Madeleine Zhou



Woodlawn Community Gardens Face Potential Closure

Community members who use the gardens say they were given little advance notice about the closure and have had a hard time getting an explanation from First Presbyterian Church, which owns the land.


April 17, 2018

Interview with Iraqi Refugee and UChicago Student Hazim Avdal

The Maroon spoke with Hazim Avdal, an Iraqi refugee and a member of the University of Chicago’s Class of 2021.


March 29, 2018

University Offers "Coffee On Us" to Promote Inclusivity

The University will pay for you to go on a coffee date with someone who “differs” from you this week at several campus coffee shops.


February 12, 2018

Student Startup Delivers Late-Night Snacks to Dorm Rooms in North

The snacks are guaranteed to be delivered within 20 minutes but often come in under 10, said the founders.


February 6, 2018

Chapin Hall Study Investigates Youth Homelessness

The study found that 1 in 10 young adults aged 18-25 in the U.S. experience homelessness in a given year.


January 11, 2018

UChicago Medicine Launches Cancer Research Program for Underserved Students

UChicago students pursuing biomedical careers can also participate by serving as peer mentors.


January 4, 2018

Washington Clergy Opens 58 New Housing Units on 61st

Since its founding, St. Edmund's Redevelopment Corporation has opened over 700 units of housing in the area, making it the largest housing developer in Washington Park.


November 8, 2017

Law School Alumna Runs for Illinois Attorney General

Sharon Fairley (J.D. ’06) is among a growing list of Democratic candidates seeking nomination next March.


October 26, 2017

Jackson Park Watch Granted Non-Profit Status

JPW is also addressing the construction of the Obama Presidential Center (OPC), which is set to open in Jackson Park in 2021.


October 17, 2017