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The University of Chicago’s Independent Student Newspaper since 1892

Chicago Maroon

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IOP Suspends Cook County Jail Writing Workshop Cohort Amid Alleged Student Policy Violations
According to court filings, a cohort of the Bridge writing workshop had been suspended due to students communicating with inmates from outside the facility in violation of jail policies.
By Gabriel Kraemer / May 19, 2024
A screenshot from the November 15, 2021 vlog the Maroon reviewed with MacGregor.
Insights From a Virtual Scrapbook
By Lucas Ribeiro, Grey City Reporter / May 16, 2024

Three years and 161 videos ago, the Maroon first wrote about Makayla MacGregor. As a UChicago first-year, MacGregor turned the focus of her...

Yours For Food
Yours For Food
By Finn Hartnett / May 14, 2024
The Case of the Checkerboard Blues
The Case of the Checkerboard Blues
By Celeste Alcalay, Grey City Deputy Editor / May 2, 2024
Pro-Palestine protesters rally in front of a convocation event near Ida Noyes Hall.
Pro-Palestine Protesters Disrupt Convocation Ceremonies, One Arrested in Confrontation with Police
By Nathaniel Rodwell-Simon / June 4, 2024
At least 100 students walked out during the University’s convocation ceremonies on June 1 in protest of the University’s decision to withhold the degrees of five graduating students involved in the pro-Palestine encampment.
Protesters rally in front of the encampment.
University to Withhold Degrees of Four Students Involved in Pro-Palestine Encampment
By Emma Janssen and Peter Maheras / May 31, 2024
UCUP is organizing a rally during convocation to protest the University withholding degrees from students currently involved in the “Disciplinary System for Disruptive Conduct.” The students' cases will not have been resolved before graduation on June 1.
A Deficit Without Communication
A Deficit Without Communication
By Camille Cypher / June 15, 2024

Browsing the Reynolds Club posters, one can’t ignore Divest UChicago, UChicago Against Displacement (UCAD), and Students for Justice in Palestine’s...

77. The UChicago Students Journey
77. The UChicago Student's Journey
By Pravan Chakravarthy / May 16, 2024

76. Where Am I?
May 12, 2024


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In Defense of Nuance: Part Two
In Defense of Nuance: Part Two
Our administration and faculty enforce submission to DEI. This dehumanizes underrepresented minorities and defies UChicago’s core values.
By Anonymous / June 2, 2024
A Deficit Without Communication
A Deficit Without Communication
By Camille Cypher / June 15, 2024

Browsing the Reynolds Club posters, one can’t ignore Divest UChicago, UChicago Against Displacement (UCAD), and Students for Justice in Palestine’s...

2024 USG Endorsement: The Timing’s Just Right with “Better Slate Than Never” Slate
2024 USG Endorsement: The Timing’s Just Right with “Better Slate Than Never” Slate
The Maroon Editorial Board endorses Better Slate Than Never for Undergraduate Student Government’s executive slate, Arsima Araya for trustee and faculty governance liaison, and Andrea Pita Mendez for vice president of advocacy.
By Maroon Editorial Board / April 15, 2024
Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, Sr.
A Message to the Protesters From Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, Sr.
A call to keep raising the tempests on campus over the Gazan horror.
By Jesse L. Jackson, Sr. / May 3, 2024
The Arts Podcast, E1: Taylor Swift and Her Tortured Poets
By Elizabeth Eck, Nolan Shaffer, and Tiffany Li / June 8, 2024

Arts is starting a new podcast! On Episode 1 of the Arts Podcast, Elizabeth, Nolan, and Tiffany discuss Taylor Swift’s latest album, The Tortured...

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Special Report: Interviews from May 3 Encampment Protests
By Gregory Caesar, William Kimani, and Jake Zucker / May 4, 2024

Podcasts conducted a series of interviews on the quad as pro-Palestinian and pro-Israeli protesters faced off on day five of the encampment....

The Maroon Weekly, E118
By Gregory Caesar, Tiffany Li, and Jake Zucker / April 16, 2024

On Episode 118, Greg and Jake are joined in the studio by Tiffany, a second-year who is joining the section. She tells us about the new contract...

Special Series: Undergraduate Student Government, E1
By Jake Zucker, Head Podcasts Editor / April 2, 2024

On the first episode of a new mini-series covering Undergraduate Student Government (USG) here on campus, Jake talks to USG President Jefferson...

The Maroon Weekly, E117
By Celeste Alcalay, Gregory Caesar, and Jake Zucker / March 29, 2024

On Episode 117, Celeste shares her insights into new agreements reached between the administration and nurses and graduate students, averting...

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