Giovanna DeCastro

Early Applications for the 2018-2019 Cycle Rise by More Than 10 Percent

By Oren Oppenheim

University spokesperson Marielle Sainvilus confirmed that the College received around 15,000 early-admission applications for the Class of 2023 during its first early round.

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January 16, 2019

UChicago Alum Who Flipped House Seat Talks Public Service

By Lynn Horowitz

Andy Kim, sworn in last week, said his community work in Chicago propelled him into public service.

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January 9, 2019

Two People Shot Near 51st Street and Drexel Avenue

By Maroon Staff

Two people were shot on Thursday near 51st Street and South Drexel Avenue.

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January 10, 2019

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Institute of Politics

Paul Vallas, Mayoral Candidate and Former CPS CEO, Talks 'Wrecked' City Finances at IOP

By Cem Vardar

Vallas’s talk was the first visit by a 2019 mayoral candidate as part of the IOP’s Chicago Elections Project.

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January 17, 2019

Aiyah Josiah-Faeduwor

Visiting Scholar from MIT On Community Inroads and Alienation at the University of Chicago

By Matthew Lee

Visiting scholar Aiyah Josiah-Faeduwor works to examine and facilitate dialogue between the University, the Obama Presidential Center, and Chicago’s South Side communities.

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January 16, 2019

Classics Prof Michael Allen Talks Virgil, Fashion, and the 'Magic of Crackling Manuscripts'

By Alison Gill

A paleographer by trade, Allen's work involves deciphering handwritten historical manuscripts.

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January 16, 2019

Obama Foundation to Start the Asia Pacific Leaders Program in 2019

By Peyton Jefferson

The program aims to train young leaders in the region so they can address issues like climate change, human rights and good governance.

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January 16, 2019

EPIC News

EPIC Announces New Partnership with Chinese University

By Miles Burton

The partnership will investigate energy and environmental policy in China.

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January 16, 2019

LinkedIn

UChicago Law Grad Represents Suits Against Harvard, NYU Law Reviews Alleging Bias Against White Men

By Lee Harris

The lead attorney, Jonathan Mitchell, said that the lawsuits against Harvard and NYU law reviews are “just the start."

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January 14, 2019

MARKETPLACE

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

VIEWPOINTS

The Cost of Creativity

By Brinda Rao

Art students face more financial obstacles than most undergrads, but the University does little to help.

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January 17, 2019

COLUMN: More Than a Musical Genre

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COLUMN: Government Shutdown Hurts College Campuses

Alexa Perlmutter

COLUMN: Appointment Process Undermines Democracy

Sam Joyce

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