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Chicago Maroon

The University of Chicago’s Independent Student Newspaper since 1892

Chicago Maroon

Graduation Issue 2023

Graduation Issue 2023

By The Maroon Staff / May 18, 2023
The Maroon honors and celebrates the Class of 2023.
A stack of issues of The Maroon.

The Maroon’s Biggest Stories of the 2022–23 Academic Year

By Peter Maheras / May 18, 2023
These are the eight Maroon stories that shaped the Class of 2023’s final year at UChicago.
University administrators presented this COVID dashboard to students as part of their weekly COVID update on 10/2/2020.

Timeline: How COVID-19 Affected the Class of 2023’s College Years

By Austin Zeglis / May 18, 2023
From the initial shutdown of campus in their first year to the suspension of testing programs in their fourth, the Class of 2023 is the first graduating class to have experienced the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in each of their years in the College.
The signage outside Fairgrounds Craft Coffee & Tea in Hyde Park.

The Class of 2023’s Gems of Hyde Park

By Annette Mehta / May 18, 2023
In our annual edition of Gems of Hyde Park, we asked graduating students what their favorite Hyde Park businesses are. Here’s what they said.
Levi Hall

Graduating Fourth-Years Speak on Experience With the 10-Week Quarter

By Ashton Oh / May 18, 2023
The Class of 2023 shares their experiences with internships and classes before and after the shift to a nine-week quarter.
Uncommon Interview: 2022–23 USG President Summer Long

Uncommon Interview: 2022–23 USG President Summer Long

By Naina Purushothaman / May 18, 2023
The Maroon corresponded with outgoing Undergraduate Student Government President Summer Long to discuss her tenure.
Illustration of Dean Boyer in academic regalia

John W. Boyer, Dean of the College for 30 Years, in His Own and His Colleagues’ Words

By Zachary Leiter, Grey City Reporter / May 18, 2023

In January 2022, Dean of the College John W. Boyer announced his plans to transition to a new role at the end of the 2022–23 academic year. In his new role as senior advisor to University president Paul...

Why Student Journalism Matters

Why Student Journalism Matters

By Yiwen Lu / May 18, 2023
College newspapers provides an essential platform for students to engage with their own community and hold power accountable. A free, safe press is necessary to sustain that.
Worth Walking For

Worth Walking For

By Angelina Torre / May 18, 2023
International House is the dorm farthest from UChicago’s campus, and the distance is easy to complain about—but it’s also something to cherish.
Chicago Architecture Tour Guide of Four Years

Chicago Architecture Tour Guide of Four Years

By Adam Sachs / May 18, 2023
To fully take advantage of your four years here, get off campus and explore everything Chicago has to offer.
For fourth-year Jhung Kim, making music has always been about the unexpected.

Jhung Came Out of the Blue

By Tomás Miriti Pacheco, Arts Contributor / May 18, 2023
What was intended as a one-off EP has instead (re)launched the student artist’s musical career.
The softball team warms up before a game against Lake Forest College.

Softball Catcher Bids Farewell After Tremendous Senior Season

By Marcos Gonzalez / May 18, 2023
Julia Folkl capped off a stellar UChicago softball career with her best season to date. As she graduates from the team, she says she’s excited to see what the future will bring.
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