Summer/21

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.

Summer/21

During World War II, cookbooks by Meta Given, PhB 1924, EXʼ27, helped guide a malnourished nation.

Summer/21

At the Undergraduate Research Symposium, students presented work on smallpox inoculation, social and emotional learning, and more.

Summer/21

A “lost” documentary on Britney Spears, made by faculty member Judy Hoffman two decades ago, resurfaces.

Summer/21

How a free-roaming cat became Instagram famous. 

Spring/21

A College track star turned secret agent and a plot to kill Vladimir Lenin.

04.01.2021

The Hyde Park Book Club discusses Howland’s 1974 novel W-3 and Bette herself.

Winter/21

Last quarter everything was different—even the University's geography. 

Winter/21

Classes outside and in tents. Masks worn everywhere, even by the grotesques. Scenes from an Autumn Quarter that required some improvisation.

Winter/21

Two photographers show us what Autumn Quarter was like.

Winter/21

During a quarter when everything was different, a professor known for installation art took her painting class outside.

Winter/21

Songs of the University of Chicago, an unexpected pleasure in a difficult year.