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Bringing Latin Back to Life in Rome

This past summer, I had the amazing opportunity to spend five weeks in Rome, studying Latin with the Paideia Institute. I spent my time visiting ancient sites, wandering through museums, and speaking (yes, speaking) Latin with my peers. This incredible summer was made possible because the UChicago Classics Department awarded me the Nancy P. Helmbold Travel Award, which supports a Classics student studying or doing research in Greece or Italy.

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My UChicago Bucket List

Now that it’s Spring Quarter of my fourth year, and I’ve finished all my major requirements, I have more time to take classes I’m interested in, explore even more of Chicago, and binge watch another series on Netflix. I’ll be moving out of Chicago for my first full-time job this summer, but there are a couple of things that I want to make sure I do before I graduate:

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Reflections of a Fourth Year: Favorite Spots in Chicago

When I first moved to Chicago four years ago, I had little idea of what to expect. Coming from another major city, I imagined I would immediately and seamlessly adjust to the environment, but Chicago took its time to really grow on me. Now, looking back, I couldn’t imagine spending college anywhere else. Finding my favorite spots in Chicago has been a four-year process and really helped make me feel at home here.

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Passion for Public Service: The Institute of Politics


I am mid-way through my fourth year spring quarter, so naturally I am feeling quite nostalgic. In reflecting fondly on many of my experiences at UChicago, one in particular comes to the fore: my involvement with the Institute of Politics (IOP) at UChicago. The nonpartisan Institute of Politics at the University of Chicago is an extracurricular program designed to ignite in young people a passion for politics and public service.

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UChicago has Sports Teams ?!?

UChicago Athletics consists of 19 men’s and women’s teams that compete at the NCAA Division III level. The fall sports—including soccer, football, volleyball, and cross country—all start practicing in August. This period is known as “preseason,” when student athletes live on campus for a little over one month before classes start. It is a time for athletes to dedicate their life to their sport before the hustle of classes and extracurricular activities begin. My life during preseason just so happens to be soccer. 

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