Pete Grieve

Editor-in-Chief  /  @pete_grieve


Fourth-year political science major reporting on campus news. You can send tips or feedback to


Billionaire Trustee Hosts Dinner for Early Admits at Renowned Farm | Newsletter for February 16

The farm's restaurant normally costs $250+ per/person.


February 16, 2019

Two Suspects Arrested on Campus After University Lockdown Charged

The 21-year-old and 16-year old allegedly participated in an armed robbery off-campus.


February 15, 2019

Gabriel Piemonte

Piemonte met with the Editorial Board last March.


Feb. 13, 2019

Video games

At 1:30 p.m., video game boxes were seen on the ground by the black Dodge Charger on Midway Plaisance near the intersection of South Woodlawn Avenue.


Feb. 11, 2019

Police Evacuate Students From Saieh

Police evacuated students from the Saieh Hall of Economics at around 12:30 p.m.


Feb. 11, 2019

Newsletter for February 6

Zimmer proposed permanent residency for Ph.Ds; pipe burst at Ronald McDonald house in HP forces families to relocate; Law School alum nominee grilled


February 6, 2019

Pipe Bursts and Sprinkler Issues During Polar Vortex Flooded Campus Buildings | Newsletter for February 2

Pipe bursts and sprinkler issues during polar vortex flooded campus buildings; faculty call for University to investigate firing of Lab Schools teacher; crosswords now online


February 2, 2019

Newsletter for January 30

Jimmy’s, Cove to remain open as HP freezes; Housing Issue out now; Admissions extends some applicants’ deadlines, potentially to draw more apps


January 30, 2019

Maroon Switches to Weekly Printing As Digital Readership Soars

The Chicago Maroon will now be printed weekly on Wednesdays, as the paper shifts resources to online publishing.


January 24, 2019

Armed Robbers Target Canada Goose Wearers in Hyde Park | Newsletter for January 18

Armed robbers target Canada Goose jackets in Hyde Park; Nondorf reports surge in early applications; columnist calls on school to help art students pay for materials


January 18, 2019