The Magazine dashes through the snow from the Magnificent Mile to a refreshed 53rd Street.
A new leader brings policy-world experience to Chapin Hall’s vital research on families’ well-being.
As daylight dwindles, cut out paper-bag luminarias inspired by windows on campus to light your way home this winter.
After Wendy Klein, AB’75, gathered the nerve to show President Edward H. Levi the portraits she had sketched of him, they were framed for the future attorney general.
Chris McNickle trains a historian’s eye on urban politics past and the future of global markets.
They were the best of spines.
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.