Fourth year Cat P. explored three museums in Chicago through the Arts Pass, a program that provides free admission and discounts to UChicago students at over 70 theater, music, visual art, and cultural institutions.
Things to do in Chicago
Deb K. talks about the Taste of Chicago, an annual lakefront food festival in Chicago.
Kate Fuell, a second-year student majoring in Art History, shares how Chicago itself has proven to be an invaluable resource for both art and networking opportunities with UChicago alumni throughout the city.
Third-year student Nora Bradford reflects on adapting to the size of Chicago as a first-year student and trips she took into downtown with fellow members of her House community.
Fourth-year student Shana Mireku puts together a bucket list of UChicago- and Chicago-related experiences she'd like to still undergo while still a student.
Fourth-year student Emily Polner reflects back on some of her favorite destinations in Chicago that she's discovered while a student at UChicago.
Third-year student Shana Mireku shares the value of the U-Pass, which is available to all UChicago students, and how the U-Pass (which is free!) opens up all sorts of destinations throughout Chicago to UChicago students.
Third-year student Shana Mireku introduces the ArtsPass, which is an element of your UChicago ID that gets you free and discounted access to museums and performances all throughout the city of Chicago.
Fourth-year student Walker King writes about one of Chicago's most exciting features in summertime, music festivals, and lists several of the most popular festivals you'll find in the Windy City during the summer.
In the third installment of "Eating My Way Through Hyde Park," third-year student Shana Mireku lists and describes some of her favorite places to eat throughout Hyde Park, the neighborhood where UChicago is located.