Deepti Sailappan


Game-Designing Professor Will Take Leave Next Year

Among projects Jagoda will pursue next year is an expansion of The Test, a mobile game that seeks to promote HIV testing among 14- to 19-year-old men from the South and West Sides of Chicago.


Feb. 17, 2017

Cook County Sheriff Speaks on Criminal Justice Reform at University Gleacher Center

Dart said that he sees his job as advocating for people trapped within the criminal justice system.


Feb. 15, 2017

Student President Arrested at Protest Against Betsy DeVos for Education Secretary

Four other U of C students were arrested.


Feb. 1, 2017

Fifth Annual Sex Week Underway

Events across campus aim to normalize sex, view it through an academic lens.


Jan. 31, 2017

Students to Protest in Washington, Chicago in Post-Inaugural Women's Marches

Over 205,000 people have said on Facebook that they will march on Washington, and the Tribune estimates 22,000 will attend the March on Chicago.


Jan. 20, 2017

CIA Director Touts Russia Sanctions at the IOP

He said a former CIA Director was calling for "a bit of a nuclear option."


Jan. 6, 2017

University Professor and Co-Defendants Respond to Defamation Charge From Medical Device Maker

His warning about the devices was sent on University letterhead.


Dec. 14, 2016

Journalist Declares Buchanan to be the "Worst. President. Ever."

From his bumbling, oblivious personality to literally starting the Civil War, James Buchanan's time in office lives on in infamy.


Nov. 18, 2016

Young Mayors Discuss What Motivates Their Public Service

The event featured South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum, and La Porte Mayor Blair Milo.


Oct. 21, 2016

Flint Water Crisis Will Be Repeated, Academic Says

“We did science as a public good. . . . We had to declare war on our own government and unethical industry to get people in Flint, Michigan, protected.”


Oct. 18, 2016