Sarah Manhardt

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College Managing Editor

Class of 2017

A History and Geography major from Washington DC, Sarah is into urbanism, education, and writing. She's interested in why things are where they are, looking at the structure and evolution of cities. Sarah's current obsession is researching the redevelopment of Washington following the 1968 riots for her senior thesis. As a fourth year, she’s split her time at the University between tutoring local students, writing and editing for The Chicago Maroon, and exploring Chicago on the CTA.

Class of 2017 Submits Senior Theses

UChicago class of 2017 submits senior theses

"Extremely rewarding:" Three fourth years reflect on their senior theses.

The Professor's Bookshelf

The ultimate reading list.

The ultimate reading list: Professors share their most influential books.

Sam Kass at Earth Fest 2017.

The Frizzell Family Speaker and Learning Series hosted food entrepreneur Sam Kass (AB’04) as part of Earth Day celebrations.

Lettering in Law

Phi Alpha Delta at the University of Chicago

A new pre-law fraternity brings together students to pursue their interest in legal careers.

A Local Education

Neighborhood Schools Program

The Neighborhood Schools Program celebrates serving schools for 40 years.

Exploring the Urban: Professor Emily Talen

Professor Emily Talen

UChicago first “Professor of Urbanism” brings an urban design perspective to the College.

Read all about it: The Chicago Maroon

The Chicago Maroon

A former deputy editor-in-chief reflects on the history and future of the newspaper that’s existed since 1892.

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