UChicago’s Urban Labs turn promising ideas for helping cities into hard evidence of what works.
Historical postcards capture UChicago as it was and as it wanted to be seen.
What will 2040 be like?
As the historic document turns 800, David M. Rubenstein, JD’73, reflects on preserving a Magna Carta in the United States.
The history of beekeeping stretches back centuries, the director of the Oriental Institute found when a hobby turned into a scholarly pursuit.
Prospect and retrospect.
Readers discuss the University’s policy on freedom of expression; add personal recollections of chemist Harold Urey; celebrate professor Robert Morrissey, PhD’82, and the University’s Center in Paris; respond to other readers’ letters; and more.
In political scientist Monika Nalepa’s game theory course, students learn how voters play around with political participation.
For a century, the Renaissance Society has focused on artists and the ideas that inspire them.
College dean John W. Boyer turns a historian’s eye to the University.
Sinai Health System and the University of Chicago Medicine partner to provide trauma care services at Holy Cross Hospital.
Craig Futterman and his students work to make police departments more transparent, starting in Chicago.
Graduate students offer hands-on science and technology education to local youth.
Alisa Miller, MPP’99, MBA’99, thinks public media can change Americans’ worldviews.
Questions for doctor, businessman, and quadruple degree holder Robert Behar.
A selection of recent faculty research news.
A selection of the latest headlines from UChicago.
Although Leonardo da Vinci famously made realistic sketches of the moon’s surface spots in the early 16th century, the first published images of the moon as seen through a telescope were Galileo Galilei’s.
Maroon football, by the numbers.
As a researcher, Caroline Albertin, SM’12, a PhD student in organismal biology and anatomy, has always been partial to weird animals: mussels, centipedes, cave fish—and cephalopods.
The Magazine lists a selection of general interest books, films, and albums by alumni. For additional alumni releases, browse the Magazine’s Goodreads bookshelf.
Highlights from the latest alumni news columns.
Recent faculty, staff, and alumni obituaries.
Lite of the Mind
Four professors, an alumnus, and an intern on how and why they tweet.