Spring quarter, like any other, offered an encyclopedia of public talks on campus, illuminating topics art historical, zoological, and most everything in between. At 11 of those talks, the Magazine staff were there. Here’s what we learned.
Even for old-school book fetishists, the Magazine’s new app is worth texting home about.
A distinguished career at the New York Times prepared Leslie Maitland, AB’75, for reporting a deeply personal story.
The tales we tell about our parents, and they about us.
At an Institute of Politics event, Republican leaders offer diagnoses and prognoses for a wounded party.
Film scholar Tom Gunning explains how editing conventions create the splice of life.
Some books should never end.
Hard to find zines tell Chicago stories, writ small.
Sometimes it’s as much about the journey as the destination.
Hyde Park’s greenest denizens and the Magazine’s greenest editors.
An Oriental Institute Museum exhibit traces the ubiquity of birds in ancient Egyptian culture to geographical accident, avian behavior, and human fascination.