Michael McClure



60 New COVID-19 Cases Reported as University Extends Stay-at-Home Order

Despite the extension of the stay-at-home order, medical experts from the University and the Chicago Department of Public Health noted that there were “hopeful signs,” including the decline in positive cases and close contacts relative to last week.


April 18, 2021


2:18 a.m.

Campus Through a Camera Lens: UChicago YouTubers Talk About Vlogging, College Life, and Mental Health

The Maroon caught up with four UChicago YouTubers who shared their experiences of vlogging their college lives.


March 26, 2021


3:06 p.m.

Anthony Fauci Discusses Unique Challenges of COVID-19 at Harris Dean’s Award Ceremony

Fauci, the 2020 Harris Dean’s Award recipient, has been at the forefront of the pandemic response in the United States.


March 9, 2021


7:11 p.m.

Karen Lewis, Former CTU President, Education Advocate, and Hyde Park Native, Dies at 67

Lewis was known as a staunch defender of public education during her tenure as president of the Chicago Teachers’ Union.


February 14, 2021


9:56 p.m.

Redza Brings International Competition Experiences to UChicago Swim & Dive

Fourth-year swim captain Nadia Redza, a member of the Malaysian national team, has set a standard for athletic leadership with her team-oriented approach.


January 26, 2021


10:10 p.m.

New SG Committee Members Outline Visions for Healthier, Greener Campus Culture

Committee members mentioned expanding disability accommodations and increasing data transparency for sustainability initiatives as some of their goals.


January 11, 2021

Housing & Residence Life to Reject Winter Housing Applications for Failure to Comply With ID-Tapping Policy

Residents who fail to tap their student IDs each day between 9 a.m. and noon will be denied further access to on-campus housing this winter.


December 2, 2020

Social Determinants of Health Are Key to Understanding the Pandemic, UChicago Health Geographer Says

Marynia Kolak and other UChicago researchers compiled small-area data to create the U.S. COVID Atlas.


November 29, 2020

University Libraries Adapt Protocols and In-Person Services for Autumn Quarter

New protocols have taken shape in library buildings as in-person offerings resume.


November 18, 2020

First Years Reflect on a UChicago Experience Shaped by COVID-19

Though they may have not expected their first quarter in college being a remote one, UChicago first-years are adapting to the challenges posed by online coursework and finding community on campus.


November 2, 2020