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

Audrey Teo

Students reflect on annual winter tradition of Kuvia

By Audrey Teo and Grace Hauck

Hundreds of students woke up at 5 a.m. every morning last week to participate in the annual festival.


January 15, 2018

Alexandra Nisenoff

Dearborn and Dearly Worn, New Denim Store Opens on 53rd Street

By Jad Dahshan

Dearborn Denim prides itself on sourcing American-made materials and practicing sustainability.


January 11, 2018


From U of C to "Sea Oak;" Alumna Lands Role in Amazon Pilot

By Julia Paz

Rae Gray (A.B. ’14) acts alongside Glenn Close in Amazon's "Sea Oak," based on George Saunder's short story.


January 4, 2018

Khia Kurtenbach Wins Individual NCAA Cross Country Championship

By Audrey Mason

Fourth-year Khia Kurtenbach finished in first place at the 2017 NCAA Division III Cross Country National Championship with a time of 20 minutes and 39 seconds.


November 30, 2017

University of Chicago Special Collections

Est. 1856? Why Organizers Say U of C Owes Reparations

By Jason Lalljee

Supporters are rallying today for a “truth and reconciliation committee" to work on reparations.


November 28, 2017

Teju Cole

Teju Cole Invites Audience to Look for What Can’t Be Seen

By Jonathan Mandel

It became clearer throughout the evening that it is precisely this enticing interplay between beauty, facts, and the unknown which Cole seeks in his various endeavors.


November 21, 2017

Courtesy of Smart Museum of Art

Art Finds Students to Live With Through Smart Museum’s Art Match

By May Huang

75 students took art home through the Smart Museum's Art to Live With program.


November 13, 2017


Fourth-year Val Bodurtha Gives History a Remake in Debut Novel

By Rosemarie Ho

"The History Makers," an alternative history YA novel, hopes to "make 13-year-olds laugh a little and hopefully get them interested in the Aztecs and history.”


November 13, 2017

Biliana and Marina Grozdanova

Alumni Filmmakers Document Music Across Time and Space

By Eric-Antonio Guzman

Sister filmmakers Biliana (A.M. ‘11) and Marina Grozdanova (A.B.’ 13) partnered on a documentary series about the Voyager spacecraft's Golden Record.


October 26, 2017

Kuba Sokolowski

Open House Chicago Opens Doors to City

By Kuba Sokolowski

Last weekend, over 200 buildings opened their doors to the public for Open House Chicago.


October 19, 2017

Kevin Yatarola on behalf of Lincoln Center

Schubert Wanders On: Re-Composing "Winterreise"

By Bryan McGuiggin

In a new staging by Netia Jones, Hans Zender's "composed interpretation" of Schubert's "Winterreise" burnishes its source material.


August 15, 2017

Euirim Choi

An Inside Look at the University’s Budget

By Euirim Choi

Private administration documents shed light on strategic budget deficits and deliberations on how to control spending.


August 13, 2017

Daniel Lipson

Remembering the Society of the Owl and Serpent

By Daniel Lipson

The Society of the Owl and Serpent disbanded 50 years ago in 1967. The Maroon looked back on its storied past.


June 9, 2017