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College Newsletter

The College Newsletter, published twice a year, features articles about the many alumni, parents, and friends who support the College—and how you can too.

Browse our stories below or see the newsletters in their print form.

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

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A Campus Tour

Why Are You Here and Not Somewhere Else?

Submitted by the College Newsletter - Nov 25, 2013

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The Unknown Metcalf

The man who launched two thousand internships.

Submitted by the College Newsletter - Jan 07, 2013

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If you build it, they will come

The four-inch, plastic winner of the Logan art contest

Submitted by the College Newsletter - Oct 25, 2012

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What They Saw

Winners of the 2011 Study Abroad Photo Contest tell the stories behind the images.

Submitted by the College Newsletter - Sep 10, 2012

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Two Days in New York

Last December, 21 students trekked to New York City to explore careers in the arts. Julia Wetherell kept a diary.

Submitted by Julia Wetherell, Class of 2012 - Aug 22, 2012

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Secret History

What do the Senior Class Gift and Scav Hunt have in common? Christopher Straus, LAB’84, AB’88, MD’92, tells all.

Submitted by the College Newsletter - Aug 01, 2012

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Senior Moments

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.

Submitted by the College Newsletter - Jun 20, 2012

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Show of Support: Stephen and Lisa Bonner

With gifts to Odyssey and international study, parents Stephen and Lisa Bonner have knocked down hurdles for future College students.

Submitted by the College Newsletter - May 01, 2012

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A speech of celebration

Odyssey Scholar Clarence Okoh, ’14, shares his thoughts on Martin Luther King  Jr. and the UChicago community.

Submitted by Clarence Okoh, ’14 -

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Show of support: Neil Kawashima, AB'93

A lawyer whose education began with the Great Books offers counsel for current students.

Submitted by Elizabeth Station -

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From New York with gratitude

Dan Beksha, AB’09, and Celina de la Garza, AB’11, wanted to say thank you.

Submitted by Ingrid Gonçalves, AB’08 -

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