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The University of Chicago’s Independent Student Newspaper since 1892

Chicago Maroon

The University of Chicago’s Independent Student Newspaper since 1892

Chicago Maroon

Christine Goggins (top left), Deqa Aden (top right), Heena Mohammed (bottom left), and Nishit Shukla (bottom right) are among the 2022–23 Obama Foundation Scholars.

Taking the World by Storm: Introducing Four of the 2022–23 Obama Foundation Scholars

By Casey Kim / November 25, 2022
The Obama Foundation gives its chosen scholars educational support to accelerate individual projects addressing issues within different communities.
Carilloneurs Congress at The Rockefeller Chapel June 18, 2022

2022 GCNA Congress

(photo by Anne Ryan)

Musicians of Carillon Arts Gather to Celebrate Historical Instrument at Rockefeller

By Casey Kim / November 22, 2022
More than 150 carillonists from all over the world attended the annual GCNA congress in June, which also celebrated the 90th anniversary of Rockefeller’s flagship instrument, “Big Laura.”
Levi Hall

What Is the Maroon Key Society?

By Kati Langille / November 11, 2022
With a GPA cutoff and a required essay, the society speaks with senior University officials about some of the biggest issues facing campus.
Books on display at the MERCZbau exhibition.

Scholars of Eastern Europe Discuss Orientalism’s “History of Rupture” at Neubauer Collegium Event

By Amulya Agrawal / November 1, 2022
The discussion concluded the Slavs and Tatars collective’s MERCZbau exhibition, on display at the Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society from May 5 to October 7.
Southeast Side to Vote on Expanding Mental Health Resources for Underinsured Residents

Southeast Side to Vote on Expanding Mental Health Resources for Underinsured Residents

By Sophia Kang / October 27, 2022
Voters in Kenwood, Woodlawn, South Shore, and Hyde Park will vote on a 0.025 percent property tax increase to fund a public mental health clinic that would serve these neighborhoods.
Heidi Heitkamp, wearing a blue suit, smiles while looking straight at the camera

Uncommon Interview: Incoming IOP Director and Former Senator Heidi Heitkamp

By Eric Fang and Michael McClure / October 19, 2022
Former North Dakota senator Heidi Heitkamp discussed lessons from her political career, her perspective on UChicago, and her vision for the IOP as its incoming director.
Newly elected College Council representatives Luz Maria Montiel, Elijah Jenkins, Juan Simon Angel, and Meera Dasgupta after the announcement of the results.

Jenkins, Lu, Angel, Dasgupta, Montiel Elected Class of 2026 College Council Representatives

By Michael McClure / October 12, 2022

Elijah Jenkins, Tim Lu, Juan Simon Angel, Meera Dasgupta, and Luz Maria Montiel were elected to be the five College Council (CC) representatives for the Class of 2026 on Wednesday, October 12. CC, a board...

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