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You will feel as if you are living in a village rather than a traditional campus setting. Students live in a number of small apartment buildings scattered around Bluche and the surrounding area.
You will probably be in a double room. It will have a bathroom and plenty of storage space for all of your belongings. Internet and network connections are available on the main campus as well as in all of the residences. There are also communal areas to meet and relax. You can eat in any of the school restaurants or local village eateries.
To find out more about our campus please visit our Campus & Facilities webpage
Northside Chicago 1964
Image by Beedle Um Bum
To the right looking southeast on Lincoln Ave. to the Lincoln Hotel at the intersection with Wells St. To the left looking east on Wisconsin St. to Clark St. and Lincoln Park. Turn right on Clark St. and the Second City was just a few doors down.
I lived in the building facing us during the spring and summer of 1964. This building once had two large luxurious apartments per floor, but they had long before been split into much smaller rundown apartments. Mine (one of the bay windows over Lincoln Ave., second floor if I remember correctly) had been the kitchen, pantry, and dining room of an original apartment – the bathroom was in the hall, shared with the other apartments cut from the same original one.
There’s now a high-rise where the Second City used to be, but it looks on Google Earth as if this building still stands.
Scanned from a 35mm slide with a VuPoint FS-C1-VP.