Euirim Choi

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CONTRIBUTIONS

GSU walkout 1

Students affiliated with Graduate Students United unfurled a banner on Cobb Hall calling for UChicago to bargain.

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Oct. 18, 2018

Newsletter for October 16

UChicago Alum could be Brazil’s next Minister of Finance; Students pack Reg for J. M. Coetzee; and our podcasts are on spotify

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October 16, 2018

UChicago Alum could be Brazil’s next Minister of Finance; Students pack Reg for J. M. Coetzee; and our podcasts are on spotify

UChicago Alum could be Brazil’s next Minister of Finance; Students pack Reg for J. M. Coetzee; and our podcasts are on spotify

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October 16, 2018

Boyer and Zimmer

President Robert J. Zimmer, Dean of the College John Boyer, and Dean of Admissions James Nondorf walk during the bagpipe procession. Boyer confirmed the class size in a brief conversation with The Maroon after the procession.

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Sept. 28, 2018

DU Hosts Party Despite Spring Allegations, Request From Admin

Delta Upsilon had a party tonight, despite the University's letter. It comes after DU suspended social events.

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September 23, 2018

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Delta Upsilon 9/22

Delta Upsilon hosts a party on September 22, the first day of O-Week.

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Sept. 23, 2018

ICYMI: Free Speech, Frats, and Financial Failures

A recap of the biggest news items from last year, including the invitation of Steve Bannon, the introduction of a business economics track, and graduate student unionization.

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September 21, 2018

Newsletter for September 1

Chinese Coal, No Revenue, One Employee: Inside UChicago Trustee’s “$1.7 Billion” Firm

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September 1, 2018

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Ontario Says Colleges Must Adopt UChicago Free Speech Principles Or Lose Funding

The move would be the largest-scale application of the University of Chicago’s Principles of Free Expression to date.

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August 30, 2018

Chinese Coal, No Revenue, One Employee: Inside UChicago Trustee’s “$1.7 Billion” Firm

Documents reveal that Steve Stevanovich is late on over $12 million in pledges to the University, and that by overselling his company he may have committed securities fraud.

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August 30, 2018