Sylvia Ebenbach


Immersion at Home

Before we study abroad, we should study in Chicago.


January 21, 2022


2:05 p.m.

Sex Education Should Be a Core Class

With a new president and a new slate both inbound, now is the time to strengthen our sexual education curriculum.


May 1, 2021


4:57 p.m.

First-Year Island

While upperclassmen typically serve as an informal yet invaluable resource for first-years, this year, freshmen have been robbed of that experience, and we must work to make up the lost ground.


February 27, 2021


3:52 p.m.

Good Grief: Processing Loss in a Pandemic

It can be hard to find time and energy to grieve properly, especially right now, but it is possible–and essential–to do so.


February 15, 2021


8:58 a.m.

The Presidential Election Is Just The Start

Even after all the votes are tallied, UChicago students must engage in our own community to effect change.


November 9, 2020

Student Government Elections Need Overhaul

A better student government starts with a better election process.


May 12, 2020

There Is No Recreating Pre-Pandemic UChicago

The UChicago community we knew before the COVID-19 pandemic is gone, and it is our responsibility to create traditions and culture befitting these novel circumstances.


May 2, 2020

STEM Majors Deserve to Study Abroad Too

UChicago needs to make studying abroad more feasible for its STEM students.


February 25, 2020

Improved Sexual Misconduct Discourse Is a Must

Recent sexual misconduct data is alarming; the administration must increase dialogue with students so it is more effectively prevented.


December 19, 2019

"The Last Cruze" Documents the Working Class

Now on view at the Renaissance Society, LaToya Ruby Frazier's solo exhibition focuses both the camera and the microphone on GM workers of Lordstown, Ohio.


November 14, 2019