The University of Chicago’s Independent Student Newspaper since 1892

Chicago Maroon

The University of Chicago’s Independent Student Newspaper since 1892

Chicago Maroon

The University of Chicago’s Independent Student Newspaper since 1892

Chicago Maroon

Our History

Our History

By Gage Gramlick / September 26, 2022

Newspapers—by virtue of the fact that their primary purpose is to report the news—tend to focus on the now, the narrow space of time that occupies the recent past up until the present. Newspapers like...

A Welcome Letter From the Editors of The Chicago Maroon

A Welcome Letter From the Editors of The Chicago Maroon

By Gage Gramlick and Yiwen Lu / September 22, 2022

Dear Reader,  We need to apologize to you. Orientation Week, this Orientation Issue, and all the other orientation events you’ll attend in the coming weeks—they all gaslight you, make you believe...

Letter from the Editors: The Chicago Maroon to Transition to Biweekly Printing, Migrate to New Website

Letter from the Editors: The Chicago Maroon to Transition to Biweekly Printing, Migrate to New Website

By Gage Gramlick and Yiwen Lu / August 18, 2022

Dear Reader, It’s no secret that the news industry is at a crossroads. For more than two decades, newspapers have struggled to adapt to the internet and to strike a balance between print and digital....

Download the New Maroon App!

Download the New Maroon App!

By Gage Gramlick, Editor-in-Chief / August 18, 2022

Reading The Maroon has never been easier! Through the app, readers can access all articles, videos, and podcasts; follow their favorite writers; and receive push notifications for breaking news. Follow...

Sustainability Special Issue

Sustainability Special Issue

By Ruby Rorty, Editor-in-Chief / February 10, 2022

Like the pandemic, environmental issues in the Midwest are often defined by uncertainty. The fact is, it is hard to know what Hyde Park and Chicago will look like over the coming decades as we face unprecedented...

Editors Note

Editor’s Note

By Ruby Rorty, Editor-in-Chief / February 10, 2022

Like the pandemic, environmental issues in the Midwest are often defined by uncertainty. The fact is, it is hard to know what Hyde Park and Chicago will look like over the coming decades as we face unprecedented...

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