University of Chicago

University Turns to Grants and Outside Landlords as Enrollment Strains Housing

By Lee Harris

To accommodate the large Class of 2022, returning students have been offered a financial incentive to live in a private apartment complex near campus.

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July 19, 2018

Some Bay Area Interns Supported by the University Required to Meet Donor or Face "Repercussions"

By Pete Grieve

Some interns are required to attend a donor-student breakfast in downtown San Francisco with a Silicon Valley venture capitalist worth $4.5 billion.

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July 16, 2018

University of Chicago Releases Statement About... Something

By Maroon Staff

“Recent events”

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July 7, 2018

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12:18 p.m.

Orthodox Academy

By Miles Burton

President Zimmer’s acceptance of an award from a conservative organization calls 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

The Culprit of Course Evaluations

By Patrick Lou

Course evaluations set an unhealthy expectation for the amount of time students should spend on their work.

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June 8, 2018

Euirim Choi

Delta Upsilon Faces Allegations of Drugging Female Students

By Pete Grieve

Rumors of the druggings, which allegedly involved Xanax in at least one case, were widespread on campus by the time of publication.

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June 2, 2018

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3:19 p.m.

Jabin Botsford, The Washington Post

@realDonaldTrump’s Twitter Blocking Ruled Unconstitutional; Law Prof Lakier Weighs In

By Lee Harris

Law Professor Genevieve Lakier, who signed an amicus brief with the Knight Institute, discussed the upshot of the ruling with the Maroon.

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May 31, 2018

Forrest Stuart

Uncommon Interview: Sociologist Forrest Stuart

By David Whyman

Sociology professor Forrest Stuart discussed his new book, Down, Out, and Under Arrest: Policing and Everyday Life in Skid Row.

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May 31, 2018

Regenstein Special Collections

The Storied Past of Harper Memorial Library

By Tony Brooks

When Harper Memorial Library first opened, it was the main library at the University. Over one hundred years later, it serves an entirely different purpose.

FEATURE

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May 28, 2018

Fourth-Year Student Expelled for Sexual Assault a Week Before Graduation

By Lee Harris

The Maroon spoke to both the student who brought the case and the expelled student. “I just want people to know, things can go well for you,” the complainant said.

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June 26, 2018

On Academic Leave, Left in the Dark

By Jordan Cooper

Students on academic leave are often those in need of the most support, but the University fails to prioritize their needs.

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July 2, 2018

On Graduating from UChicago, Decades Later Than Expected

By Chris Isidore

A member of the Class of 2018 reflects over his decision to come back to the University to graduate.

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July 2, 2018

Newsletter for June 27

By Euirim Choi and Pete Grieve

Student expelled for sexual misconduct; FBI questioned U of C student; shooting in Hyde Park gang-related

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June 27, 2018

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8 a.m.

Diamond-Studded Cast Steals the Show in "Ocean's 8"

By Renee Wah

A reboot of the Ocean's franchise,"Ocean's 8" featured an all-female heist team.

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June 24, 2018

University of Chicago Goes Test-Optional

By Maroon Staff

The announcement was packaged with a number of other changes advertised as promoting accessibility

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June 14, 2018

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10:18 a.m.

Did UChicago Get Too Much Credit for the Admissions Announcements?

By Pete Grieve

Media is crediting UChicago for significantly expanding financial aid. That may be a misinterpretation of the new tuition guarantees.

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June 16, 2018

How has this experience changed you?

By Grace Hauck

Forty fourth-years reflect on their time at the University of Chicago.

FEATURE

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June 8, 2018

Student Body Votes By Wide Margin to Repeal SG Pay Plan

By Maroon Staff

The repeal referendum passed with 1,138 "yes" votes to 531 "no" votes.

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June 8, 2018

Bari Weiss to Interview Zimmer at Viewpoint Diversity Advocacy Conference

By Maroon Staff

The heterodox NYT editor will interview President Zimmer on June 15.

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June 4, 2018

SLEU Wins in NLRB Case with University

By Spencer Dembner

The Board’s decision ends a year-long legal fight over the outcome of last June’s vote.

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June 6, 2018

MARKETPLACE

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

VIEWPOINTS

The Palestine Exception to Free Speech on Campus

By University of Chicago Students for Justice in Palestine

UChicago's commitment to protecting free speech doesn't extend to students advocating for Palestine.

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June 8, 2018

OP-ED: Invest in Us: The Case for #CareNotCops

Alex Y. Ding, Tunisia Tai, Juhi Gupta, and Brianna Tong

COLUMN: The "Symbolism" Behind Your Starbucks

Natalie Denby

COLUMN: Bridging the Gap: Art and Journalism

Stacey Reimann

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