From the seeds first planted by William Rainey Harper and James Henry Breasted, the Oriental Institute blossomed into something rare.
The first annual Hagel Lecture at UChicago brought together Madeleine Albright and Chuck Hagel to speak to students and the public.
How has the institute’s work evolved since 1919? A faculty roundtable.
A brief history in pictures of some essential people, places, and treasures.
At 16 Sybil Jordan Hampton, MSTʼ68, was on the front lines of school desegregation. Since then sheʼs worked to ensure no American is overlooked.
Cardiac surgeon Valluvan Jeevanandam was part of a team that made medical history.
Special objects from Special Collections get a day in the spotlight.
A new book looks at the history of Chicago through the lens of print.
Rebecca Sandefur, AM’97, PhD’01, studies how real people use—or don’t use—the civil justice system, and proposes real solutions.
Off duty in a new city, a writer lets serendipity and a local’s advice guide the way.
When tariffs on Canadian newsprint threatened US papers, political scientist turned trade lawyer Elliot J. Feldman, AB’69, built a case and a coalition.
Meet three UChicago alumni who earned front-page honors in 2018.