Brinda Rao


Women's Soccer Strives for Victory

Women's soccer made an excellent comeback from a Friday loss through their game-winning performance on Sunday.


November 6, 2019

New Business Econ Specialization Betters UChicago Economics Program

Rather than undermining the Economics Department's traditional theoretical emphasis, the new Business Economics specialization supplements it, better preparing students for careers in industry.


October 14, 2019

Training on the Road

With gyms in France closed for the summer, UChicago athletes looked for alternative ways to stay in shape.


September 23, 2019

Maya pic

Courtesy of Eddie Eng.


Sept. 23, 2019

The Neverending Quarter System Summer

Anticipating the next academic year at UChicago may lead to various expectations, and even anxiety about a new year.


September 22, 2019

Scav Deserves to be Saved

Declining interest in quirky UChicago traditions like Scav represents a rather alarming transformation of campus culture.


May 16, 2019

How do Athletes Walk on Teams?

While the majority of athletes on UChicago's varsity teams are recruited, some are students who walk on.


May 14, 2019

Early Graduation Is a Thing of the Past

Though UChicago defines itself by untraditional qualities, its credit policy inhibits students from taking untraditional paths to graduation.


May 7, 2019

The Flight of the Canada Goose

Is UChicago's new quirkiness defined by expensive attire?


April 19, 2019

Why Do Athletes Quit?

For many athletes, competing in college is the fulfillment of a lifelong dream. Yet many UChicago athletes choose to step away from their sports in college.


April 16, 2019