Grace Hauck

Prof Who Would've Talked to Bannon, "Early Hitler" Speaking at Convocation

By Pete Grieve

Professor Luigi Zingales, who sparked protests by inviting Bannon to campus, will deliver the 2019 Convocation speech.

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December 9, 2018

Organizers Canceled Garty After Interaction With UCPD Officer

By William Yuen Yee

Garty organizers are angry about the interaction. The University contests their characterization of events.

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December 5, 2018

NLRB Sides With Student Library Workers, Against University

By Lee Harris

A three-member NLRB panel ruled Tuesday that the University "has engaged in unfair labor practices."

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December 6, 2018

Gage Skidmore

DeVos Introduces Cross-Examination, Redefines Harassment Under New Title IX Guidelines

By Lee Harris

Title IX Coordinator Shea Wolfe spoke about the proposed regulations and the University's response.

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December 3, 2018

UChicago News

UChicago Undergrad and Law School Student Win Marshall Scholarships

By Daksh Chauhan

A College fourth-year and second-year law student join 25 other UChicago-affiliated Marshall recipients.

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December 3, 2018

Natalia Rodriguez

Dean's Men Measure Misfortune With Humor

By Olenka Wellisz

The Dean's Men production of Shakespeare's "Measure for Measure" sets the play in the 1890's, combining equal parts dark humor and dire tragedy.

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December 3, 2018

University of Chicago Medicine

UChicago Medicine Collaborates with Other Healthcare Providers

By Oren Oppenheim

UCM's pediatric branch will consolidate its two northern-Chicago clinics into its first immediate care clinic outside of the main campus.

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December 4, 2018

Dimitriy Leksanov

Aldermanic Candidates Voice Unanimous Support for CBA Ordinance at Forum

By Dimitriy Leksanov

The candidates convened at a church near campus last week to discuss ideas for improving the 20th Ward.

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November 30, 2018

Katie Akin

UChicago Blog Surveys Community on Treasure Island Replacement

By Kiera Yu

The over 3,400 survey respondents ranked the produce department of a future grocer tenant as its most important attributes.

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November 29, 2018

Lee Harris

Interview: Sean McElwee aka 'we’re going to abolish ICE'

By Miles Burton and Lee Harris

Anti-deportation activist Sean McElwee was on campus this week for a debate at the University of Chicago Political Union.

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November 30, 2018

UChicago News

Booth School Namesake Awarded University of Chicago Medal

By Oren Oppenheim

In 2008, Booth donated $300 million to the University's business school, the biggest donation in UChicago history.

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November 29, 2018

Some University Charter Schools Don't Have On-Site Libraries

By Matthew Lee

Charter school students do not have access to University library facilities.

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December 3, 2018

Former Student Expelled for Sexual Assault Sues UChicago

By Elaine Chen

The lawsuit, the latest in similar ones nationwide, potentially breaches a University confidentiality policy.

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November 30, 2018

CBA Ordinance Put to Vote in City Elections

By Ellie Citron

The Coalition filed a petition for a referendum on the ordinance on Monday.

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November 30, 2018

When Museums Fit in Boxes: Mariana Castillo Deball and “This Is Not a Bomb”

By Jad Dahshan

Last Wednesday, the Oriental Institute and Special Collections Research Center received two portable museums from a “random confederation of unlike-minded vagrants”.

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December 3, 2018

UChicago Symphony Orchestra Displays the Power of Prokofiev

By Alina Kim

The UChicago Symphony Orchestra and guest soloist William Hagen, delivered a suspenseful performance of Prokofiev on Saturday.

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December 3, 2018

Anthony Driver Youngest Running to Secure a Seat as the 20th Ward’s Alderman

By Charlie Kolodziej

He believes his youth is one of his biggest assets in addressing gun violence.

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November 30, 2018

Phi Delt Recolonizes Aiming for “Fresh Start,” But Already Removing Members

By William Yuen Yee

“We’re going to be identical to all the other fraternities, but with more pressure on us,” a new member told The Maroon.

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November 26, 2018

MARKETPLACE

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

VIEWPOINTS

Early Decision Unfairly Favors Wealthy Applicants

By Maroon Editorial Board

The binding Early Decision admission plan unfairly disadvantages students who need to take financial aid into consideration when making their college decisions.

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December 3, 2018

COLUMN: Phi Delt's Recolonization: An Experiment in Responsible Frats

Ruby Rorty

COLUMN: Making the Most of the Megadorms

Alexa Perlmutter

LETTER: U of C PanAsia Solidarity Coalition Denounces Lecturer Suing Harvard

UChicago PanAsia Solidarity Coalition

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