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The University of Chicago’s Independent Student Newspaper since 1892

Chicago Maroon

The University of Chicago’s Independent Student Newspaper since 1892

Chicago Maroon

Special Report: Math, a Human Endeavor (Ft. Mark Bly)

By Owen Dominguez / November 8, 2022

Though, to the everyday person, math may seem quite static, Mark Bly joins us to breathe life into the subject. He calls it a “human endeavor,” a subject with a history that puts most other disciplines...

Special Report: 2022 Pearson Global Forum

By Miki Yang and Jake Zucker / October 19, 2022

Lead podcast editors Jake Zucker and Miki Yang interviewed Professor Blattman, faculty member in The Pearson Institute for the Study and Resolution of Global Conflicts, to discuss his work and the 2022...

Special Report: Senior Sign-Offs!

By Isaac Krakowka and Ram Balasubramaniyan / June 13, 2022

Join Isaac and Ram as they reflect on their time at the College, talk about their experiences with podcasts, and discuss what's next for them! Hosted by: Isaac Krakowka and Ram Balasubramaniyan Edited...

Special Report: COVID-19

By Isaac Krakowka / March 13, 2020

Get all the latest details about the COVID-19 outbreak as it pertains to the University of Chicago community. Stay safe everyone! Hosted by: Isaac Krakowka Edited by: Isaac Krakowka Useful links: UChicago...

Special Report: Coffee Shop Culture

By Austin Christhilf and Isaac Krakowka / January 29, 2020

Caffeine is the life blood of any UChicago student, and as a result our student run cafes are an intimate part of campus culture. Whether its a the chaotic energy of Cobb, coziness of Harper, coolness...

Special Report: Scav 2019

A look on the hallmark tradition of the University of Chicago, Scav, both from the perspectives of team members and a team captain. Hosted by: Ram Balasubramaniyan and Julia Radhakrishnan Featuring:...

Special Report: What happens when fascism wins

By Zoe Bean / May 14, 2019

Professor Miguel Caba and second-year Maya Osman-Krinsky talk to the Maroon about their exhibit on the poetry of the Spanish Civil War. Entitled, What happens when Fascism wins, this exhibit exhibits newly...

Special Report: “What is Socialism”

By Miles Burton and Lee Harris / March 6, 2019

Maroon editors Miles Burton and Lee Harris interviewed Osita Nwanevu (A.B. '15, M.P.P. '16), Staff Writer at the New Yorker, Marianela D'Aprile, Member of the National Political Committee of the Democratic...

Special Report: House Culture

By Julia Radhakrishnan / February 7, 2019

Everyone talks about house culture, but what does that even mean? We try and find out what exactly makes housing at UChicago so unique. Hosted by: Julia Radhakrishnan Featuring: Austin Wright, Cy...

Special Report: Yerkes Observatory

By Miles Burton / December 9, 2018

The University announced this past March that it would be closing the Yerkes Observatory. Since then, the observatory has closed, and the University has made overtures to the local community to find out...

Special Report: #AbolishICE with Sean McElwee

By Miles Burton and Lee Harris / November 30, 2018

Sean McElwee is an extremely-online Twitter personality, writer, and a co-founder of the progressive think tank Data for Progress. He recently visited UChicago for a debate hosted by the UChicago Political...

Special Report: Choice and Consequence

By Katie Akin / October 30, 2018

Choice and Consequence is a board game which takes the player through the real-life struggle of alcoholism. Created by local Richard Thomas, who struggled with alcoholism during his life, Choice and Consequence...

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