While UChicago wasn’t included on The Princeton Review’s list of top 20 party schools this year, there are still several traditions that spice up the life of the mind.
Nearly 900 students, faculty, and community members attended the 66th Annual Latke-Hamantash Debate.
Even though you’ll quickly learn that sky can remain gray for several consecutive weeks, here are some of the traditions that warm up the life of the mind.
After your first quarter at the University of Chicago, most of your friends will ask you the age-old question: “Is it really where fun goes to die?” Although the early morning trips in the freezing cold after an all-nighter at the Reg might make you want to transfer to that school in Southern California you declined, here are some of the traditions the U of C has cooked up to make campus life a little hotter.
During Scavenger hunt weekend, caged animals and car crashes sparked discussion about ethics and safety of Scav.
For its 25th anniversary, tonight Scav Hunt participants will attempt to top the world record for largest scavenger hunt.
“I like to eat upside down like a bat,” said Grunsfeld, who has spent almost 60 days in space, this time taking with him a piece of U of C history.
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Customs and conventions at the U of C