Winter/17

Retired University of Chicago Press editor T. David Brent, AB’70, AM’71, PhD’77, brought imagination and enthusiasm to scholarly publishing.

Spring/16

For 50 years, Kartemquin Films has focused its lenses on social forces and the human lives they shape.

July–Aug/15

Grossman Institute scholars explore—and begin to explain—the brain’s vast complexities.

July–Aug/15

Jonathan Rapping, AB’88, inspires attorneys who represent indigent clients to fight a system stacked against them.

May–June/15

The impact of geochemist Clair C. Patterson, PhD’51, who determined the age of the earth and fought lead pollution.

May–June/15

Comer Children’s Hospital, by the numbers.

May–June/15

A search for the roots of knowledge, study abroad in Hong Kong, a survey of campus climate, a prestigious faculty (re)appointment, the University’s Board of Trustees names a new chair, and more.

Mar–Apr/15

The importance of measles immunization, by the numbers.

Mar–Apr/15

An express commitment to free speech, a prehistoric achievement, a prestigious faculty appointment, fresh (water) ideas, the Crime Lab expands its reach, and more.

Mar–Apr/15

Chicago Booth economist Matthew Gentzkow sifts insights about the media from massive amounts of digital information.

Jan–Feb/15

The president of the American College of Cardiology advocates a plant-based diet as part of shifting heart disease treatment from “event” to “prevent” focused.

Jan–Feb/15

Lawrence Lessig inaugurates the Berlin Family Lectures with a study of institutional corruption.