University of Chicago Magazine
Joining forces with the Marine Biological Laboratory, the University formalizes its long-standing links to a venerable scientific destination.
From balloon sculptures to an avant-garde video game, the art of Willy Chyr, AB’09, is all about the journey.
Lisa K. Harris, AB’82, MBA’84, learns to let go when her daughter leaves for the College.
Susie Allen, AB’09, recalls the human drama and sitcom qualities of the Reg’s One True Floor.
Neurobiologist Peggy Mason gives almost 55,000 students an online introduction to the brain.
Sung from street corners a century ago, Mexican folk ballads offered “a valuable index to popular thought,” wrote UChicago anthropologist Robert Redfield, whose work is part of a Special Collections exhibit on Mexico.
Maria Woltjen, a children’s rights expert in the Law School, says US policy should prioritize safety.
An alumnus remembers—and misremembers—his Aims of Education address.