Grace Hauck

How has this experience changed you?

By Grace Hauck

Forty fourth-years reflect on their time at the University of Chicago.


June 8, 2018

Andrew Bruah / Chicago Architecture Biennial

Meet Yesomi Umolu, the Chicago Architecture Biennial's New Artistic Director

By Jonathan Mandel

The Maroon spoke with Yesomi Umolu about her plans for next year's Biennial.


May 31, 2018

Regenstein Special Collections

The Storied Past of Harper Memorial Library

By Tony Brooks

When Harper Memorial Library first opened, it was the main library at the University. Over one hundred years later, it serves an entirely different purpose.


May 28, 2018

Thomas Comerford

Meet Thomas Comerford, Visiting Lecturer and Indie Musician

By Gen Bryant

Thomas Comerford is a university professor and indie musician.


May 21, 2018

Indiana Public Media

The Kalven Report: A Discussion, Not a Law

By Caroline Kubzansky

“The reports are only as good as the community behind them—they’re pieces of paper!” said Dean of the College John Boyer. “What do your students believe in? What are your principles?”


May 14, 2018

Audrey Teo

San E and Mad Clown Bring Korean Hip-Hop to Chicago

By Liana Fu

South Korean rappers San E and Mad Clown spoke with the Maroon about touring in the U.S. and the differences between Korean and American rap.


May 7, 2018

Audrey Teo

Run for Cover Shines in Every Track on "Dawn"

By Genevieve Bryant

Run for Cover released "Dawn" last March.


April 26, 2018

The Lark

Path to Pulitzer: An Interview With Playwright Martyna Majok (A.B. ’07)

By Emily Lovett

Martyna Majok’s play, “Cost of Living,” won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.


April 22, 2018

Grace Hauck

Photo Essay: Marching For Our Lives

By Grace Hauck

UChicago students joined the thousands of students and supporters who marched in protest of gun violence on Saturday, in the shadow of the Parkland shooting. UChicago students and founding members of Gather Activism helped coordinate the event.


March 26, 2018

Grace Hauck

Students advocate gun reform at Chicago’s March for Our Lives

By Grace Hauck

The rally began at 11 a.m., followed by a march throughout West Town.


March 25, 2018

Maroon Staff

Pearsons, Who Pledged $100 Million to UChicago, Want Their Money Back

By Euirim Choi

Sensitive documents obtained by The Maroon last summer and a new lawsuit reveal a strained relationship between the University and the Pearson family, calling the future of the Pearson Institute, which was supposed to change the world, into question.


March 5, 2018


7:30 a.m.

Grace Hauck

A Dream Deferred: Meet the U of C Students Organizing for a Clean Dream Act

By Alexandra Epstein, Annabelle Rice, Audrey Fromson, and Grace Hauck

As the deadline for DACA's termination approaches, students unite to fight for their place.


March 4, 2018

Audrey Teo

Students Strut the Catwalk in Annual MODA Show

By Audrey Teo

The annual winter fashion show featured the work of over two dozen student designers.


February 26, 2018

Zoe Kaiser

Photo Essay: Snow Storm

By Olivia Shao, Giovanna DeCastro, and Zoe Kaiser

On February 9th - College Break Day - a snow storm closed down Chicago's public schools and cloaked the UChicago campus with snow.


February 12, 2018

Obama Foundation

Olmsted's Vision Meets Obama's Legacy: Faculty Object to OPC Design

By Emma Dyer

The Obama Foundation says its Presidential Center will be a catalyst for change. But 182 faculty members say the plans go against Frederick Law Olmstead's vision for Jackson Park.


January 23, 2018

Olivia Alcabes

Sliced Bread Turns 10 and Keeps Rising

By Neha Lingareddy

Sliced Bread magazine, founded in 2007, is UChicago's largest student literary publication.


January 18, 2018