At long last, let us be the first to introduce you to the quarterly intramural Blowout Issue.
Students should show D-I school spirit in spite of being part of a D-III school
The men’s and women’s cross country teams placed 6th and 11th respectively at this past weekends’ Loyola Invite.
While it may resemble Freaks & Geeks more than Biggie & Tupac, we still have our share of heated competition.
Clubs: where all the cool athletes hang out.
Running from class to class shouldn’t be your only form of exercise.
An interview with Stephen Bonnett
First-years launched an online coupon website Tuesday, serving exclusively the U of C campus.
This year’s Festival of the Arts begins this Saturday with a fashion show and launch party.
The chain’s CEO and CFO stopped by Ida Noyes yesterday to scout out students for its Management program.
New slew of swimmers looking to make a splash
A Firefox plug-in allows users to access and modify Facebook, Twitter, and other websites with a Firefox plug-in called Firesheep.
A record 20 first-years are running to fill four open spots on CC, the second year in a row interest has increased for the positions.
For this summer’s biggest blockbuster, you’ll have to put on your thinking cap
Swimming and diving teams host six-team meets and win by wide margins.
Men’s team tops Thunder in all 11 events.
You voted, and now here they are: the 2008-2009 All-Maroon winners.
Third-year Brian Young thought his year was over, but a last-second NCAA invitation breathed new life into the season.
Women’s track brought home its first indoor championship in school history a year ago, and a strong season has the squad determined to make it a two-peat at this weekend’s UAA Indoor Championships.
A handful of NCAA provisional-qualifying and All-UAA performances led men’s swimming to a school-best fourth place showing at UAAs this weekend.
After falling behind early against DePauw, the Maroons’ regular contributors led a late surge to give the team a win in its final meet before UAAs.
Men’s swimming couldn’t handle their Division-I opponents Friday, as Milwaukee took a 156–127 win at Chicago’s senior night.
After their loss to Kalamazoo, men’s swimming knows what can happen when the team doesn’t show up. Their opponents at the Chicago Invitational now know what can happen when they do.
Men’s swimming started the new year slow, as a disappointing performance by Chicago gave Kalamazoo an upset win over the Maroons.
Women’s swimming continued its record-setting trends Saturday with a 161–98 win at Lewis.
The Bears claimed first place at the Maroon Invitational, edging out Chicago at the invite for the second consecutive year.
The men’s swimming team dominated IIT en route to their second victory of the season.
Check out our preview of both swimming squads before the season kicks off Saturday.