Camelia Malkami

Photo Essay: Women's March

By Feng Ye, Giovanna DeCastro, Brooke Nagler, and Camelia Malkami

On Saturday, January 21, a crowd of 250,000 people rallied in a show of solidarity to protest the inauguration of Donald Trump. The rally drew more people than expected and the march had to be canceled—the protesters flooded the streets.

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Jan. 24, 2017

A Visit to Lithotype: Where Maroon Magic Happens

By Annie Cantara

The Maroon visited Litho Type LLC, a commercial printing company in Lansing, IL, where the paper is printed every Tuesday and Friday.

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Jan. 24, 2017

Start-Up Seeks to Increase Millennial Turnout in Aldermanic Race

By Marjorie Antohie

Tuesday Strategies aims to increase their online platforms and social media posts in order to attract more young people to vote in mid-term elections.

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Jan. 24, 2017

Study Compares Universities in Combatting Inequality

By Vivian He

A recent study suggests that the University of Chicago is more accessible to families with a wider range of income than other elite universities.

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Jan. 24, 2017

Jamie Manley

Stops Added to Daytime Shuttles

By Eugenia Ko

The 53rd Street Express and the Polsky Express shuttles have three and one additional stops, respectively.

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Jan. 24, 2017

Giovanna DeCastro

Meals on Wheels: Campus Food Trucks

By Sofia Garcia

Food truck owners and workers of Chicago Lunchbox and Aztec Daves explain the inspiration and aesthetic of their on-the-go meals.

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Jan. 24, 2017

Olivia Shao

State Rep Talks Asian American Studies

By Lee Harris

State Representative Theresa Mah was elected in 2016 as Illinois’ first Asian-American legislator, and holds her doctorate in history from the University of Chicago (PhD ‘99).

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Jan. 24, 2017

Nussbaum to Give Prestigious Jefferson Lecture

By Anne Nazzaro

Nussbaum will lecture about emotion in politics at John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. for the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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Jan. 24, 2017

College Council Votes to Start Free Tampon Trial

By Vivian He

A total of 250 tampons and 230 sanitary pads will be provided in the Reynolds Club bathrooms.

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Jan. 20, 2017

In Hyde Park in 2016, Violent Crime Drops; Burglaries Spike

By Feng Ye

Hyde Park’s total crime rate in 2016 was 16 percent lower than that of the past 10 years.

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Jan. 20, 2017

Students Settle Suit Prompted by Sexual Assault Accusation

By Katherine Vega

Case alleging that University discriminated against accused student continues.

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Jan. 20, 2017

OBS Raises Thousands for Haiti

By Stephanie Palazzolo

OBS held a benefit dinner on Saturday, raising money for Hope for Haiti after the devastation of Hurricane Matthew in October.

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Jan. 24, 2017

The Professor and the President, Eight Years Later

By Sofia Garcia

Obama's former students and colleagues reflect on his time as law professor and president.

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Jan. 20, 2017

On- and Off-Campus Organizations Host Pre-Inauguration Activism Events

By Alex Ward

The schedule included an activism fair and an exchange of books on radical politics.

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Jan. 20, 2017

VIEWPOINTS

Meme, Myself, & I

By Jasmine Wu

In the face of an uncertain world, memes have the power to unite us all.

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Jan. 24, 2017

COLUMN: "Safety" School

Ashvini Kartik-Narayan

EDITORIAL: A Launch-Pad for the University

Maroon Editorial Board

LETTER: University Mishandles No-Contact Directives

Ryn Seidewitz and Olamide Ogunbambo

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