Patrick Yeung

Photo Essay: Dance Shows

By Patrick Yeung and Sophia Corning

Two dance ensembles held their winter shows last weekend: UChicago Maya performed fusion dance and Apsara showcased classical Indian dance.

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January 21, 2018

New Bubble Tea Bar Opens to Large Crowds and Sells Out of Bubbles

By Caroline Kubzansky

The café was so busy on its first day of business that it ran out of boba.

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January 18, 2018

Sliced Bread Turns 10 and Keeps Rising

By Neha Lingareddy

Sliced Bread magazine, founded in 2007, is UChicago's largest student literary publication.

FEATURE

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January 18, 2018

Olivia Liddell, Creative Commons

Hyde Park Alderman Criticizes Tax Deal for Anti-Abortion Health System

By Citizen Bulletin

Keep track of your elected officials in this week’s Citizen Bulletin.

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January 21, 2018

Brooke Nagler

Dorothy Butler Gilliam Gives Keynote Address at Annual MLK Celebration

By Katherine Vega

Gilliam was the first African American female reporter at the Washington Post.

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January 18, 2018

UChicago Hillel Introduces the Milgrom Fellowship

By Daksh Chauhan

The Newberger Hillel Center has created a new ten-week summer fellowship for students committed to social justice.

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January 17, 2018

Law Clinic Proceeds With Environmental Lawsuit Against U.S. Steel

By Kamryn Slomka

“It is important that U.S. Steel be subject to an appropriate and significant civil penalty to reflect the seriousness of their past violations and to deter them from future Clean Water Act violations.”

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January 18, 2018

Early Action Applications Surge at Harris

By Jake Biderman

Harris is "on track for an increase in applications of about 30 percent," according to Ranjan Daniels, Associate Dean of Student Recruitment.

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January 15, 2018

Courtesy of Uchicago

Pipe Bursts at Polsky, Harper Theater

By Sophie Roth-Duquet

A recent pipe burst at the Polsky Center caused damage to Polsky Exchange North and Harper Theater.

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January 17, 2018

Google Maps

Sig Ep Disaffiliates, Re-Brands as the Epsilon Club

By Emily Mao

President Varshant Dhar called the decision "the product of years of deliberation, voting, revoting, and consideration."

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January 15, 2018

Sophia Corning

Obama Center Exhibition Team Hosts Open House

By Emma Dyer

“We are really thinking about building a presidential museum for the future,” Director Louise Bernard said.

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January 15, 2018

University of Chicago

University Gives Three Diversity Leadership Awards

By Annabelle Rice

The recipients are Randolph Stone, Sunny Fischer, and Scott Cook.

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January 15, 2018

WGN9

Law School’s Exoneration Project Gets Murder Charges Dropped Against Man Who Spent 22 Years in Prison

By Emily Mao

Murder charges were dropped against a man who spent 22 years in prison following legal efforts by the Law School's Exoneration Project.

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January 15, 2018

Students Debate Whether It Was a Good Idea to Use Nukes Against Japan

By Tony Brooks

The University of Chicago Political Union hosted the debate.

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January 15, 2018

New Mackauer Professor Argues for the Core's Global Direction

By Caroline Kubzansky

Kelly said that given new emphasis on non-Western intellectuals, core course material must be reevaluated.

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January 11, 2018

I-House Panelists Debate Religiosity and College Campuses

By Yuezhen Li

At an event in I-House, multiple panelists discussed the relationships between college campuses and religion.

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January 18, 2018

Photo Essay: Kuvia 2018

By Brooke Nagler and Alexandra Nisenoff

Kuvia 2018 brings another round of tired but motivated students to brave Crown exercise and the cold.

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January 16, 2018

Obituary: Milton Shadur

By Lucia Geng

During his time on the bench, Shadur authored more than 11,000 district court opinions, many of which involved groundbreaking cases.

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January 18, 2018

Bergstein's Deli Closes Hyde Park Location

By Quinn Kane

Bergstein's N.Y. Delicatessen has closed its Hyde Park location due to low sales.

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January 17, 2018

Grounds of Being Releases Documents, Hosts Forum

By Spencer Dembner

Divinity School Dean Laurie Zoloth “raise[d] the possibility of a Starbucks in the basement" on November 16.

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January 15, 2018

Students reflect on annual winter tradition of Kuvia

By Grace Hauck and Audrey Teo

Hundreds of students woke up at 5 a.m. every morning last week to participate in the annual festival.

FEATURE

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January 15, 2018

Obama Foundation Unveils New Layout for Presidential Center

By Alex Ward

The new plan reflects criticisms by South Side residents and national concerns about Jackson Park's possible disruption.

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January 11, 2018

NLRB Issues Mixed Ruling on Library Unionization

By Spencer Dembner

The NLRB threw out most of the University's objections to SLEU, but kept charges of electioneering alive.

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January 11, 2018

Chapin Hall Study Investigates Youth Homelessness

By Madeleine Zhou

The study found that 1 in 10 young adults aged 18-25 in the U.S. experience homelessness in a given year.

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January 11, 2018

New Year, New Beer: Med Begins Serving Alcohol

By Katherine Vega

After years as a BYOB, the Med will now serve wines, cocktails, and craft beers.

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January 11, 2018

From Moving Pictures to Moving Vehicles: Doc Films Presents Winter Lineup

By Lily Ren

Doc curators present this quarter's winter lineup.

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January 11, 2018

The Class of 2021 in Numbers

By Hari Pingali

The data represents the first time the two rounds of early decision and early acceptance were options for the application cycle. Just under a third of the class responded.

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January 8, 2018

Grounds of Being Goes Public With Divinity School Rent Dispute

By Spencer Dembner

Talks, started last June, broke down at the end of last quarter.

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January 8, 2018

Non-binding Marijuana Referendum Set for March

By Citizen Bulletin

Keep track of your elected officials in this week’s Citizen Bulletin.

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January 8, 2018

Occam's Razor Cuts Its Teeth at the Revival

By David North

Occam's Razor performed improv comedy at the Revival last Friday night.

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January 8, 2018

Track and Field Gears Up for Season

By Anna Rose

The Maroons' track and field teams start off their indoor season this weekend with the Phoenix Invitational on Saturday.

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January 11, 2018

VIEWPOINTS

Concerns About the Obama Library Are Overblown

By Erin J. Adams

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January 21, 2018

EDITORIAL: The Proving Ground

Maroon Editorial Board

COLUMN: For the Love of the Game?

Lucas Du

COLUMN: Thinking of Ink

Krishna Sunder

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