July–Aug/14

Philosopher Irad Kimhi teaches unhappiness in his own way.

06.06.2014

Playing UChicago’s latest alternate reality game.
May–June/14

Autism shows a correlation to environmental toxins, the adipose fin may not be so vestigial after all, economists revisit the effects of an early-childhood program 49 years later, and an ancient weather report gets a new translation.

May–June/14

In mathematics and running, fourth-year Sarah Peluse puts up impressive numbers.

04.24.2014

Scenes from Student Government’s last full assembly meeting of winter quarter.
Mar–Apr/14

Mathematics historian Judith Victor Grabiner, SB’60, teaches math to the liberal arts masses.

Mar–Apr/14

In 17th century anatomical drawings, death—and life—were much more present than in today’s medical textbooks.
Mar–Apr/14

Chicago trader David Frohardt-Lane, SM’00, put his statistics education to lucrative use.

Mar–Apr/14

Prehistoric sharks that migrated like salmon, African Americans’ long commutes, babies’ nuanced social observations, and genetic findings that complicate the story of how dogs evolved from wolves.

02.26.2014

UChicago’s four-time reigning Polar Bear Run winner talks strategy and seminudity.
Jan–Feb/14

A bacterium pits the immune system against itself, the divergent genetics of assocated diseases, labor’s shrinking piece of the pie, and how place influences transgender acceptance.

Jan–Feb/14

Nearly half of young people report experiencing online abuse—and they're changing the way they respond.