Emily R. Ehret

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College Media Editor

Class of 2019

A third-year Creative Writing and Gender and Sexuality Studies major, Emily is a fiction writer as well as an Arts Editor and local theater reviewer for the Chicago Maroon. As president of Chamberlin House, Emily is an active member of Burton-Judson Residence Hall, often making an unathletic but enthusiastic appearance at intramural sports events. When not studying or writing, Emily enjoys knitting, salsa dancing, and thrift shopping.

The front facade of the Reg on a dark, autumn day. One person walks up the path.

An inside look into the secrets of the UChicago Library System

Collage of three students: at left, Michelle Cho in blue hospital scrubs, a hair net, and face mask; at center, Zoe Bean posing in front of the Inquirer sign; at right, William Ramos in front of equipment in his lab.

Undergrads explore potential career paths as part of the Jeff Metcalf Summer Internship Program.

Class of 2018 Completes Senior Theses

Marianna Zhang, Julia Siegel, and Elizabeth Dia pose under the arches of the Stuart Reading Room.

Fourth-years explore diverse topics, showcasing the vast array of intellectual interests of the student body.

Smiling dancers perform in bright teal and green traditional garb during the 2018 SASA show.

On March 31st, 2018, SASA performed their annual spring cultural show featuring 200 participants, nine romantic skits, and ten incredible performances.

Lindsay Berkhout stands in an orange coat next to the geographic South Pole, which is marked by a sign and a silver pole.

Third-year Lindsay Berkhout took winter quarter off to work on the CosRay neutron monitors at the South Pole.

Swing Dance Your Cares Away

Two dancers smile and practice their steps while others partner off in the background.

Chicago Swing Dance Society, founded in 1997, is now a flourishing club with weekly dances free to students.

Seizing the Sunrise: Kuvia 2018

Students perform sun salutations at the Promontory Point at sunrise.

Students celebrate the annual winter tradition of Kuvia.

Making a House a Home

Three student Resident Assistants pose on campus. From left to right: Morganne Ramsey, Ben Donvan, and Ashley Estes

Resident Assistants as Leaders in College Housing

Student-painted banners hang on the fence near the Homecoming Game as students and alumni walk past observing the diverse works of art.

Every year, residential houses and student groups paint banners to decorate the Homecoming festivities and win prizes.

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