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David Farr

UChicago Manual of Style

By MJ Chen, David Farr, and Christian Hill

The Maroon's fashion feature rigorously inquires: "Who are you wearing?"

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Jan. 13, 2017

University of Chicago Medicine

Trauma Center Head Announced

By Camille Kirsch

"Through listening, I am hoping to increasingly partner with the community as they one by one drop the shroud of skepticism and see the University’s commitment to the communities that we serve."

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Jan. 12, 2017

Declan Haun, 1966. Chicago History Museum, ICHi-35427

New Book Captures Civil Rights Struggles Beyond the South

By Grace Hauck

The Maroon sat down with author and historian Mark Speltz, whose new book focuses on Civil Rights efforts outside the South.

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Jan. 6, 2017

University of Chicago Library

The Push to Be World Class: A New Direction For the Computer Science Department

By Varun Joshi

"What is the smallest size a really world class CS department can be?"

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Nov. 29, 2016

What a Trump Administration Means for Graduate Student Unionization Efforts

By Eileen Li

The Maroon is publishing a series of articles looking at the impact of a Trump administration on the University.

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Nov. 29, 2016

Jessica Hwang

UChicago Manual of Style

By Jessica Hwang

The Maroon's fashion feature rigorously inquires: "Who are you wearing?"

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Nov. 29, 2016

Jessica Hwang

UChicago Manual of Style

By Jessica Hwang

The Maroon's fashion feature rigorously inquires: "Who are you wearing?"

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Nov. 22, 2016

Camille Kirsch

Students Flock to See Sandhill Crane Migration

By Camille Kirsch

The Biological Sciences Division led a trip to the Indiana wetlands to see sandhill cranes rest on their long migration south.

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Nov. 22, 2016

Darren Leow

The Delicious History of the Latke-Hamantash Debate

By Hillel Steinmetz

Professors debate the superiority of the latke and hamantash.

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Nov. 21, 2016

Greg Ross

A Day on the Jackson Park Docks

By Greg Ross

At the end of one wharf, an unruly sprawl of nets, tackle boxes, and bags full of bluegill surrounded a large, seated man. The man—let’s call him Kingfisher—said he has been fishing the Jackson Park harbors for 60 years.

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Nov. 18, 2016

Jessica Hwang

UChicago Manual of Style

By Jessica Hwang

The Maroon's fashion feature rigorously inquires: "Who are you wearing?"

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Nov. 18, 2016

Peggy Xu

Cooking with Nous, 11/5: DIY Kale Kimchi and Hoisin-Glazed Crackling Pork Belly

By MJ Chen and Alex Ye

"Nous" is the Greek word for mind, or intellect. It also puns nicely with the French for “us." As in, come eat with us—food cooked from the heart, with the spirit of rigorous inquiry.

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Nov. 15, 2016

Samuela Mouzaoir

Thousands Demonstrate Against Donald Trump Downtown

By Feng Ye and Samuela Mouzaoir

On November 12th, University of Chicago students joined protestors who gathered at Millenium Park and marched through the city.

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Nov. 15, 2016

Ahona Mukherjee

Students Celebrate the Festival of Lights

By Ahona Mukherjee

Students gathered in Rockefeller Chapel on November 4th to celebrate Diwali Puja.

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Nov. 15, 2016

Maroons Rock Regional Meet

By Siddharth Kapoor

Both the women's and men's cross country squads excelled at the NCAA Regional meet this weekend, taking third and ninth place, respectively, out of more than thirty teams.

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Nov. 14, 2016

Jessica Hwang

UChicago Manual of Style

By Jessica Hwang

The Maroon's fashion feature rigorously inquires: "Who are you wearing?"

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Nov. 11, 2016

Emily Ehret

"Hamilton" in Chicago: Who Hears Your Story?

By Emily Ehret

"Hamilton" has come to Chicago, one of the most diverse cities in America, but its audiences are —unsurprisingly—white.

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Nov. 11, 2016

Zoe Kaiser

Ballot Preview

By Katie Akin

Tuesday night, thousands of state and local officials will be chosen for office. Whether you are registered in Hyde Park or your hometown, it’s important to be aware of who your local representatives might be in Chicago.

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Nov. 8, 2016

David Katzive

History of Art, University Cemented in Concrete Cadillac

By May Huang

A colossal conservation effort brings Wolf Vostell's public Fluxus sculpture, "Concrete Traffic," back to campus after almost eight years. "Concrete Happenings" will feature a program of diverse art events until next spring.

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Nov. 4, 2016

Brooke Nagler

Creating Ephemeral Art is an Enduring Tradition in Burton-Judson Houses

By Brooke Nagler

Chalk it up to house tradition: Murals line the brick walls of Burton-Judson, inspired by sources from Degas to Sherlock Holmes.

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Nov. 1, 2016

Samuela Mouzaoir

At Free Higher-Ed Protest, Police Arrest Two UofC Students in Graduation Gowns

By Alex Ward

Eight protestors chained themselves together in groups of four to shut down Michigan Avenue. When police clipped the chains, protesters went limp as officers dragged them to a waiting police van.

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Oct. 25, 2016

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