William Yuen Yee



Northwestern Joins UChicago-Run Chicago Quantum Exchange

The Exchange is a collaboration of more than 100 academic and government researchers to advance quantum information science.


May 15, 2019

Metra May Close Kenwood and Woodlawn Stations If Ridership Does Not Improve

The "underperforming" stop has 94 to 167 boardings a day, far beneath the average rate of 410 boardings per day.


May 5, 2019

Jewel-Osco Officially Opens in Woodlawn

The Woodlawn branch is the first full-service grocery store to open in the neighborhood in more than 40 years.


March 7, 2019

Beckman Scholars Program Wins Three More Years of Funding

The 2019 Beckman Scholars will be the first cohort funded with an additional academic year of support for laboratory research.


February 26, 2019

In Return to Campus, Nate Silver Defends 2016 Forecast, Bets “Even Money” on Donald Trump in 2020

Nate Silver gave Hillary Clinton a 71.4 percent chance of victory over Donald Trump in his 2016 presidential forecast.


February 12, 2019

Woman with Concealed Carry Fires Gun to Ward Off Attack Near 56th and Dorchester

The male suspect fled the scene in a dark-colored SUV.


January 20, 2019

Organizers Canceled Garty After Interaction With UCPD Officer

Garty organizers are angry about the interaction. The University contests their characterization of events.


December 5, 2018

Phi Delt Recolonizes Aiming for “Fresh Start,” But Already Removing Members

“We’re going to be identical to all the other fraternities, but with more pressure on us,” a new member told The Maroon.


November 26, 2018

Obama Reflects on “Common Hope” at Second Annual Obama Foundation Summit

Other high profile speakers included singer-songwriter Janelle Monae and actress Diane Guerrero.


November 19, 2018

Amara Enyia to Host Voter Registration Drive on Campus, Chance the Rapper Might Join

The rally will be on Tuesday 1:30 p.m. in front of Cobb Hall.


November 12, 2018