Fall/17

Pritzker student Shirlene Obuobi takes a comic approach to medical school.

Fall/17

The story of the first controlled, self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction is one of science, of war, and of people—those who made the experiment a success, those who strove to inform the public about the threats the breakthrough posed, and those tending its ambivalent legacies today.

Fall/17

Remembering Chicago Pile-1.

Summer/17

The writers and artists in Deborah Nelson’s new book believe a world of suffering calls for a dispassionate eye.

Summer/17

Five scholars discuss how the looting of antiquities puts our cultural heritage in peril, and what to do about it.

Summer/17

Reviving the spirit of the University of Chicago Round Table of the Air.

Spring/17

Revisiting days gone by in the pages of the Magazine.

05.09.2017

Turn back the pages (without the old-books aroma).
Spring/17

The Magazine sits down with the leader of the University’s new level I adult trauma center.

Spring/17

Five alumni helped launch the first museum celebrating American literature.

Winter/17

Two experiments reveal the genetic connections between fins and digits.