Daksh Chauhan

Deputy News Editor


Former Attorney General Sally Yates Warns of Trump's Attacks on Rule of Law

Yates advocated for people to continue to pursue careers in public service, drawing a distinction between public service work generally and work that serves a particular administration.


May 8, 2018

Former Health Secretary Speaks at the Institute of Politics

“When we talk about issues in health care, we primarily mean issues in financing it, and I believe that in health care, one size doesn’t fit all,” Price said.


May 1, 2018

Candidates for Undergraduate Liaison to the Board of Trustees speak to The Maroon

We sat down with some of the candidates to discuss their plans and qualifications.


April 30, 2018

Two Students Win Goldwater Scholarships

Third-years Adel Rahman and Naomi Sweeting have won Barry Goldwater scholarships, which give students $7,500 per year to cover tuition, books, housing, and other college expenses.


April 20, 2018

At IOP Event, Albright Warns About the Fragility of Democracy

“Instead of signaling the U.S. as a beacon of democracy, Trump really gives some credibility to those that, in their societies, are undermining their fragile democracies,” Albright said.


April 20, 2018

Experts Discuss Ending the Opioid Crisis

Dr. Patrice Harris, chair of the American Medical Association’s Opioid Task Force, said she believes drug addiction should be treated like a disease.


April 19, 2018

Fourth-Year Wins Inaugural Knight-Hennessy Scholarship

Ade Ayoola will use the scholarship to fully fund her medical degree at Stanford.


April 5, 2018

Computer Science Professor Wins $10 Million NSF Grant

Frederic Chong’s research aims to use quantum physics principles to speed up complex calculations in various fields.


March 25, 2018

At Democratic Gubernatorial Debate, Pritzker Accused of Using "Language of Racists"

Challenged over his comments about African-American politicians, Pritzker accepted responsibility but remained confident in his support from voters.


March 2, 2018

Flu Season Hits Chicago Hard

“Each week since December 24, between 115–150 people have tested positive for the flu [at UChicago Medicine]—more than six times what we saw last year,” said Allison Bartlett, assistant professor of pediatrics at the Pritzker School of Medicine.


February 8, 2018