Justin Smith

Chicago Police Investigate Reported Sexual Assault in Delta Upsilon House

By Justin Smith and Matthew Lee

An e-mail sent to students Sunday by the University’s Dean of Students and Title IX Coordinator said that a student had reported being sexually assaulted at a party.

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November 5, 2019

NCAA Announces Athletes Can Benefit From Name, Image, and Likeness; Maroons React

By Adyant Kanakamedala

“No one knows how this story is going to end,” economics senior lecturer Allen R. Sanderson said.

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November 11, 2019

Photo Essay: Halloween 2019

By Abigael Thinakaran

On Halloween this year, people from all over the Hyde Park neighborhood came not only to go Trick-Or-Treating, but also to see the crazy decorations lining the houses of Harper Street.

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November 11, 2019

Oren Oppenheim

Bird Love Is Forever: UChicago Professor Co-Authors Study on Bird Mates

By Zeff Worley

The report details why male birds continue to display plumage even after mating.

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November 11, 2019

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Yerkes’s Brighter Future: University Enters Agreement to Give Over Observatory to Local Foundation

By Oren Oppenheim

The Yerkes Future Foundation plans on restoring the observatory’s buildings and telescopes, reopening the observatory to visitors, and setting up educational programs.

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November 6, 2019

Jeremy Lindenfeld

SG Urges Admin to Reconsider Stricter Dean’s List Cutoff

By Adyant Kanakamedala

The passed resolution also argues that the lack of transparency for qualifying GPA requirements will foster competitiveness and stress among the student body.

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November 11, 2019

Gretchen Riccardi

"He had incredible insight into people": Matt Riccardi, a Beloved Member of Calvert and Yuen House

By Tony Brooks

Matt Riccardi was a second-year in the College involved in various campus activities and communities, including the ultimate frisbee team and Calvert House choir.

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November 10, 2019

Institute of Politics

Former Class Rep Starts Think Tank to Review Student Government

By Justin Smith

The newly formed Campus Policy Research Institute will publish research on SG independence and mental health on campus.

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November 5, 2019

Matthew Lee

Administrators Address Student Concerns About Sexual Assault, Counseling, and Greek Life at SG Townhall

By Charlotte Kane

The town hall began with a presentation on the climate survey results by the Office of Sexual Misconduct Prevention, which was followed by a brief Q&A session.

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November 5, 2019

Gone but Not Pho-gotten: Vietnamese Restaurant Rebrands as “Pan-Asian” Restaurant

By Oren Oppenheim

Pho 55 remodeled into Southside Ken at the end of October.

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November 10, 2019

It’s Raining Ra-men: Strings Ramen to Open on 53rd Street

By Adyant Kanakamedala

The Chicagoland Ramen Chain is expected to open in around a month and a half, according to the owner.

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November 5, 2019

South Shore Will Kick “Food Desert” Status with Upcoming Opening of Shop & Save

By Alexis Florence

The new grocery is the first one to open in the neighborhood in nearly six years.

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November 5, 2019

Pres. Obama Criticizes Call-Out Culture, Talks Vision for OPC at Foundation Summit

By Emma Dyer

The summit’s theme, "Places Reveal Our Purpose," opened the discussion about the Obamas’ now-fraught choice to build in Jackson Park.

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October 31, 2019

Reporting on the Obama Presidential Center

By Atman Mehta and Emma Dyer

News editor Emma Dyer has reported on the Obama Presidential Center (OPC) for over two years. She discusses her experiences reporting, the history of the OPC and its various stakeholders, the political economics of the project.

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October 30, 2019

The Context, Causes, and Consequences of Turkey's Incursion into Northern Syria

By Atman Mehta

Kurdish students discuss Kurdish politics and what it means to be a Kurd in such times

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October 30, 2019

In Unannounced Move, University To Begin Awarding Latin Honors

By Adyant Kanakamedala

Changes have also been made to requirements for the Dean’s List.

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October 28, 2019

New Ph.D. Policies Could Mean Hard Trade-Offs for Humanities

By Darcy Kuang and Lee Harris

New caps to Ph.D. student populations have set off debates over how to reconfigure teaching and coursework requirements under compressed academic timelines.

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October 24, 2019

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

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Student Counseling Service: For a Limited Time Only

By Jay Gibbs

Counseling appointment times prove to be incompatible with the typical UChicago student’s schedule, leading to a neglect of mental health.

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November 11, 2019

LETTER: Recent IOP Instagram Stories Reveal a Dismissal of Palestinian Oppression

University of Chicago Students for Justice in Palestine

COLUMN: The Case to Step Away from Law (And Maybe Law School)

Leena El-Sadek

LETTER: The Crucial Role of Journalism in Suicide Awareness

Austin Blum and Katie Washington

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