A former Viewpoints Editor reflects on her time at the U of C, time in the paper, and time (or lack thereof) in Ratner.
Those new to Scav Hunt should enjoy it without stressing over competition
Potential residential staff layoffs split student opinion, causing tension throughout dorm life
According to statistics released Wednesday, the University of Chicago experienced its lowest acceptance rate yet after receiving a record-high number of applications, continuing a trend over the past two decades.
Whether or not it’s a joke,
Turquoise Jeep Records is good
Drinking heavily isn’t the only way of dealing with disappointing election results
The “That Kid” has
a place in campus
Breast cancer awareness campaign on Facebook trivializes disease
Have fun putting off until tomorrow what you could have done today
The Second City has its own first-rate shows
It just keeps going on. Forever.
How to spend your 106 days of summer
Procrastinating intelligently is
a valuable life-long skill
Wearing sunscreen essential
to avoiding tanlines, sunburns,
The average prospie’s experience does not reflect life at the U of C
Defeating writers’ block ultimately comes down to, well, writing
Chat Roulette’s mix of theatrics and voyeurism ultimately disappoints
Lady Gaga’s stage persona is both ridiculous and redemptive
Clubbing a rare chance to get out of your shell, escape Hyde Park
The reinvented Ball could better live up to its name.
For Shoreland expats, the SCRH doesn’t quite feel like home.
The University has a tendency to make students weirder.
The U of C dining halls cannot be trusted
to serve up nutrition.
Art is in the eye of the beholder—especially when it’s the art of Nerf guns.
A visit to the gym reveals more than the typical student would expect.