Student Government should take advantage of the opportunity to sustain the political engagement that spiked during elections.
The psychological urge to profile evades our judgment, but that doesn’t mean we should follow it.
Ambiguousness of “free inquiry” becomes troublesome when it underlies serious policies and decisions.
The University’s policy on reporting violent crimes is too selective to sufficiently inform those it aims to protect.
High-quality jokes reflect an amount of empathy for those they discuss—the rest just aren’t nice.
UChicago is a place that encourages individuals to be who they are—but not necessarily by themselves.
The hypocrisy of progressives’ critiques of conservative views and values belies their limited commitment to tolerance.
The far-right’s tendency to unjustly vilify those that oppose its views is becoming a central facet of the modern GOP.
Our desire to delve deeply into the conditions of tragedy doesn’t come from such a bad place.
We shouldn’t paper over the gaps in our knowledge of individuals with things we feel safe to assume.
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.
On a campus with a bustling and impersonal feel, UChi Marketplace promises memorable meetings and sweet deals.
Dean Nondorf outlines progress, potential of UChicago’s financial aid offerings.
Passage of divestment referendum shows student desire for University that values environment more than illusion of neutrality.
Major Activities Board’s choice to bring Nelly to campus for Summer Breeze inconsistent with concert’s forward-thinking past.
Online griping won’t do much to fix larger issues with campus dining.
Entry into unopposed race prompted by desire to put community experience to work.
Hospital admins must make good on public discussion promise.
Political Union event title disrespects undocumented immigrants.
In response to the “SG presidential candidate accused of foul play” (Apr. 16)
Frustrating scarcity of Core art classes results in wasted time, talent for College students.