Life-Long Learning at The University of Chicago

When I go on vacation, the last place I usually think to go is a university.  Why go back to school when I worked so hard for five years to get my bachelor’s degree and escape it?  Visiting a college campus hadn’t even crossed my mind when it came to temporarily relocating to Chicago, but after suggestions from co-workers and roommates, I decide to give it a shot.  Making my way south to The University of Chicago, I find I’m in for more than I bargained for.  Walking through the campus of gothic architecture and buildings, I find this is no ordinary campus.  Not only is it much bigger than the campus of the school I attended, Mesa State College (currently Colorado Mesa University), but it takes academic learning to another level with its elaborate design and architecture. Continue Reading ›