Deepti Sailappan


Repealing the Ban: Activists, Legislators Wrestle Over Rent Control

On March 20, Chicago voters voted overwhelmingly to lift the statewide ban on rent control.


April 12, 2018

Humanities Town Hall Hears Diversity Concerns

Several students said female writers and writers of color are often relegated to secondary status on syllabi.


February 1, 2018

Outrage Expressed, Protests Planned Against Bannon Visit at Public Forum

Another protest is planned for outside Booth this coming Friday afternoon.


January 29, 2018

Student Government Announces Mental Health Day

Also: details for a forum with President Zimmer and Dean Boyer on free speech.


January 8, 2018

National Science Foundation Awards University Grant for Bioscience Research

Money will support study of protein evolution and launch educational initiatives in Chicago.


January 8, 2018

University to Maintain Sexual Assault Disciplinary Procedures

Deputy Title IX coordinator discussed the Department of Education’s new guidelines for university sexual assault cases.


November 13, 2017

Polls Open: What You Need to Know About Graduate Student Unionization

Unionization supporters say that graduate students would be able to negotiate better pay and working conditions in a union, while the arguments against GSU generally focus on the burden of union dues.


October 17, 2017

University Motion Opposes Call for Recusal of NLRB Member from Unionization Case

The motion requests permission to intervene in the UChicago case so that GWC can ask NLRB member Marvin E. Kaplan to recuse himself from the UChicago case.


October 16, 2017

Chicago To-Do List

15 things you have to do during your time in Chicago.


September 15, 2017

University Files Petition in Response to Library Unionization

The petition challenges the push by student library employees, who voted to unionize at the end of spring quarter.


August 7, 2017