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The Chicago Maroon 10h
With gripping acting and stark portrayal of everyday survival, Hirokazu Kre-eda’s newest film is a must-see.
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The Chicago Maroon 11h
Kevin Bailey, a former civil engineer on Barack Obama’s high-speed railway project, ran for alderman in the last city elections in 2015.
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The Chicago Maroon Jan 16
A new partnership between the Energy Policy Institute and a Chinese University will investigate energy and environmental policy in China.
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The Chicago Maroon Jan 16
“Deball’s artwork blurs the line between time and space, just as the Mesoamericans did centuries ago, and she does so in a way that is both respectful and provocative.”
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The Chicago Maroon Jan 16
John List and Dana Suskind were married in Saieh Hall this summer. “John courted me with spreadsheets and hypotheses,” Suskind said.
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The Chicago Maroon Jan 15
At an event Thursday, Stone said that the First Amendment has been "called into question."
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The Chicago Maroon Jan 15
In today's newsletter: A chapter of the Pike fraternity is coming to UChicago this spring, the annual MLK commemoration takes place tonight, and the Energy Policy Institute announces a collaboration with University of Chinese Academy of Sciences.
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The Chicago Maroon Jan 15
The young group captivated the audience at Mandell Hall with a program inspired by the theme of honor and tribute.
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The Chicago Maroon Jan 15
The charges come as Harvard faces a high-profile lawsuit alleging that its admissions procedures have discriminated against Asian Americans.
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The Chicago Maroon Jan 15
Some students were concerned that SG should not weigh in on private companies’ relationships with their employees.
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The Chicago Maroon Jan 14
The Maroon Weekly is back for winter quarter! This week, a Hyde Park speakeasy, expansion to the Universities Paris campus and more!
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The Chicago Maroon Jan 12
“Lanthimos takes a historical footnote and creates a plot bursting with sabotage, sexual antics, wicked zingers, and sly social commentary.”
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The Chicago Maroon Jan 11
Netflix’s hot new movie is full of boring tropes and unsatisfying attempts at horror.
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The Chicago Maroon Jan 11
The renovated Garfield Green Line station opened yesterday. The station, which is adjacent to the University-backed Arts Block, features an artistic design.
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The Chicago Maroon Jan 11
UChicago Medicine has performed six heart-liver-kidney transplants overall.
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The Chicago Maroon Jan 11
The candidates discussed their platforms for economic growth both within the 20th Ward and Chicago in general.
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The Chicago Maroon Jan 11
Drinks at the restaurant are named after famous works of literature, ranging from "The Great Gatsby" to "Chicka Chicka Boom Boom."
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The Chicago Maroon Jan 10
Breaking: Two men were shot near 51st and Drexel around 3:30 pm.
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The Chicago Maroon Jan 8
Nicole Johnson, a former teacher from Englewood, has declared her candidacy for 20th ward alderman.
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The Chicago Maroon Jan 8
Though residents called for an election to choose Raoul’s successor, Illinois law mandates filling vacancies by appointment.
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