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Pete Grieve
Fourth-year at UChicago. Past: | phg@uchicago.edu
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Euirim Choi Apr 5
Bonkers clip: Tucker Carlson attacks President Zimmer's salary and criticizes UChicago Booth Professor (a regular guest) for working for a university that rapidly raises tuition while student loan debt skyrockets...
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Jake Lahut Apr 3
Whoah — has been diagnosed witb prostate cancer and will undergo surgery. Still not ruling out a 2020 run, and it sounds like he'll be OK:
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Euirim Choi Apr 3
I made a live interactive chart that shows the number of Twitter mentions of each major 2020 U.S. presidential candidate over time (in five-minute intervals). Check out how the candidates stack up:
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The Chicago Maroon Apr 2
Jeanette Taylor, an activist endorsed by who campaigned to bring a Level I trauma center to the South Side and led a 34-day hunger strike to reopen Dyett High School, will be the 20th Ward's next alderman.
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Pete Grieve Apr 3
Replying to @euirim @Taniel and 14 others
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Pete Grieve Apr 3
Congrats to on launching this very cool 2020 Twitter tracker. Real time updates and it’s free
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Financial Times Mar 27
Venezuelan president tightens grip on media
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The New York Times Mar 31
Russia has alarmed Western officials by steadily expanding its military influence across Africa with arms sales, security agreements and training programs
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UN Human Rights Apr 1
UN Human Right Chief urges to stop new penal code that seriously breach international human law – incl. death by stoning. Brunei retains death penalty in law but has been abolitionist in practice since 1957. Learn more:
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The Chicago Maroon Apr 1
The acceptance rate for the Class of 2023 was 5.9%, Dean of Admissions Jim Nondorf told admitted students Saturday at a reception. Nondorf also hinted at the college admissions scandal: “I used to make jokes about cheating, but I don’t do that anymore."
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Pete Grieve Mar 20
Wow great investigative work from 💪💪
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willy 💧♍ Mar 20
Wrote the Phelps obit for the Times:
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Morning Shift Mar 19
Right now on : Two student-journalists + detail their big scoop about how U of C helped wealthy students with career development while students in need were left out. Listen live and read their reporting below.
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The Chicago Maroon Mar 18
Dean of the College John Boyer created a committee this quarter to explore a possible switch to a semester system. The university has been on a quarter system since 1892.
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Marina Fang Mar 17
Incredible scoop related to the college bribery scam: career services administrators prioritized internship funding for children of donors & administrators, per leaked emails by
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William Calloway Mar 16
I will protect the rights of all residents of the 5th Ward, regardless of race, gender, sexuality, identification of affiliation.
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Pete Grieve Mar 15
A leaked email shows how UChicago Career Advancement gave special treatment to SICs ("special interest" students, like relatives of donors) regarding internship funding
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Pete Grieve Mar 15
On the day of the Obergefell decision, candidate Will Calloway wrote "heard an abominable sin was passed nation wide today." He is in a runoff with 5th Ward Alderman Leslie Hairston as a progressive challenger
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Pete Grieve Mar 12
“In a blog entry written for a sociology class, she described herself as ‘very independent and not dependent on others when I need things.’...‘I also find that I have a good moral compass’”
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Pete Grieve Mar 8
Replying to @pete_grieve
The Trib praises Zimmer (who, btw, voted in '16 GOP primary) because he "doesn’t feel threatened by conservative commentators on campus." They write, "If the Tribune Editorial Board handed out awards to honor advocates of free speech, Zimmer would get one"
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