In Sleeping Presidents, artist and writer John Ransom Phillips, ABʼ60, PhDʼ66, takes viewers inside the minds of (almost) every one from George Washington to Joe Biden.
During World War II, cookbooks by Meta Given, PhB 1924, EXʼ27, helped guide a malnourished nation.
At the Undergraduate Research Symposium, students presented work on smallpox inoculation, social and emotional learning, and more.
A “lost” documentary on Britney Spears, made by faculty member Judy Hoffman two decades ago, resurfaces.
How a free-roaming cat became Instagram famous.
A College track star turned secret agent and a plot to kill Vladimir Lenin.
The Hyde Park Book Club discusses Howland’s 1974 novel W-3 and Bette herself.
Last quarter everything was different—even the University's geography.
Classes outside and in tents. Masks worn everywhere, even by the grotesques. Scenes from an Autumn Quarter that required some improvisation.
Two photographers show us what Autumn Quarter was like.
During a quarter when everything was different, a professor known for installation art took her painting class outside.
Songs of the University of Chicago, an unexpected pleasure in a difficult year.