Admissions hit the mark in anticipating yield for the incoming class despite facing a number of challenges.
UCPD’s planned launch of a safety app is undermined by University’s selective security alert policy.
UChicago’s plans for online open courses expand upon its commitment to making education accessible.
Short-term fixes clearly not sufficient as dining hall health concerns continue to resurface.
SG must immediately restructure Elections and Rules Committee to guarantee electoral accountability.
For the position of undergraduate liaison to the Board of Trustees, the Maroon endorses incumbent Rohan Manthani.
The four executive slates offer different ideas about the role and direction Student Government should take over the next year.
Recent administrative message regarding diversity and inclusion rightly reaches out to entire student body.
Students should support investment referendum if they favor productive dialogue on social responsibility.
CPS decision to close Canter Middle School neglects the school’s culture of support for students.
Administrators should work with activists campaigning for a no-loan policy at UChicago.
With sustainability initiatives taking shape across campus, it’s time for student groups to speak up.
SG and student enthusiasm regarding Roosevelt shuttle revamp crucial to improving this valuable service.
IT Services should do more to enable students to realize MyUChicago’s potential following cMore switch.
Reading period must be reserved for the activity for which it was originally intended: studying.
The changed format of “Coffee and Donuts” is a welcome attempt to foster student engagement.
UCPD’s use of undercover officer at trauma center protest was counter to UChicago’s values.
Smart planning will help ease pain as Pierce closure next year increases strain on dining halls.
Changes to course request could make the registration process more efficient and enjoyable.
A lack of publicity surrounding the RSO Catering Fund undermines its usefulness as a student resource.
Uncommon Fund board should better publicize voting period to maximize valuable student input.
A short, not-so-sweet list of things for single students to do on Valentine’s Day.
University must consider academic standards, fairness in awarding credit for AP, IB exams.
Some ongoing campus issues to keep in mind as the academic year reaches its midpoint.
University should follow education course sequence with more offerings combining theory and practice.
The UCPD’s treatment of protestors raises concerns about student safety and community trust.
The University’s reproductive health and sexual education services need to be better promoted.
Low-key nature of Campus Dialogue Fund’s launch shouldn’t set a precedent for its future activities.
Taking the Next Step has unique strengths but should not be presented as a one-stop career shop.
Departure of SHoP from Fenn House calls University’s commitment to art, community into question.
Revamping Dean’s role and increasing transparency would improve and balance disciplinary process.
The Seminary Co-op’s relocation is a chance to build new community spaces.
SHCS should expand healthcare options for those who need quick care but not an ER admission.
A short, incomplete list of things to appreciate this Thanksgiving.
As it nears the end of its first quarter, the NightRide Pilot Program still has a few kinks in its system.
The haphazard announcement of Pierce’s closure does not inspire confidence in the Administration.
The physical science curriculum for non-science majors should focus on broader scientific understanding.
A guide for Chicago voters to less prominent—but equally important—races and referenda.
Current funding system for COUP and other major campus organizations is inefficient and detrimental.
UChicago Careers in Education Professions should integrate successful elements of current programs.
Saturday’s Homecoming Block Party is an opportunity to foster stronger school spirit—but it’s just the start.
To live up to its own advertising, the University should make it easier to get out of Hyde Park, into the city.
Comments that assume link between intelligence and level of attractiveness have no redeeming value.
The University’s failure to ensure that faculty post reading lists ahead of time is costing students.
With University’s increased arts emphasis, Creative Writing should be a priority.
Entire University community must deepen student involvement in events like Oktoberfest.
As students return for the new academic year, so do ongoing campus issues.
Alpha Delt and DU’s recent bias incidents speak to a culture of insensitivity, need for understanding.
Increasing class sizes should prompt the U of C to mend the disconnect between Housing and Admissions.
NATO events offer unique opportunities for students to think and engage with Chicago.