The Fight for Jackson Park
The future of the Obama Presidential Center (OPC) and Jackson Park, the planned site of the Center, remains uncertain after a summer of legal action and community activism both for and against proposed construction plans.
Election 2020: Who Did UChicago Students Campaign For?
Elizabeth Warren’s campaign was most popular. Kamala Harris and Pete Buttigieg were also favorites.
Who's Who in Local Government
Here’s a breakdown of who you need to know in the executive and legislative branches of the city government.
Who's Who: Professors Iconic, Beloved, and Infamous
Compared to some faculty members, students can seem like the least zany members of the University.
Student Government at UChicago: A Primer
Student Government at UChicago manages an annual budget of more than $2 million.
A History of Resistance: Politics and Activism on Campus
The quad appeared somewhat unrecognizable during finals week last quarter. Juxtaposed to the green idyll of a manicured, springtime UChicago were picket lines encircling each ivy-clad building.
How To Save Money as a UChicago Student
College living is expensive. Here are a few budget-trimming tips.
When You Need A Hand: Health And Wellbeing At The University
If you experience difficulties at UChicago, there are several resources you can turn to for help.
Marching to the Beat of Your Own Drum: Music at UChicago
From the classical to the contemporary and the well-established to the student-run, opportunities to play and appreciate music abound at UChicago.
Dunking the Brush: Visual Arts on Campus
Whether you’re looking to make art or appreciate it, the UChicago campus is brimming with opportunities for you to make happy little accidents.
Where to Get Your Groove on at UChicago
From ballet to hip-hop, swing dance to K-pop, the College community is bursting with opportunities for the kinetically inclined to stretch their feet.
Theater on Campus
Feeling a little dramatic this o-week? Put your emotions to good use by getting involved in campus' theater scene.