Saumyaa gave a nice smile

I Felt Connected Even Though I Was the Only One On-Screen

Saumyaa Gupta’24 talks the strategies she used to deal with a huge time difference while studying remotely as a first-year student.

more
Grace (left) and her friend at Warner Bros Studio in London.

Postcard from England: understanding Victorian arts and mental health psychology

Studying abroad in Sussex, England, Grace Zaffiro ’21 is enjoying various art courses as well as learning how nature and nurture both play roles in the development of mental health status.

more
Kaveri Sarkar ’20 learns about University of Pennsylvania’s psychology program MindCORE and the research being conducted.

Exploring UPenn’s Psychology Progam

Kaveri Sarkar ’20, undertook a all-expenses paid trip to the University of Pensylvania to take part in MindCore- and interdisciplinary brain workshop.

more
Guadalupe Orbezo-Perez’20

Caring for Diverse Populations

Guadalupe Orbezo-Perez’20, a senior biochemistry and psychology double major, French minor, and Pakula Biomedical Scholar, aspires to be a clinical psychologist, adding “I am trilingual and we need clinicians who can care for diverse populations.”

more
Kirsten Bonnie stands in the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago. Photo Credit: Alyssa Schukar for The Chronicle

How to study primates at a smaller institution

more
Illustration by: Michael Morgenstern

The Problem of False Confessions

In police interrogation rooms across the country, innocent people confess to crimes they never committed—serious crimes like murder and sexual assault.

more