Summer/17

From his first trip north as the youngest hand on a two-masted schooner, anthropologist Ernest “Tiger” Burch Jr., AM’63, PhD’66, was driven to learn about the Arctic and its peoples.

May–June/15

Water is life, but ever scarcer. The most promising approaches to a mounting global problem may be molecular.

July–Aug/14

Chicago Harris’s Gary Project joins forces with a dynamic new mayor to reframe the Indiana steel town’s future.

Jan–Feb/14

A Divinity School alumnus keeps ethical conduct front and center at his company.

Jan–Feb/13

For ethicist and doctor Daniel Sulmasy, medical progress is about more than the body.

Jan–Feb/13

The road to safe, reliable bioweapon vaccines for children is fraught with ethical peril. On campus last fall, experts began to plot it out.
Sept–Oct/12

Patsy Mink, JD’51, was a tenacious and determined politician.

May–June/12

Jessie Taft, PhB 1905, PhD 1913, was a matriarch of modern social work.

Mar–Apr/12

“Are you a member of the Communist Party?” George Anastaplo, AB’48, JD’51, PhD’64, refused to answer that question, a refusal that shaped his life.