University said.

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September 20, 2018

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The Curious Case of Chicago's Offense

By Michael Perry

Four years ago, the University of Chicago won its conference. Two years ago, it boasted the No. 2 passer in the nation. Three offensive coordinators later, the Maroons are winless and can’t score. What happened?

FEATURE

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September 19, 2018

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Seoul Taco Coming to Location of Cemitas Puebla, Packed

By Maroon Staff

A Korean-Mexican fast casual restaurant is opening on 57th Street.

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September 18, 2018

Iris Jacobs

Escaping the Campus Bubble (Or For Starters, The Reg)

By Alexa Perlmutter

A second-year student urges incoming students to escape the UChicago bubble and immerse themselves in politics.

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September 20, 2018

Doug Ford

Ontario Says Colleges Must Adopt UChicago Free Speech Principles Or Lose Funding

By Euirim Choi

The move would be the largest-scale application of the University of Chicago’s Principles of Free Expression to date.

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August 30, 2018

Lightfoot for Mayor

Law School Alum Running for Mayor

By Sarah Lewis

UChicago Law School alum Lori Lightfoot is running for mayor of Chicago.

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August 28, 2018

Charlie Rollason

JB Pritzker, Kim Foxx Among Speakers at College Democrats Conference

By Parker Mee

At the National College Democrats of America convention held on campus last weekend, two UChicago students were elected to the CDA’s national board.

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August 11, 2018

Newsletter for September 1

By Euirim Choi and Pete Grieve

Chinese Coal, No Revenue, One Employee: Inside UChicago Trustee’s “$1.7 Billion” Firm

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September 1, 2018

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Maroon Staff

UChicago Plans to Raise Fence at President's House by Three Feet

By Lee Harris

The University plans to increase the height of the fence around the President's house by three feet.

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August 8, 2018

Tarrae Benson

Obituary: Pam Williams, Service Crew Mechanic Who Loved Groundskeeping and Beautification, 1958-2018

By Tarrae Benson

Friends and family shared memories and thoughts about a longtime member of the University community.

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July 31, 2018

Orthodox Academy

By Miles Burton

President Zimmer accepted an award from an academic consortium sensitive to conservative students’ interests, calling into question the University’s supposed devotion to free speech.

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July 2, 2018

Core Profiteering

By Sam Joyce

Students are attempting to buy Core classes, but remedying the problem will require restructuring the Core itself.

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June 19, 2018

Audrey Teo

Voices in Your Head celebrates growth and history in 20th anniversary concert

By Audrey Teo

A few weeks ago, The Maroon joined acapella group Voices in Your Head for a rehearsal as they prepare for their twentieth anniversary concert.

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June 18, 2018

HPA Gets $40 Million for Improvements, Was Obama's Center a Factor?

By Caroline Kubzansky

“There are new things happening in this community with the Obama library," CPS's Janice Jackson said.

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September 18, 2018

To Be One of a "Special" Few: Starting College at UChicago

By Annie Geng

A third-year student gives her two cents on starting college and reflects on her own first year.

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September 10, 2018

UChicago Maintains No. 3 Ranking From U.S. News

By Maroon Staff

The University is tied with Yale, Columbia, and MIT.

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September 9, 2018

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Phi Delt Is Back

By Pete Grieve

The chapter went dormant for years after a hazing incident.

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September 8, 2018

Booth Professor Suggests Bannon Is a "Snowflake" for Not Debating Him

By Maroon Staff

Commenting on the New Yorker's disinviation of Bannon, Goolsbee said he "bailed out" on their debate.

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September 3, 2018

Chinese Coal, No Revenue, One Employee: Inside UChicago Trustee’s “$1.7 Billion” Firm

By Spencer Dembner and Euirim Choi

Documents reveal that Steve Stevanovich is late on over $12 million in pledges to the University, and that by overselling his company he may have committed securities fraud.

FEATURE

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August 30, 2018

Mayor Rahm Emanuel Will Not Seek Reelection

By Maroon Staff

He announced Tuesday that he will not seek a third term.

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September 4, 2018

Former UChicago Football Coach, Parent Embroiled in Chaotic Legal Battle

By Pete Grieve

A former offensive coordinator thinks he was discriminated against as a man.

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August 20, 2018

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Man Fatally Shot on Midway Near Ida Noyes Hall

By Maroon Staff

He was shot in his head, his shoulder, his arm, and his leg.

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August 23, 2018

Feds Allege Brother of UChicago Prof Spied on Campus Jewish Centers for Iran

By Maroon Staff

He is accused of photographing UChicago Hillel and the Chabad Center.

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August 21, 2018

SSA's Eve Ewing is Writing a Marvel Series

By Maroon Staff

The heroine is Riri Williams, a Black teen girl from Chicago.

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August 20, 2018

Woodlawn Alderman Willie Cochran Considers Plea Deal

By Maroon Staff

Cochran won't run for reelection, his lawyer said.

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August 16, 2018

Rising Artists Shined Under Spotlight at Lollapalooza 2018

By Brooke Nagler and Pete Grieve

The 4-day musical festival in the heart of Chicago, Lollapalooza took over Grant Park on August 2nd-5th

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August 12, 2018

UChicago Law Prof Says Sotomayor Got on Court Because She’s Latina, Wipes Twitter

By Maroon Staff

Someone responded, “Your dumb ass couldn’t get onto the food court."

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August 8, 2018

MARKETPLACE

NEW: The Maroon's free classifieds page for Hyde Park and its surrounding neighborhoods.

VIEWPOINTS

Renaissance Role-play? Count Me In!

By Katia Kukucka

A columnist reflects on her experience taking Ada Palmer's one-of-a-kind Italian Renaissance class.

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September 19, 2018

OP-ED: On Academic Leave, Left in the Dark

Jordan Cooper

OP-ED: On Graduating from UChicago, Decades Later Than Expected

Chris Isidore

OP-ED: Did UChicago Get Too Much Credit for the Admissions Announcements?

Pete Grieve

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