campusFrom nostalgia to now: Uchicago campus virtual tour 

Connect with the city's past from your own home.

Fondly remembered by alumni for its Gothic Revival architecture, the University of Chicago campus has grown and evolved dramatically in the past few years. Join alums, both locals and from around the globe, on a virtual tour of today’s campus. Amanda Scotese, AM’13, the Executive Director of Chicago Detours, will use Google Street View to guide you by familiar gates and gargoyles as well as new structures like the glass egg of the Mansueto Library and the Jenga-like tower of the Rubenstein Forum.

Join us for additional talk:
4/30 1893 World's' Fair History

Registration and Event Questions
Chicago Detours tour company takes registration for this event. If you have any questions regarding registration or logistics of the event, please contact Chicago Detours at or 312.350.1131.

About Chicago Detours
The Chicago Detours tour company has been bringing people to explore stories and places locals don't even know since 2010. Amanda Scotese, AM'13, started the company to offer unique tour experiences of architecture, history and culture.



Date: Thursday, April 23

Time: 6:45-8:00 pm

Cost: $5.00

Location: Online
After registering, you will receive an email with instructions for viewing the online presentation.
6:45 pm CST “check in” (Zoom link opens for login)
7:00-8:00 pm CST Lecture/Tour and Q&A