Horror filmmaker Matilda “Mattie” Szydagis, AB’95, reminisces about the Shoreland, Svengoolie, and Halloween on Chicago’s South Side.
The Neighborhood Schools Program, founded in 1976–77, just celebrated its 40th anniversary.
Fundamentals students ask fundamental questions.
Launched in 2007 with an anonymous $100 million gift, the Odyssey Scholarship Challenge has transformed financial aid in the College. Meet six of the young people whose lives were also changed.
Gabby Wimer, Elizabeth Frank, and Joyce Lu, all AB’16, are building MealFlour, a social enterprise centered on mealworms, from the ground up.
Naomy Grand’Pierre, ’19, aims to represent Haiti at the Rio de Janeiro games.
Author Kalisha Buckhanon, AB’99, AM’07, discusses the power of storytelling, Trayvon Martin, and how professor William Veeder changed her life.
Martyna Majok’s acclaimed new play finds light in the dark.
For 50 years, Kartemquin Films has focused its lenses on social forces and the human lives they shape.