As a new student at Booth, there’s a lot to figure out. Classes, meeting people, the classroom level in the Harper Center – each of these has a learning curve that takes time and energy away from other important things. Things like figuring out what’s actually available to eat at Gleacher or on campus, where to get a “frosty beverage” after class, and how to get around Chicago. To that end, I’ve created a guide focusing on the things at Booth and in Chicago that any Booth student, or person considering attending Booth, should know about. Almost exclusively, these are things that I wish I had known about sooner.
As a Part 2 to Suzi’s post earlier this week, I thought it would be helpful to the introverts amongst us (myself included) to read about all the different ways that the Booth community officially facilitates community. Specifically, getting to know the clubs and teams that a student can join and meet people who share the same interests, hobbies and love for Pitch Perfect. (Ok, maybe the last is just me.)