Arts & Humanities
To approach religion with intellectual rigor, says Divinity School dean Margaret Mitchell, AM’82, PhD’89, is to play with fire. She stokes the embers.
Ethnomusicology graduate students discover community involvement comes with the concentration.
A fourth-year in the College moonlights as Chicago’s busiest young actor.
Anne Ford, AM’99, questioned her own academic ability—then she started asking questions of others.
From playing violin to writing music to steeping literature-inspired tea, Estlin Usher, AB’13, remains composed.