Andrew Farry


It's Not That Deep

The Shady Dealer and The Maroon should learn to take themselves less seriously.


March 31, 2021


10:25 a.m.

Rotten to the Core: It’s Time for a Science Makeover

The science Core—which spews random facts and tests students’ memorization—fails to teach us how science works.


February 9, 2021


12:54 p.m.

The Strange Dystopia of the Capital One Café

The University’s partnership with Peet’s and Capital One Exemplifies Its Profit-Seeking Expansion.


November 22, 2020

It’s Easy to Sink Into Apathy During the Pandemic. Don’t.

Amidst the isolation of a mostly-remote quarter, we need to make a conscious effort to engage with the UChicago community.


November 1, 2020

How to Argue With Your Peers on the Internet

A friendly guide for the amateur interlocutor.


March 14, 2020

Take a Break from the Theory, and Practice

UChicago’s emphasis on theory over practice, especially when it comes to the arts, deprives many students of a crucial creative outlet.


March 3, 2020

In Defense of Bar Night

Grime aside, Bar Night is a UChicago institution and a welcome constant throughout students’ first quarter.


January 30, 2020

Millennia of History in 100 Years

As the OI turns 100, Grey City examines the Institute's complicated history and vision for the future.



January 14, 2020

Women's Basketball Downs WashU

Women's Basketball wins their first conference game.


January 14, 2020

UChicago? Is That a State School?

Like it or not, it is worth investing in UChicago’s brand name from a professional perspective.


January 5, 2020