Day 68 - May 11, 2013
Kambale Musavuli, human rights activist from the DRC speaks at TEDxUChicago 2013.
UChicago Spring Quarter gives me so much joy…
“Rise up this morning, smiled with the rising sun…”
As we near the final month of the school year, we shouldn’t get nostalgic quite yet. Here’s a checklist of all the great things to look forward to in Spring Quarter:
Summer Breeze: On Saturday, the day will be filled with cotton candy, bouncy castles, face paint and deep fried oreos on the Quad….
Blue hour, by nickgerber
Imagined conversations from bygone times
What do we want?
A robust variety of naturally-occurring flora in bloom for campus beauty and research!
When do we want it?
Group portrait of UChicago’s Botany department, 1917
Because why not. Happy Friday!
idk what im doing
Memoryhouse at Cabaret
The writers of Memoryhouse, UChicago’s student-run literary magazine, performed at the Logan Center’s Cabaret series last weekend. They also debuted their first printed edition!
Studying isn’t so bad when you have libraries like these.
“I was interested in the history of ethics, the nonreligious history as well—the Greeks, modern philosophers. So I started taking courses in philosophy. I think the first 70 days, I read a book a day. It was the University of Chicago.”
- Wine writer and restaurant critic Bill St. John, AM’77, AM’80, PhD’83, talks fear of wine and the scourge of ratings. Read more here.