Spring means Short Shorts

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Check out this new contest for Chicago in 60 Seconds!

Give us UChicago in 60 seconds or less and you could win a cool $100 in time for the hot summer.

Contest Overview

Show us the University of Chicago College in all its idiosyncratic, colorful, dynamic splendor--on video. Any aspect of the College experience is fair game as long as the video is 60 seconds or less. Be wildly creative--or just plain wild. Amaze us with your masterful cinematography, or send us an unedited clip already sitting on your camera--it doesn't matter! No genre is out of bounds, no format too unique. Just, you know, keep it legal.

If you have the drive but lack the tools, we have you covered. Just stop in at the Communications reception desk on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building, south wing. We have three HD Flipcams available for check-out to University affiliates. Just bring your University ID when you come.



All University of Chicago College students, faculty, staff, and alumni are encouraged to participate. The video can use any audio/visual multimedia (e.g., raw video, flash, animation, cell phone, slideshow) as long as the work is 60 seconds or less. Subject matter needs to be suitable for public distribution. The best submissions will offer a glimpse of life in the College from your unique perspective. There is no limit on the number of videos you can submit.

How to Submit

Submissions will be accepted from April 1 until April 23. All entries must be in a digital format, uploaded to YouTube. Participants must then provide the link to the video through a simple online submission form. Entries will appear on the UChicago IN:60 Seconds web page on the College Admissions site.

How could we ever determine whether one slice of life is better than another? We can't! For this reason, all entrants will get free UChicago gear. We will randomly select a clip to win the cool $100. Just in time for the hot summer!

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