From our print archive: In a whirlwind campus visit in February 1994, novelist Kurt Vonnegut, AM’71, wowed a new generation of fans.
Or, who’s that barefoot man on the roof of the president’s house?
Librarian Taylor Hixson discusses digital mapping in the academy and beyond.
Memories of businessman and University trustee David Rockefeller, PhD’40, focus on his philanthropy.
Thoughts on life at Rockefeller, squirrels, and Phil the Phoenix.
An ugly rug, a stolen Tropical Hut planter, and why the bust of Silas J. Cobb is displayed in such an odd location.
Struggling with your picks for this year’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament? UChicago scholars share uncommon strategies for making selections.
Maura Connors, AB’15, loves soda bread and thinks all Irish people look good in green.