NATO events offer unique opportunities for students to think and engage with Chicago.
Students should advance the cause of trayless dining to reduce excessive food waste.
Students wary of Scav should reexamine assumptions about the annual tradition.
It’s not too late to salvage some summer plans if you follow these tips for finding ways to keep busy.
The University must place its trust in students by instituting a Socially Responsible Investment Committee.
Increased grad presence and participation in SG should encourage undergrads to reach out.
The Office of College Aid should more actively engage with students over expenses.
The University must do more to fund and encourage student efforts at promoting sustainability.
The Maroon endorses candidates for Undergraduate Liaison to the Board of Trustees, Graduate Liaison to the Board of Trustees, and Community and Government liaison.
The Maroon evaluates the three slates in this year’s SG elections in terms of experience, policy, and any potential shortcomings they may possess.
Myriad opportunities exist for U of C students to get more involved in the neighborhood.
Plans to axe SafeRide, change shuttle system will not sufficiently address student safety concerns.
Some of the many ways to show your prospie a good, insightful time in the coming weeks.
Administrators’ monetary solutions for Pierce fiasco don’t address the larger problem.
Study Abroad should expand programs in underrepresented areas.
Recent tuition increase warrants University aid policy which better serves students of all incomes.
The University must move forward quickly with plans to restore and replace Pierce.
The University should consult its community in re-evaluating how the Kalven report is interpreted.
SG should overhaul the slate format and introduce separate elections for specialized positions.
New course registration site addresses certain issues, but its poorly planned launch creates others.
Hiring employees from second-chance programs benefits both the University and the community.
Smart Museum’s interactive exhibition opening reveals the value of bringing Chicagoans to campus.
A short, not-so-sweet list of things for single students to do on Valentine’s Day.
Recent communication between University police and students provides a solid foundation to build on.
Changes to the Uncommon Fund application and selection process are well-intentioned but inadequate.
Despite increased applications, yield rate remains low and would benefit from a switch to Early Decision.
A new online course doesn’t take the U of C education out of the classroom.
Students in need should never have to wait more than 24 hours to see a physician on campus.
New Institute of Politics provides welcome public service opportunities but should avoid partisanship.
New changes to the student manual regarding protests are cause for concern.
CAPS should make an effort to broaden offerings outside of finance and business.
Goff-Crews’s untimely departure signals future instability for Office of Campus and Student Life.
The current system for replacing College Council representatives should be reformed.
A short, incomplete list of things to be grateful for this Thanksgiving.
The administration should protect the free speech rights of students just as much as those of speakers.
Administration should organize an open forum to discuss the future of socially responsible investment.
Despite merit, new proposals betray original intent of socially responsible investment initiative.
The Phoenix Plan’s lack of viable meal exchange options undermines its success.
Lack of communication between the University and the community jeopardizes construction plans.
Current Core Bio classes are uninspiring and turn students away from the sciences.
With almost twice as much money, the Uncommon Fund board should take steps to ensure neutrality.
Changes to transportation policy should reflect student input and demand.
Ensuring bicycle safety and convenience would lead to heightened campus engagement.
Large, campus-wide events like Blues ’N’ Ribs are high in demand and low in supply.
Newly elected first-years should keep College Council transparent, focused on small, significant issues.
A pass/fail system for the first quarter of college would help ease the transition into a new environment.
Excluding non-SG members from College Council listhost undermines transparency efforts.
Midway House exposes flaws in housing strategy and compromises dorm culture.
Take advantage of today’s RSO fair and get involved on campus
The Board of Trustees should make an honest effort to compromise with SRIC supporters.