It snowed today in Chicago! It was a beautiful sight.
Photo courtesy of Maggie E.
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It’s Giving Tuesday! Students in the College share why they’re thankful for their UChicago experience.
UChicago Motet Choir
A 40-member premiere choral ensemble on campus, the Motet Choir, is going on tour this winter break! Check out their website and Facebook page for more information, and here are their (free!) tour dates and locations:
Saturday, December 14 | 8 PM
Calvary Episcopal Church
315 Shady Ave | Pittsburgh, PA
Joined by the Fox Chapel Area High School Madrigal Singers
Sunday, December 15 | 6:30 PM
National Cathedral School
3612 Woodley Rd NW | Washington, DC
In collaboration with the men of the St Alban’s School Madrigal Singers (D.C.) and the Barker College Choir & Orchestra (Sydney, Australia)
Tuesday, December 17 | 7 PM
The Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill
8855 Germantown Avenue | Philadelphia, PA
Wednesday, December 18 | 7 PM
Boston / Cambridge, MA
Friends Meeting at Cambridge
5 Longfellow Park | Cambridge, MA
Thursday, December 19 | 6 PM
New Haven, CT
St Mary’s Priory Churc
5 Hillhouse Ave | New Haven, CT
Friday, December 20 | 8 PM
New York, NY
Church of St Mary the Virgin, Times Square
145 W 46th St, between 6th & 7th Avenues | New York, NY
Saturday, December 21 | 8 PM
New York, NY
James Memorial Chapel
Union Theological Seminary
3041 Broadway at 121st St | New York, NY
Mitch Tips: Recommendations
See what Mitch has to say about the recommendations portion of the UChicago application!
Books We Love: The Picture of Dorian Gray
Read in classes such as Media Aesthetics (Humanities option), this classic makes students think about the themes of image, beauty, youth, and corruption. Always a good read!
Congratulations to College fourth-year Samuel Greene, who has won a Rhodes Scholarship for study at the University of Oxford! Sam, who has done research on the feasibility of converting organic material to biofuel, will continue to study renewable energy technologies and issues related to climate change. Read more here.
Place the digits 1 through 9 in the white blanks so that the mathematical equations work both across and down. Each digit 1 through 9 should appear only once in the main grid (the red square).
Courtesy of Mental Floss.