A lot has changed since the summer of 1893 at Columbia.
Each summer course would have cost you roughly 18 dollars and a place to stay would have been around four dollars. You would have been immersed in the World’s Fair in the middle of Chicago during your stay.
Your class schedule would have been Physical Culture, Voice Culture, Reading & Elocution, and Phonics. Mary Blood, the president and founder of the college, would be lecturing and teaching alongside professors.
Take a look at this 120 year-old pamphlet we found on Ebay: