Chicago Maroon

Newspaper
The Chicago Maroon, the independent student newspaper of the University of Chicago, is a twice-weekly publication that traces its founding to 1892. During autumn, winter, and spring quarters of the academic year, the Maroon publishes every Tuesday and Friday. The paper consists of four sections: news, opinion ("Viewpoints"), arts, and sports. In the late summer, it publishes its annual orientation Issue (O-Issue) for entering first-year students, including sections on the University and the city of Chicago. Source

Outlet Details

Scope Local, Student/Alumni
Language English
Country United States of America
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Frequency Other