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Discovering China in crowded markets
Second-year Miranda Cherkas shares her experience as a Fellows Ambassador for the Institute of Politics.
Reflections on Designer Boot Camp
Language comes to life in Vienna
Living in Rome, exploring all of Europe
Third-year Micaela Harms shares her first impressions of a quarter abroad in Mexico.
Finding a second home in Jordan
Student group gains valuable medical training and serves as first responders
The man who launched two thousand internships.
Just 24 hours after they began, it was show time.
One new game has UChicago students under its spell.
The four-inch, plastic winner of the Logan art contest
By College Newsletter
Want the inside scoop on O-Week 2012? We've asked several Orientation staff members to live tweet this busy week from @UChicagoCollege.
Winners of the 2011 Study Abroad Photo Contest tell the stories behind the images.
Last December, 21 students trekked to New York City to explore careers in the arts. Julia Wetherell kept a diary.
By Julia Wetherell, Class of 2012
What do the Senior Class Gift and Scav Hunt have in common? Christopher Straus, LAB’84, AB’88, MD’92, tells all.
First year Kelsey Reid's first person account of one of UChicago's oldest traditions.
Thompson House students are learning how to run a business and helping U of C parents send a birthday celebration from anywhere in the world.
The C-Bench: From Myth to Modern Day
Eric Fish, AB’03, and Lakshmi Shenoy, AB’05, remember the fun and not-so-fun—make that character-building—moments of serving on the Senior Class Gift committee.
Student convocation speeches from the class of 2012.