Maroon Editorial Board


U(Shall Not)Pass

Student life would be enriched by the unlimited transit pass. But unless the University steps up to subsidize it, the costs will outweigh the benefits.


January 29, 2015

Around Chicago in 80 days

The Study Chicago Quarter makes inroads on creating more accessible study abroad options by allowing students to learn locally.


January 23, 2015

Local Library Lives On

University’s bid for Obama library holds promise for South Side cultural and economic growth, but first, community concerns must be addressed.


January 16, 2015

Land of the free?


January 9, 2015

What we’re thankful for

The things you might have forgotten before digging into Thanksgiving dinner.


December 2, 2014

Eyes on the prize

Controversy on Facebook should not distract from students’ legitimate grievances.


November 25, 2014

Fully a part of this campus

The Maroon Editorial Board supports call for campus climate survey and better CLM coverage of racial sensitivity


November 21, 2014

Complaints in plain sight

New Director of Professional Accountability should be followed up with publicly available police records.


November 14, 2014

Decisions to be made

In order for discussion to be effective, administration must direct student input to areas where it can have a real impact.


November 7, 2014

Closed-off Commons

Fundraising event inconvenienced students without warning.


October 31, 2014