COVID-19

Summer/20

The story of Spring Quarter 2020, as told through University emails. 

Summer/20

A third-year was terrified of catching COVID-19. He went to the Black Lives Matter protests anyway. 

Summer/20

What’s it like to live on campus when everything is closed and almost everyone has left? 

Summer/20

Through text messages and photographs, Vera Soloview, Class of 2023, tracks her pandemic-upended life. 

Summer/20

A first-year, the daughter of an ER doctor and a nurse, tries to stay hopeful during the pandemic—but it’s hard when your parents are scared. 

Summer/20

Musician Eli Winter, AB'20, had planned a concert tour of the United States and Europe after graduation. Then came the pandemic. 

Summer/20

In a pandemic, how can you focus on anything? A first-year documents her upended life through paintings and essays. 

Summer/20

Not sure how to handle the pandemic? Anne Pritikin, Class of 2022, has some suggestions. 

Summer/20

Living with your parents—or completely alone. Taking classes on Zoom. Trying to make sense of it all. Eight College students tell us what Spring Quarter 2020 was like. 

Summer/20

The business of capitalism during COVID-19.

Summer/20

While the mysterious new disease spread, UChicago Medicine researchers brought long-held expertise to a new common cause: helping COVID-19 patients.

Summer/20

As Autumn Quarter approaches during the COVID-19 pandemic, the University is making flexible plans for multiple scenarios.