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CONTRIBUTIONS

Uncommon Interview with Rev. Elizabeth Davenport

The Maroon sat down with Davenport to talk about the fine line between acceptance and homogeneity and the audacity of the cloth.

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February 24, 2009

Subsidized housing complex south of campus changes hands

After years of struggling to preserve their federally subsidized housing, tenants of Grove Parc Plaza Apartments are hoping to keep their residency secure.

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February 6, 2009

One year later, former workers reflect on Co-op’s close

University: Co-op and its mission decreasingly relevant to Hyde Park

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February 3, 2009

Grocer says construction will push it out

Liberty Foods Corp., owner of local grocer Village Foods, sued its landlord Antheus Capital LLC on December 23 to halt a redevelopment plan that would cut the number of parking spots in the grocer's shopping center, which they allege will drive them…

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January 16, 2009

HIV–infected patient sues hospital after transplant

A University of Chicago Medical Center patient filed suit against the hospital and one of its surgeons Monday, charging medical negligence after receiving a kidney transplant in January 2007 that she later found infected her with HIV and Hepatitis C.

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November 21, 2008

U of C students join thousands downtown to protest California gay-marriage ban

Around 5,000 demonstrators, including over 25 U of C students, braved near freezing temperatures at Federal Plaza downtown Saturday to protest the passing of Proposition 8.

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November 18, 2008

Quad Club workers fear layoffs in management transition

Associate Vice President for Strategic Iniatives David Greene said that employees are now considered new hires, not of the University, but of Compass Group Flick International.

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November 11, 2008

Visiting politics professor explores how experience of shame is linked to race

Melissa Harris-Lacewell, associate professor of politics and African-American studies at Princeton University, presented a chapter of her book-in-progress, “Sister Citizen: Black Women’s Politics in the Crooked Room,” Thursday afternoon at the Cente…

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October 31, 2008

Visiting politics professor explores how experience of shame can be linked to race

Melissa Harris-Lacewell, associate professor of politics and African-American studies at Princeton University, presented a chapter of her book-in-progress, “Sister Citizen: Black Women’s Politics in the Crooked Room,” Thursday afternoon at the Cente…

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October 31, 2008

Students wary of Hyde Park bedbug infestations

Last week, MAC Property Management made a payment of $736 to Smithereen Pest Management for extermination and prevention of bedbugs in a Hyde Park apartment complex that houses at least 30 University students. At least one other apartment complex in…

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October 24, 2008