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Class of 2011 | French Literature
Battle of the Bands champion's burgeoning musical career
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Class of 2011 | Philosophy
The student speaker at TEDx UChicago interprets the code of sound.
Marcella sent us a summer postcard from a camp in Italy
Krista Kaput sent us a postcard from an archaeological dig in Italy
Blair Thornburgh sends us a postcard from a literary agency in New York City
Class of 2012 | Cultural Anthropology
Laurel Buchi-Fotre was humbled during an 8-month service trip in Africa
Emily Wang, Class of 2014, was asked to see as much art as she could in a single day with her Arts Pass. This is her story.
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The largest RSO at UChicago wants the South Side to dance.
Class of 1995 | AB in Economics
Investment banker Ken Monahan discusses Rockefeller, the Core, and why he loves UChicago.
After lifetime of discovery, retired doctor Albert Liebman finishes degree that began in 1939.
Three graduating students address the College
For Professor Valentina Pichugin and other winners of Quantrell teaching awards, the classroom spurs new questions.
What do UChicago students think of the Mansueto Library?
By Julia Greenberg, New Media Editor, Class of 2011
Students at the College embrace the arts
Scav's Head Judge Grace Chapin on a UChicago tradition.
Beloved campus tradition of Scavenger Hunt marks 25th anniversary—and shoots for a world record.
Oliver McDonald, UChicago third-year, takes us behind the scenes of the carillon at Rockefeller Memorial Chapel
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Class of 2012 | Economics
This third-year entrepreneur is fueled by community service and business.