Academic Abodes: Allen Sanderson
A visit to Allen Sanderson's home is a window into adventures both near and far
Submitted by Gordon Lew, Class of 2015 | Visual Media Editor - Apr 15, 2014
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The College by the Cup: Cobb Café
While it's known for its quirky vibe, Cobb Café attracts patrons of all stripes.
Submitted by Marina Fang, Class of 2015 | College New Media Editor - Apr 10, 2014
The College by the Cup: Ex Libris
Boasting great snacks and a friendly staff, the newly-renovated Ex Libris Café is the social hub of the Regenstein Library.
Submitted by Sadie Bergen, Class of 2015 - Mar 14, 2014
Like Father, Like Daughter
John Hill (AB'63) shares UChicago memories with his daughter, third-year Jenny.
Submitted by Lindsey Simon, Class of 2015 | Parents Media Editor - Mar 05, 2014
What Speaks to You: Spotlight on Hittite
UChicago's Hittite program gives students an unparalleled glimpse into the history of language.
Submitted by Lindsey Simon, Class of 2015 | Parents Media Editor - Jan 31, 2014
Geographical Studies: More Than Maps
Tight-knit program challenges students to approach problems from a place-centered perspective
Submitted by Katie Leu, Class of 2014 - Jan 23, 2014
A time for reflection
A Big Problems course helps students returning from study-abroad programs see the familiar in a new way.
Submitted by Carrie Golus, AB'91, AM'93 - Dec 30, 2013
What they brought back from abroad: Part Seven
Bringing history to life
Submitted by Janey Lee, Class of 2015 - Dec 17, 2013
What can you do with a Jeff Metcalf internship? Find out in these 14 diverse snapshots of interns' experiences last summer.
Submitted by Austin Ward, Class of 2015 | Senior Media Editor - Dec 05, 2013
Metcalf Memoirs: Bryn Pernot
Maintaining a balance between research and practice at the Museum of Science and Industry.
Metcalf Memoirs: Cindy Wang
'Learning at a fast pace all the time' at Accenture.
Metcalf Memoirs: Dake Kang
'The more you ask, the more you explore, the more you get out of it.'
Metcalf Memoirs: Emily Wang
Taking initiative and speaking up at n+1.
Metcalf Memoirs: Erika Rist
Translating keen thought into a reduction of bias and harm.
Metcalf Memoirs: John Lim
Going with the flow and directing where it should go at the NYC Department of Education.
Metcalf Memoirs: Katherine Quintero
Seeing how social issues play out within a global context.
Metcalf Memoirs: Madalyn Frigo
Combining marketing and journalism experience at Sun-Times Media.
Metcalf Memoirs: Nick Pielech
Getting up close and personal with day-to-day operations of state government.
Metcalf Memoirs: Vlad Krokhmal
Pushing the limits of productivity at J.P. Morgan Investment Management.
Metcalf Memoirs: Jeffrey Nelson
Tech startup experience capitalizes on Computer Science foundation.