Lee Harris

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NLRB Sides With Student Library Workers, Against University

A three-member NLRB panel ruled Tuesday that the University "has engaged in unfair labor practices."


December 6, 2018

DeVos Introduces Cross-Examination, Redefines Harassment Under New Title IX Guidelines

Title IX Coordinator Shea Wolfe spoke about the proposed regulations and the University's response.


December 3, 2018

UCPU McElwee Miravete

Third-year Eugene Miravete, left, debates Sean McElwee, right, on his proposal to abolish U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).


Nov. 30, 2018

Interview: Sean McElwee aka 'we’re going to abolish ICE'

Anti-deportation activist Sean McElwee was on campus this week for a debate at the University of Chicago Political Union.


November 30, 2018

URM Admissions Data

Data in white was provided by Dean Victoria Prince. Information highlighted in blue cells was calculated by The Maroon based on the data Prince provided.


Nov. 16, 2018

At Student Group's Urging, Biological Sciences Division Drops GRE Requirement

Data from the Biological Sciences Division provides a lens on changing priorities in graduate school admissions.


November 16, 2018

GSU Supporters Walk Out On Committee on Graduate Education Town Hall

"We weren’t getting anywhere, we felt like we should go spend our time on our other work,” a GSU spokesperson told The Maroon.


November 14, 2018

Grammy-Winning Third-Year Releases Music Video In Partnership With UNICEF

UNICEF published the music video for the song as part of its campaigns for displaced and migrant children.


November 13, 2018

Stony Island to Close After 2019—2020

The closure coincides with the opening of a new mega-dorm on East 61st Street and South University Avenue.


November 12, 2018

University of Chicago Endowment Growth Since 1998

The value of the University of Chicago's endowment has more than tripled in the past two decades.


Nov. 9, 2018