Katherine Vega


Persistence on the Paper

A graduating Maroon editor reflects on the importance of perseverance during her time on the paper.


May 24, 2018

"Unite" Ticket Wins Student Government Executive Slate Election

The Unite slate, which featured Sat Gupta for president and Natalie Jusko and Malay Trivedi for vice presidents, won with 47.7 percent of the vote.


May 2, 2018

TrueNorth Cafe Opens in Z&H Space

The 57th Street staple Z&H is being converted to TrueNorth Café, a Chicago-based chain with one other location.


April 10, 2018

'Educate Yourself,' Says Trans Activist Janet Mock

Mock said there is no excuse for people not to to participate in important conversations unless they lack the resources to educate themselves about the relevant topics.


February 22, 2018

U.S. Supreme Court Sides with Oriental Institute in Terrorism Damages Case

Victims of a 1997 terrorist attack hoped to use the artifacts as a means to get compensation from Iran, but the Court sided with the Oriental Institute, which has held the artifacts on loan since the 1930s and has been slowly returning them to Iran.


February 21, 2018

Nikki Haley to Speak On Campus

Haley, now ambassador to the United Nations, previously spoke at the IOP in 2014.


February 7, 2018

Dorothy Butler Gilliam Gives Keynote Address at Annual MLK Celebration

Gilliam was the first African American female reporter at the Washington Post.


January 18, 2018

New Year, New Beer: Med Begins Serving Alcohol

After years as a BYOB, the Med will now serve wines, cocktails, and craft beers.


January 11, 2018

Remembering Stephen J. Albert

Albert believed "in theatre’s ability to change the world," his collaborator said of the Court Theatre executive director.


January 4, 2018

Senator Bernie Sanders Urges Zimmer to Let Unionization Vote Stand

Sanders had previously written a letter of support to graduate students preceding their vote in mid-October.


November 8, 2017