Graduated fourth year Christina P. shares 12 non-regrets during her four years at UChicago ranging from organizing a Capture the Flag game on the quad to winning house lottery tickets to see Hamilton!
Emily reflects on being part of Ada Palmer's 'Italian Renaissance: Dante, Machiavelli, and the Wars of Popes and Kings' class
As graduation approaches, Liam reflects on the many special parts of UChicago that he'll miss.
Ask any UChicago student what their favorite study spots on campus are, and you'll get dozens of different answers. There are so many good places to work on campus, from our multitude of libraries to student-run coffee shops to the little nook and crannies on and around campus. And while we have so many different options, I personally find myself sticking to a few places I truly love.
An interview with Professor Verónica Moraga about the Cafecito, a Spanish-language conversation space for the community hosted at UChicago.
One of the most important things I've learnt in my time at UChicago is how to take care of my mental health. It's always good to be mindful of your mental wellbeing and how you're feeling, but it's doubly crucial in college, especially when school, RSOs, and social commitments begin to pile up.
Alice, a third year student at the College, shares her top 3 class discussions, from silly to serious topics, and explains why they're such a crucial part of UChicago.
Fourth Year, Christina Pirrotta, shares her top ten tips for incoming UChicago students.
Fourth year, Christina P., explains how Student Disability Services and the UChicago shuttle system helped her get back on her feet following a soccer injury.
Third Year Jessica G shares one of her favorite House traditions - Awkward Date Night.