Zoe Kaiser

Obama to Speak at University on Monday

By Eugenia Ko

His office announced Friday that Obama will hold a discussion on civic engagement at the Logan Center.

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April 21, 2017

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South Siders Talk Community Benefits Agreement at Town Hall

By Alex Ward

“You’ve got six-figure, seven-figure people that are coming in here and telling us what to do, but this is not affecting them. You’re not living in this this housing.”

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April 20, 2017

New 53rd Street Apartment Building Approved, Despite Community Objection

By Greg Ross

The development joins a procession of projects that have popped up on 53rd Street over the past several years.

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April 20, 2017

Maroon Staff

SG Slate Proposes Eliminating Uncommon Fund, NYT Readership Program

By Jamie Ehrlich and Rachana Muppa

Assembly will be voting on the proposed budget on Monday evening.

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April 22, 2017

Granville-Grossman to Close Over Winter Break

By Sofia Garcia

In past years, both International House and Granville-Grossman Residential Commons have stayed open during both spring and winter breaks.

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April 20, 2017

Pre-Registration Uncovered: University Registrar Elaborates on Course Selection Process

By Camille Kirsch

Strategies to game the system abound, but it’s often unclear what does and doesn’t work.

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April 20, 2017

Obituary: Joan Krenzer

By Anne Nazzaro

Once a week for more than 30 years, Krenzer would climb the 271 steps in Rockefeller to play the carillon for half an hour.

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April 20, 2017

Adam Thorp

Campus Religious Groups Respond to Climate Survey

By Katherine Vega

About a third of Muslim respondents reported a negative climate, while Jewish respondents had the next highest level of dissatisfaction.

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April 17, 2017

University Research Advances Understanding of Celiac Disease

By Stephanie Palazzolo

The research has discovered that an infection with the normally harmless reovirus can produce an immune system response to gluten that leads to celiac disease.

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April 17, 2017

Four New Economists Will Join Economics Department

By Emily Kramer

Mikhail Golosov and Alexander Torgovitsky will join the faculty this coming July, Simon Mongey in July of 2018, and Peter Hull in July of 2019.

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April 17, 2017

Maroon Staff

Uncommon Interview: Hugo Award Nominee Ada Palmer

By Stephanie Palazzolo

Too Like the Lightning, which is nominated for two awards, is Palmer's debut novel.

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April 17, 2017

Student Health and Counseling Services Talks New Programs

By Yeonsu Jang

The town hall was held in conjunction with the Student Health Advisory Board, which consists of three subcommittees of undergraduate and graduate students who address communication, patient-feedback and education.

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April 17, 2017

UChicago news

UChicago Carillonneurs Take Mid-West Tour

By Tyrone Lomax

Both of the road trips were planned by Joey Brink, the current University Carillonneur and Guild teacher.

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April 13, 2017

Personal Papers of Nobel Laureate Available in Regenstein Library

By Lauren Pankin

The collection of Nobel laureate Saul Bellow’s personal papers comprises manuscripts, Rolodex record cards and personal correspondence.

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April 11, 2017

Adam Thorp

Woodlawn Anticipates Development, Change Ahead of Upcoming Obama Presidential Center

By Greg Ross

As planning on the presidential library continues and developers begin to start projects in the area, community organizations are divided over the change they’ll bring to Woodlawn.

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April 10, 2017

Urban Studies Track Added to Environmental Studies Major

By Deepti Sailappan

The revamped major will also incorporate a new certificate in Chicago Studies, an expansion of the Chicago Studies Quarter.

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April 10, 2017

Student Fights Nazism Through Anonymous Art

By Michael Lynch

“I believe that art is from the artist’s opinion, what they believe in…. If you choose a color, you like that color.”

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April 20, 2017

Members of Congress Talk Trump's First 100 Days at IOP Event

By G. Cyrus Pacht

Each of the speakers represent districts pertinent to the country's current political state.

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April 20, 2017

Seminary Co-Op Hosts Town Hall Meeting

By Tyrone Lomax

Meeting touches on the bookstore's finances, organization.

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April 17, 2017

Voices in Your Head Sings Outside the Cube

By May Huang and Alexia Bacigalupi

The Maroon sat down with the voices stuck in everyone's head.

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April 17, 2017

Disciplining Disruption: Inside the High-Stakes Faculty Debate

By Pete Grieve

There's an ultimatum of sorts.

FEATURE

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April 13, 2017

Only One Slate Files for SG's Top Offices

By Adam Thorp and Marjorie Antohi

Barring write-in campaigns, only two offices—not including student body president—will be contested in May election.

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April 11, 2017

Portrait: Campus Photographers

By Grace Hauck

The Maroon sat down with digital media artists Luke White and Chris D'Angelo.

FEATURE

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April 10, 2017

Professors Talk Changing Chicago Economics

By Lee Harris

The professors responded to an editorial published on April 12 in "The Economist."

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April 17, 2017

Man Barricades Himself in Apartment on 62nd

By Katie Akin

Stand-off with police lasted for more than five hours.

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April 12, 2017

VIEWPOINTS

Taking the Next Step...or Else

By Andrew Nicotra Reilly

CPS’s new graduation requirements reflect an out-of-touch administration.

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April 20, 2017

COLUMN: Phony Security Measures

Natalie Denby

LETTER: How UChicago Students Can Work to End Chechnya's Gay Concentration Camps

Rajiv Hurhangee

LETTER: D.C. Must Fight for Statehood

Sarah Manhardt

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