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.
In CAR T-cell therapy, the immune system gets a boost that can be lifesaving.
Rubbed-out doodles in the pages of a medieval manuscript show that the human impulse to censor plays out on scales large and small.
A famed actor’s UChicago story unravels; and a new look for the Magazine comes together.
Doodling is the sincerest form of flattery.
Former White House chef Sam Kass, LAB’98, AB’04, is serving up new recipes and improvements to food policy. Plus: Kass’s recipe for brussels sprouts Caesar salad.
Reflections on the life and literature of Philip Roth, AM’55.
In dusty pages, pristine memories can live.
Questions for geologist Susan Kidwell on her work in the emerging discipline of conservation paleobiology, teaching students out in the field, and what artists and scientists share.