Reflections on teaching business ethics at Chicago Booth after the financial crisis.
Albert Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves a century ago. Daniel Holz was part of the team of scientists that finally found them last fall.
Poet and novelist Ana Castillo, AM'79, on feminism, writing, and a momentous education.
The Array of Things takes Chicago’s pulse.
For 50 years, Kartemquin Films has focused its lenses on social forces and the human lives they shape.
On smartphone photography, and a contest.
Readers write in to confirm age is just a number; expand on Katherine Dunham’s (PhB’36) Hyde Park history; add thoughts about mortality and the right to aid in dying; diagnose income inequality; redress the Winter issue’s anagram inequality; and more.
On the agenda
With new programs and online tools, Mark R. Nemec, dean of the Graham School of Continuing Liberal and Professional Studies, hopes to reach broad audiences in innovative ways.
Marketplace of ideas
How can schools prepare low-income students for success in college?
Classicist Shadi Bartsch-Zimmer and microbiome expert Jack Gilbert question scientific knowledge.
A mother remembers the cusp of her son’s adulthood.
A gift from Harriet Heyman, AM’72, and Sir Michael Moritz supports financial aid, internships, and college preparation for students in need.
Historian Matthew Briones sees connections between race, sports, and history.
Science fiction author Sylvain Neuvel’s own story is out of this world.
New research explains sustained eruptions on an icy moon of Saturn.
A landmark lawsuit aims to reform treatment of mentally ill inmates in Illinois prisons.
A $35 million gift from two College alumni supports a new hub for urban research.
Martyna Majok’s acclaimed new play finds light in the dark.
Misconduct in the financial advising industry goes unpunished; hit the snooze button on weekends to reduce diabetes risk; a rage disorder has a newly discovered physiological marker; believers in psychic phenomena are happier but less analytical than skeptics.
A selection of the latest headlines from UChicago.
A worm glamour shot reveals the unexpected beauty of science.
UChicago arts, by the numbers.
Assistant professor of English Richard Jean So shows how a computer can help find nuance in prevailing literary assumptions.
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
This Botany Pond maze may amaze.