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The Chicago Maroon 6h
A Korean-Mexican fast casual restaurant is opening in Hyde Park. Seoul Taco will hope to find better luck at the cursed 57th Street location than Cemitas Puebla and Packed Dumplings, which shuttered.
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The Chicago Maroon 11h
Four year 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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The Chicago Maroon Sep 18
Hyde Park Academy will receive $40 million from CPS for capital improvements. Was the school's proximity to the Obama Presidential Center a factor?
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The Chicago Maroon Sep 11
"My first year gave me a taste of who I was—it pointed me in the right direction. It sowed the seeds of my identity that I would grow and grow, and eventually get to see blossom." — Annie Geng
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The Chicago Maroon Sep 11
With "Big Red Machine" and their new musical collective "People," Justin Vernon of and Aaron Dessner of —alongside over 30 other collaborators—aim to restore music making to its collaborative, non-commercial roots.
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The Chicago Maroon Sep 9
UChicago is ranked third by U.S. News for the third consecutive year.
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The Chicago Maroon Sep 9
Phi Delt is recruiting founding members to bring the chapter back to UChicago this fall.
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The Chicago Maroon Sep 8
Phi Delt is recruiting "Founding Fathers" for a return to UChicago this fall. The chapter went dormant in 2016 following a hazing incident that allegedly involved the physical assault of a pledge.
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Axios Sep 4
What we're reading: The University of Chicago's bogus billionaire
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The Chicago Maroon Sep 4
Booth Professor Austan Goolsbee said Steve Bannon "bailed out" on doing an event at UChicago when he learned the format would be a debate with him.
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Marina Fang Sep 4
. spotlights 's incredible investigation into shady UChicago donor and trustee Steve Stevanovich.
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David McCabe Sep 4
What we're reading: The very sharp student journalists of via
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The Chicago Maroon Sep 4
Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel will not seek reelection. Emanuel maintained a relationship with President Robert J. Zimmer, collaborating on UChicago Medicine’s expansion and the Obama Presidential Center.
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The Chicago Maroon Sep 3
Booth Professor Austan Goolsbee, who was expected to debate Steve Bannon at UChicago earlier this year, suggested on Monday that the former White House strategist is a "snowflake" for not debating him.
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The Chicago Maroon Aug 31
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The Chicago Maroon Aug 31
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The Chicago Maroon Aug 31
The Maroon is releasing the source code for yesterday's University of Chicago trustee story.
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The Chicago Maroon Aug 30
Ontario is requiring publicly funded colleges & universities in the province to adopt 's free speech principles or lose funding. This would be the largest-scale adoption of the Chicago principles to date—Ontario has over 13 million inhabitants.
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Asher Klein Aug 30
A couple of extra-sharp UChicago students followed the bread crumbs on a Ponzi scheme story I covered at eight years ago (!) and turned it into this massive investigation that's clued into an active SEC investigation
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The Chicago Maroon Aug 30
Already facing lawsuits over loans to a Ponzi scheme and millions behind on pledges to the University, UChicago trustee Steve Stevanovich is being investigated for potentially defrauding investors—including pensioners—out of hundreds of millions.
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