In response to “Invest in your peers” (March 1) and “Letter: Senior Class Gift a gift for students” (March 5).
In response to “The greatest gift of all.”
Senior Class Gift boycott only risks hurting the programs and opportunities that make UChicago great.
Senior Class Gift boycott would benefit UChicago.
Senior Class Gift (SCG) campaigns exist in universities across the country as a mechanism for the senior class to leave its indelible mark on campus. It was in this pursuit that the University of Chicago began its SCG campaign over…
Students kicked off the next step in their campaign for socially responsible investing on the University’s part.
Matt Barnum and SCG co-chair Jessie Reuteler debate the merits of donating to senior class gift
The Senior Class Gift Committee won’t accept not wanting to give.
Your gift, and other alumni gifts, will benefit not the endowment but the College Fund, which directly supports needs like faculty, financial aid, internships, and study abroad programs—urgent priorities that have not been specified in the College’s general budget.
Healthy skepticism necessary when considering Senior Class Gift.
The Senior Gift is in many ways symbolic, but it has more of an effect than you may realize: Reaching certain levels of participation translates into challenge gifts of substantially more money.