Matthew Lee

Co-Editor-in-Chief  /   2022 Class   /  @UCMatthewL

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Covid-19 Positivity Rate Hits 0; Cecile Richards Speaks to Undergrads | Newsletter for May 26

The May 26th, 2021 edition of The Maroon Newsletter.

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May 26, 2021

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7 a.m.

Chicago Public Health Commissioner Expresses Optimism, Urges Vaccinations in Student Press Conference

Allison Arwady also stressed that the Chicago Department of Public Health will continue to offer guidance to universities as some plan to reopen in the fall.

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May 19, 2021

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1:48 p.m.

Vaccinations Required Next Fall; Guests Allowed at Diploma Ceremony | Newsletter for May 18

In the May 18th edition of the newsletter, vaccinations will be mandatory for all students next fall quarter.

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May 19, 2021

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7 a.m.

University To Allow up to Two Guests Per Graduate at Diploma Ceremonies

According to an email sent out to graduating fourth-years, the University will allow each student to bring up to two guests to diploma ceremonies under the condition that they follow school, City of Chicago, and CDC guidelines. Guests are strongly r…

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May 18, 2021

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7 p.m.

RSO Hosts Virtual Earth Week; Fully Vaccinated Housing Residents Can Opt Out of COVID Testing | Newsletter for May 5

In the May 5th, 2021 newsletter, news that fully vaccinated campus residents can now opt out of surveillance COVID testing.

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May 4, 2021

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7:58 p.m.

Essential at UChicago

Many UChicago workers said that the challenges of the pandemic are exacerbated by the University's often-unsupportive administration.

FEATURE

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April 29, 2021

Essential Workers at UChicago; New SG Slate Elected | Newsletter for April 28

In the April 28th, 2021 newsletter, The Maroon's special on essential workers and a new executive slate is elected.

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April 28, 2021

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6:01 a.m.

An Interview with President Alivisatos; Low COVID Positivity Rate Leads to Early End of Stay-at-Home Order | Newsletter for April 21st

In today's newsletter, administrators decide to lift the College's stay-at-home order two days early, citing low positivity rates for COVID-19.

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April 20, 2021

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11:46 p.m.

Stay-at-Home Order Follows COVID Spike; Remembering a Renowned Anthropologist | Newsletter for April 14th

In the April 14th, 2021 newsletter, the University shuts down after a spike on COVID cases.

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April 14, 2021

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2:35 a.m.

RubensteinMidway

Looking across the Midway towards Woodlawn Residential Commons and the Rubenstein Forum.

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April 8, 2021