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Tuesday's rally kicks off the first in a series of "college pull up rallies."
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At the Chicago Quantum Summit this past weekend, sector leaders including Jeff Henshaw of Microsoft Xbox discussed the potential applications of quantum research.
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The former president and first lady will both visit Hyde Park in the next two weeks for events hosted by the Institute of Politics and 57th Street Books.
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On this week's Maroon Weekly: Endowment Returns, Booth ranks 1st in latest Economist rankings, and more concern over trustee business dealings
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 9
Booth School of Business was again rated the #1 M.B.A. program in the world by .
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 9
The annual South Side Pie Challenge brought community together to raise funds for local hunger initiatives.
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 9
On tour for his latest album “Bridges”, Josh Groban’s best live performances were often covers.
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 9
David Pountney breaks with tradition with his reimagining of Wagner’s "Siegfried" at the
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 9
"Having vague ambitions for future government service is a poor excuse for moral ambivalence in the present... Liberals, don't intern for Trump." —Maroon Editorial Board
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 9
At 8% ROI, the endowment again saw lagging returns compared to other top universities.
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 8
Performances ranged from the comedic, as in “The Hardy Boys and the Mystery of Where Babies Come From”, to the touching, as in “A Story About Dragons.”
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 7
“As ”Suspiria’s” ‘six acts and an epilogue set in divided Berlin’ unfold, its horror conceit sharply diverges from the mere unease that characterized the original.”
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 7
A polling place at 5550 South Shore Drive ran out of ballots, causing long delays to vote.
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 7
Tired of following pop-star etiquette and teasing her fans, Maggie Rogers surprised the audience by performing the entirety of her new album, “Heard It in a Past Life”.
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 7
The startup had also received a $2.3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 7
BallotReady was founded by two UChicago alumni, and aims to help educate voters.
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 6
Thomas wore a colorful knit sweater and a straw hat the day we met in Hutchinson Commons.
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 6
Both groups have been working relentlessly to encourage engagement in the midterm elections.
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 6
boygenius members meld their unique styles harmoniously on their self-titled debut.
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The Chicago Maroon Nov 6
Assistant Professor Eve Ewing seeks to put CPS closings in the context of “systemic racism, inequality, bad faith, and distrust that stretches deep into Chicago history.”
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