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Feng Ye

What’s Really Going On: the RevCom Party Outlook

By Josh Villers

This group’s philosophy has nothing to do with dining hall dust-ups.

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April 16, 2019

PSI

Moving Forward, Alone

By Rory Nevins

Despite Not Joining Wave of Universities Against Climate Change, University Pursues Its Own Measures.

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April 15, 2019

Alvin Shi

"A Really Interesting Confidence Thing: What It's Like to Take a Leave of Absence

By Lucia Geng

Six current and former students spoke to Grey City about their experiences with taking leaves of absence from school — and there was no dominant narrative.

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April 10, 2019

Isha Jain

The 20th Ward's Overwhelming Question

By Alex Dalton

Ahead of the runoff to be 20th Ward alderman, Grey City examined the history of corruption in the ward and asked the contenders how they planned to avoid the same issues.

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April 1, 2019

Alvin Shi

In the Changing Financial Aid Landscape, Pell Grants Hold Steady

By Mallory Moore

How do Pell Grants appear on UChicago's campus? How do they interact with institutional aid? What do they tell us about a student body's financial makeup? Mallory Moore reports for Grey City.

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February 27, 2019

The Ransom Notes

Strong Singers, Stronger Bonds

By Olivia Chilkoti

Grey City Reporter Olivia Chilkoti takes a look at the thriving a cappella scene on campus, from auditions to competitions.

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February 18, 2019

Sofia Garcia

2019 Chicago City Elections Voting Guide

By Jack Cruz-Alvarez, Isha Jain, Dimitriy Leksanov, Pranathi Posa, Mari Mirasol, and Elaine Chen

Be an informed voter on February 26, courtesy of The Maroon.

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February 16, 2019

Folklore Society Prepares the Latest Chapter in a Long History of Folk Music

By Avi Waldman

Grey City gets to know the UChicago Folklore Society as they prepare for their annual Folk Festival, one of the oldest in the country, and takes a trip through the history of folk music from its roots to today.

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February 5, 2019

UChicago Medicine Study Reveals Regional Discrepancies in Drug Prescriptions

By Brad Subramaniam

The study found that doctors in wealthier, urban, and southeastern areas preferred more expensive drugs to cheaper, equally effective options.

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November 15, 2018

Chuck Flores and Dan Koehler

The Next Final Frontier: The Efforts to Save Yerkes Observatory

By Oren Oppenheim

Community groups work to continue as many of the Yerkes Observatory programs as possible.

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November 8, 2018

Sofia Garcia

O-Issue 2018, by The Chicago Maroon

By Maroon Staff

An introduction to the next four years.

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September 21, 2018

University of Chicago

U of C’s Arts Block Wrangles With Neighbors, Winter Weather

By Caroline Kubzansky

“How many times have we been played about everything that comes to this community that’s supposed to be for us, that’s not supposed to push us out?”

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September 21, 2018

Maroon Staff

Hustle The Maroon: How to Join UChicago's Student Newspaper

By Maroon Staff

Join a passionate community of journalists, photographers, business people, digital specialists, and designers.

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September 20, 2018

University of Chicago Athletics Dept.

The Curious Case of Chicago's Offense

By Michael Perry

Four years ago, the University of Chicago won its conference. Two years ago, it boasted the No. 2 passer in the nation. Three offensive coordinators later, the Maroons are winless and can’t score. What happened?

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September 19, 2018

Euirim Choi

Chinese Coal, No Revenue, One Employee: Inside UChicago Trustee’s “$1.7 Billion” Firm

By Spencer Dembner and Euirim Choi

Documents reveal that Steve Stevanovich is late on over $12 million in pledges to the University, and that by overselling his company he may have committed securities fraud.

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August 30, 2018

Grace Hauck

How has this experience changed you?

By Grace Hauck

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

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June 8, 2018

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