Sylvia Ebenbach


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

tufting gun

See "The Tent," on display in the Logan Center exhibition space as part of "Tufting Gun Tapestries," through October 27th.


Oct. 23, 2019

Tents, Tufting, and Tradition at the Logan Center

At the Logan Center Gallery, "Tufting Gun Tapestries" presents and delineates the intricate and often painstaking labor of art and fashion.


October 23, 2019

Starting College After a Gap Year

Though many worry about starting college a year later than expected, adjusting to college after a gap year isn’t as difficult as it’s assumed to be.


September 22, 2019

The Core Conundrum

Both students and the University must work to make the Core Curriculum a better experience.


May 22, 2019

Audience Falls Flat into a Passion Pit at the Riviera

Passion Pit flatters to deceive in a performance that went heavy on spectacle but fell short in subtlety.


May 20, 2019