Deepti Sailappan

Managing Editor  /  @DeeptiSailappan


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

Graduate Students United has announced a strike authorization vote.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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


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


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.


March 14, 2019

City Council Approves $85 Million Police Academy Contract

Both mayoral candidates in the April runoff election, Toni Preckwinkle and Lori Lightfoot, have said that the city should not move forward with the approval process.


March 13, 2019