Communication and compassion in medicine, extending the law and economics connection, a new shelf life at the Reg, and an Obama adviser leads the University's civic engagement.
Austan Goolsbee returns to Chicago Booth, 24-hour diner Clarke's opens on 53rd Street, and more.
Readers sound off on climate change, breast-feeding, and last issue's letters about immigration.
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Both in person and via Twitter, UChicago alumni connected during Alumni Weekend.
With Caffe Florian closed, the Magazine provides a guide to current dining on 57th Street.
The University makes some departures rooted in its enduring values.
Are there more Federalists, Objectivists, or zombie fighters?
A Becker-Friedman merger, new campus dining options, and developments in the 53rd Street development.