Manya Bharadwaj


For Better or Worse, You Are UChicago

The instinct to distance oneself from the slurry of stereotypes that circulate campus is powerful—however, doing so only makes life harder.


September 8, 2021


9:04 a.m.

DG Does Good By Me

Despite the noise about Greek life on campus, DG subverts alleged trends by providing community and being committed to breaking down institutional barriers.


February 26, 2021


3:01 p.m.

Despite the Pandemic, the UChicago Community Has Found a Way to Connect Safely

Returning to campus in the middle of a pandemic was not an easy decision to make, but so far, the UChicago Community has exceeded expectations.


November 6, 2020

We Need a New Mutual-Aid Group

After a series of controversies, it’s clear that the UChicago community needs a private network of support, not an anarcho-communist political organization.


August 5, 2020

"Never Have I Ever" Gets Representation Right

Netflix and Mindy Kaling’s new sitcom "Never Have I Ever" brings some much needed representation of the Indian-American experience into the world of American television.


May 11, 2020

Making the Best of It

Don’t neglect small ways of improving quality of life at home.


April 21, 2020

We Need Transparent Communication About COVID-19

As the University deals with COVID-19, administrators should provide all members of the community with updates about diagnoses—not just those students that they deem most affected.


March 24, 2020

Shorter Quarters and No Time for Reading

Proposed changes to the academic calendar may hinder, rather than help, student mental health.


March 3, 2020

Picking and Choosing

Prioritization is the unexpected consequence of UChicago’s rigor.


January 29, 2020

Color-Blind No More

Moving to the U.S. and attending UChicago makes many people of color more aware of their race.


December 7, 2019