Maggie Loughran


Uncommon Interview: Rebecca Jarvis '03, ABC Correspondent and Apprentice Contestant

"I’m not saying I called the financial crisis, but I called the financial crisis. No, I’m totally kidding."


October 18, 2016

Uncommon Interview: 1945 Maroon Editor-in-Chief Abe Krash

Under his leadership, the federal government almost shut down the paper for unknowingly divulging classified information about the Manhattan Project.


October 4, 2016

While You Were Writing Your Uncommon Essay...

A review of 2015-16 for first-years (and everyone else).


September 15, 2016

University Defends against Denial of Service Attack on Virtual Private Network

The denial of service attack slowed service and prevented access for some off-campus users.


January 8, 2016

Sanders breaks from campaign trail, returns to UChicago

Democratic Presidential candidate and UChicago alumnus held a rally at Rockefeller Chapel on the first day of classes.


October 2, 2015

Obama Foundation officially announces South Side library

“All the strands of my life came together and I really became a man when I moved to Chicago.”


May 15, 2015

Bartlett stained glass still in storage after 15 years

“There is a lot of artwork to it and it is the only one out there.... Ivanhoe is truly unique.”


May 15, 2015

CERN physicist gives talk on metaphysical mystery novella

The ensuing plot is what Publisher’s Weekly calls an “absurdist, episodic quest” that involves plagiarized manifestos, narcotized cultists, the search for pornographic prints, and a fountain whose runoff forms an underground lake.


April 17, 2015

According to admin survey, UChicago students are satisfied

The Enrolled Student Survey was emailed to students last month by Dean Boyer, who had until March 27th to complete it.


April 3, 2015

Sensors to track “The Array of Things” coming to campus

Sensors on campus are the first phase before installation of 500 throughout the city.


March 9, 2015