The New York Times

How a Law School Professor is Helping SCOTUS Rethink Gerrymandering

By Euirim Choi

Professor Stephanopoulos' research and litigation could help convince the Supreme Court that partisan gerrymandering is constitutionally limited.

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June 24, 2017

Trauma Center Launch Date Set

By Adam Thorp

After decades, the South Side will once again host an adult trauma center come May.

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June 13, 2017

Inaugural Class Day Speaker Discusses Academics and Intimacy

By Sonia Schlesinger

David Brooks studied history as an undergraduate at UChicago and wrote for the Viewpoints section of The Maroon.

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June 12, 2017

Michael Eugenio

Build Coffee Founders Talk Community Engagement

By Jorge Ernesto Clavo Abbass

Both founders were graduates of the Class of 2015.

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June 27, 2017

UChicago and Brown University Presidents Discuss Speech Issues at Washington Post Event

By Katherine Vega

"Any attempt to say that protest needs to be limited or controlled because of not liking protests is in itself just another example of constraining free speech," Zimmer said.

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June 21, 2017

University of Chicago

Two Million for Arts Center

By Adam Thorp

The grant is meant to draw more philanthropic support for facility, which will include a 70-seat theater.

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June 14, 2017

What's the Deal With the Budget? Provost Diermeier Discusses Changes

By Pete Grieve

The Provost is taking a hands-off approach, giving deans more flexibility.

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June 9, 2017

Student Library Employees Vote to Unionize

By Katie Akin and Katherine Vega

Over 80 percent of voters were in favor of unionization.

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June 9, 2017

Daniel Lipson

Remembering the Society of the Owl and Serpent

By Daniel Lipson

The Society of the Owl and Serpent disbanded 50 years ago in 1967. The Maroon looked back on its storied past.

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June 9, 2017

U of C Goes Alone, Makes Less Political Statement as Colleges Unite to Support Paris Agreement

By Pete Grieve

Unlike the "We're still in" coalition statement, the University of Chicago's does not explicitly reference Trump or the United States' withdrawal from the Paris agreement.

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June 8, 2017

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ACLU Legal Director Speaks to Students

By Alex Ward

Many of the cases Cole has litigated have involved disputes over the First Amendment and other sections of the Bill of Rights.

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June 7, 2017

University News Office

BART Police Chief Will Head UCPD

By Adam Thorp

Kenton Rainey took the reins at the transit agency's police department after shooting death of Oscar Grant.

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June 1, 2017

Contention Over Graduate Student Unionization Continues

By Tyrone Lomax and Rachana Muppa

The University and GSU are currently engaged in a legal dispute over whether graduate students should be recognized as workers under the National Labor Relations Act.

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May 29, 2017

GSU Withdraws Proposal for Mail-Election Ballot; Requests In-Person Fall Election

By Katie Akin

This decision is similar to the University proposal made when the petition to unionize was submitted early last month.

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June 7, 2017

Is the Class Day Speaker Paid? Spokesman Says That's Confidential

By Pete Grieve

“The speaker agreement is confidential.”

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June 5, 2017

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CSO and Soloist Serve Up Central European Flair

By Hannah Edgar

The CSO and violinist Christian Tetzlaff delight with a sumptuous program.

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June 4, 2017

What Now?

By Srishti Kapur

The IOP grapples with its role in the Trump era

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May 22, 2017

"Twin Peaks" Returns From the Black Lodge

By Ivan Ost

The cult classic TV show is back and as weird as ever.

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May 29, 2017

Entrepreneur Donates $20 Million to Booth

By Camille Kirsch

The donation will go toward a new center for social innovation and entrepreneurship.

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May 30, 2017

A Brief History of the Aims of Education Address

By Vivian He

The Maroon examines how the iconic lecture series began, and where it's headed from here.

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May 29, 2017

University of Chicago Medicine Receives $100 Million Donation

By Marjorie Antohi

The gift will be used to establish the Duchossois Family Institute.

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May 30, 2017

VIEWPOINTS

All Bark, No Bite

By Anonymous

Modifying Title IX disciplinary procedures could force universities to comply.

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June 7, 2017

OP-ED: More Than a Token

Elizabeth Adetiba

OP-ED: Chinese America: In Between

Anne Wang

OP-ED: Something's Rotten

Sarah Zimmerman

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