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Class of 2014 | Economics
A girl and her violin: a look at musician Zidi Chen, one of the winners of the University of Chicago Concerto Competition.
Class of 2013 | Philosophy
Follow this student projectionist for a behind the scenes glimpse at Doc Films.
The University's literary magazine gives students a venue for artistic expression
UChicago's long weekend of organized chaos is in full swing. Follow the action on our Scav2012 Tumblr page!
Maroon women's basketball team makes history
Class of 2008 | Psychology
Kristin Casper, Queen of Schnitzel.
With gifts to Odyssey and international study, parents Stephen and Lisa Bonner have knocked down hurdles for future College students.
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After years of anticipation, student performers, musicians and artists have begun exploring the Logan Arts Center and figuring out how they will make the new space their own.
Student flash mob group burns up unconventional dance floors
Evan Sharp (A.B. '05), a former history major in the College, shares the story of his wildly popular web venture, Pinterest.
Class of 2014 | Theater and Performance Studies
For the second-year director and playwright, all the world's a stage.
Reflections from the Crew team on their September trip to Paris and their autumn season
A closer look at the Uncommon Fund and the unique ideas it helps realize.
Class of 2008 | A.B. Public Policy
Christian Mitchell runs for 26th district State Representative.
Get a glimpse of both behind the scenes and on the runway of MODA's winter show.
Music and dance take over Ida Noyes hall during a weekend of Folk.
Deemed Uchi-Con, the event features guest lectures about various aspects of anime, gaming, screenings, workshops, and much more.
One student on his summer spent researching at the University of Oxford's Department of Clinical Neurology
Class of 2013 | A.B. Political Science
An aspiring politician in the early days of his campaign.
Students share how old traditions made campus feel like a new home this Thanksgiving.
Students, family and colleagues gathered to share stories about Herman L. Sinaiko, a legendary humanities professor in the College.