Liam Leddy


A Student's Guide to Sneaking into Bartlett

If you're going to obtain food on the sly, do it like a well-seasoned fourth-year.


February 18, 2016

Major disappointment

Students studying econ expect practical knowledge for careers in finance, but get something different


October 29, 2015

Weekend at Harold’s

The half-dark tale of what happens when a (diabetic) dumbass tries (and fails) to eat nothing but Harold’s chicken for two and a half days.


October 5, 2015

The blame game

By attributing personal problems to an instituition, it is possible to ignore more personal causes of depression.


May 28, 2015

Campus crush saga

Viewpoints columnist Liam Leddy sits down with the editors of UChicago Crushes, the university’s most loved Facebook page.


February 12, 2015

The Seer’s Tower

The Study Chicago Quarter shouldn’t be the only way for the University to encourage students to explore Chicago.


February 5, 2015

What’s in a name?

It’s easy to rally around a love of free speech when we’re ignoring the fact that there is no agreement on what “free speech” means


January 16, 2015

(Over)hearing the other side

Open inquiry means opening our minds to those who disagree with us.


November 18, 2014

Laundry and the University

Laundry cash-to-card machines are part of a trend of the University showing disappointingly little support for its students.


October 21, 2014

Five for the freshmen

Some help navigating the minutia of being new at the University of Chicago.


October 3, 2014