Erich Rosenthal, AM’42, PhD’48, escaped Nazi Germany to attend UChicago. His parents remained and perished. Decades later, his son Ted Rosenthal has memorialized their tragic family history in music.
Claire Hartfield, JD’82, wants teenagers to know their history.
Over 50 years, Patric McCoy, AB’69, has collected 1,300 pieces of art and made them into a piece all his own.
For activist Heather Booth, AB’67, AM’70, the personal has been the political for more than 50 years.
Questions for a cappella group Rhythm and Jews.
It started as a joke. Then it became a thing.
Before historian Emily Lynn Osborn led study abroad trips, she took one of her own.
Historian Kathleen Belew finds an unexpected origin for a resurgent movement.
The UChicago Empower Initiative changes the admissions conversation, adds more financial aid.
Peter O’Leary, AB’90, AM’94, PhD’99, on Rush, Yes, Steinbeck, Salinger, and faith.
Tiebu djeun, the national dish of Senegal, cooked fresh in Bronzeville.
During winter quarter, the College offered a Study Abroad program in Dakar, Senegal—the westernmost city in West Africa—for the first time.