Deepti Sailappan

Managing Editor  /  @DeeptiSailappan

CONTRIBUTIONS

GSU Ends Labor Action; Albright at CPOST | Newsletter for June 6

After three days of picketing, Graduate Students United voted last night to end their labor action.

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June 6, 2019

GSU Holds Strike Authorization Vote; Trader Joe’s Announced for 54th | Newsletter for May 16

Graduate Students United has announced a strike authorization vote.

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May 16, 2019

CARE Wins SG Executive Slate; University Denies Faculty Forward Grievance | Newsletter for May 9

CARE slate will lead Student Government 2019-2020; the University denied a grievance filed by Faculty Forward; a Capital One Café is expected to open on 53rd Street.

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May 8, 2019

Labor Groups Lead May Day Protest; SG Passes Pro-GSU Resolution; Trauma Center Turns One | Newsletter for May 2

University of Chicago Labor Council led a May Day March, Student Government passed a pro-GSU resolution, and The Maroon interviewed the first-year “Trust Slate” student government candidates.

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May 2, 2019

SG Slates Talk Priorities; Astrophysicist on Black Holes; Asian Mental Health Conference | Newsletter for April 24

The Maroon spoke to the two executive slates facing off in this year’s Student Government (SG) election.

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April 24, 2019

Student Government Referendum; Julian Castro Comes to IOP; New Fraternity

The student body will vote next month in a referendum that would reduce collaboration between Student Government’s College Council and its Graduate Council.

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April 18, 2019

UCPD Removes Protesters From Law School; Booth to Relocate London Campus | Newsletter for April 11

Pro-Palestinian protesters interrupted a talk at the Law School and were escorted out by UCPD.

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April 11, 2019

Lightfoot to Be First Alumna as Mayor; Hairston in Closest Race of Her Tenure | Newsletter for April 4

Lightfoot sweeped the mayoral runoff with 74 percent of the vote; Long-time incumbent Hairston is neck and neck with first-time challenger Calloway

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April 4, 2019

Donors’ Children Allegedly Favored for Internship Funding; New Committee Explores Possible Semester System | Newsletter for March 18

More: Where Fifth Ward aldermanic candidates stand on the issues; Washington Park national bank will likely soon be knocked down

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March 18, 2019

City Council Approves Police Academy; Law School Affinity Groups Boycott Admitted Students Weekend | Newsletter for March 14

More: Confidential data breach at the Law School; Assistant U.S. Attorney Leslie Wright (J.D. ’11) is a lead prosecutor in “Operation Varsity Blues;” Fourth Ward Alderman Sophia King sits down with The Maroon to discuss her job.

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March 14, 2019