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The Chicago Maroon 13h
Why aren't Jazz's South Side roots better known? Grey City reporter Olivia Chilkoti sets out to find Chicago's role in the story of Jazz.
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The Chicago Maroon 19h
The slate’s platform focuses on support for students in areas ranging from campus safety to mental health.
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The Chicago Maroon 20h
Reform has prioritized improving campus security, which they have characterized as ineffective and opaque.
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The Chicago Maroon 21h
On this week's front cover: CARE () and Reform () slates face off to lead Student Government.
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The Chicago Maroon Apr 23
The building, an example of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie Style Architecture, has been restored to its original vision.
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The Chicago Maroon Apr 23
The panelists said that many Asian Americans are reluctant to seek help for mental illness since it has been a taboo subject in Asian-American communities.
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The Chicago Maroon Apr 22
Faculty Forward believes that its contract with the University, arrived at after intensive bargaining, secures them eligibility for the prominent Quantrell teaching award. The University maintains that non-tenure-track faculty members are not eligible.
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The Chicago Maroon Apr 20
Only around 50 percent of Ph.D. students are satisfied with training for graduate teaching, the survey shows.
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The Chicago Maroon Apr 19
Students will vote in the SG elections on Blueprint from Monday, May 6, through Wednesday, May 8.
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The Chicago Maroon Apr 19
Incumbent Leslie Hairston was declared the winner in the 5th ward race Thursday. However, Calloway’s campaign is challenging ballot counts in 10 precincts.
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The Chicago Maroon Apr 18
In a pickle? Ask a question of the two most qualified people on campus and it might get answered on the next episode of Dear Abby!
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The Chicago Maroon Apr 18
The assault, which happened on a route between the International House and Stony Island Hall, was characterized as an off-campus incident.
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The Chicago Maroon Apr 18
Castro cited his experience as mayor of a large and diverse city as an aspect that sets him apart from the already-crowded set of Democratic nominees, many of whom have no executive experience.
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The Chicago Maroon Apr 18
Under the proposed changes, members of the two councils would no longer collectively decide how to allocate money to undergrad and grad student groups. The two councils would also meet less often.
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The Chicago Maroon Apr 18
Deputy Title IX coordinator Shea Wolfe said that the number of Title IX reports filed at UChicago increased after nationwide controversies, such as the Weinstein scandal and the Kavanaugh hearings.
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The Chicago Maroon Apr 17
“Marielle’s strategic skills and extensive communications and public engagement experience in both the public and private sectors will be invaluable as we prepare to lead the City of Chicago,” Lightfoot said in a press release.
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The Chicago Maroon Apr 17
Students who oppose Danny Danon's stance on Palestinian rights protested outside Mandel Hall, in which the Israel Summit—a largely apolitical event designed for students to network with Israeli innovators—was held.
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The Chicago Maroon Apr 17
Two professors who have filed amicus briefs on opposing sides of the Protect Our Parks lawsuit debated at the Law School.
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The Chicago Maroon Apr 16
Prior to this academic year, no new frats had opened at UChicago since 2013, when Zeta Psi came to campus.
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The Chicago Maroon Apr 16
“The more that we say that this is not the culture we want, the more powerful that change is going to be,” former Obama advisor Tina Tchen told attendees.
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