Pranathi Posa

News Editor


Hours After Announcing Retirement, Police Superintendent Discusses CPD's Struggles

Johnson said that the stress of the job significantly impacted his well-being.


November 12, 2019

Ald. Jeanette Taylor Announces Endorsement of Sen. Bernie Sanders for President

The 20th Ward alderman was joined by other members of the Chicago City Council in announcing her endorsement of the Senator on Twitter.


October 28, 2019

UChicago Law and Booth Announce Joint JD/MBA Program

The accelerated program will take three years to complete.


October 7, 2019

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Talks Notoriety, the Fight for Change and the Future

A Supreme Court Justice since 1993, the “Notorious R.B.G” was witty in conversation with Harris Public Policy Dean Katherine Baicker.


September 11, 2019

Illinois Senate Passes Sweeping Abortion Rights Bill

The bill passed late Friday night with a 34–20 margin, establishing the ability to get an abortion in Illinois as a “fundamental right."


June 1, 2019

Illinois Poised to Legalize Recreational Marijuana

The bill passed in the Illinois House with a 66-47 margin, after having passed in the Senate on Wednesday.


June 1, 2019

UCLA Law Professor Gives Talk on Green New Deal and Clean Air Act

Professor Ann Carlson spoke at the Law School on Wednesday in an event organized by the UChicago Program on the Global Environment.


May 28, 2019

What Does the Legalization of Marijuana in Illinois Mean?

The Maroon looks at how marijuana legalization will affect the University and the state.


May 20, 2019

What Does an Elected School Board Mean for Chicago?

Hyde Park politicians have thrown their support behind a new bill proposing an elected school board.


April 29, 2019

How Hyde Park Voted

We broke down how the neighborhood voted in Chicago's historic runoff election.


April 14, 2019