Sixty years of making and sharing contemporary music at UChicago and beyond.
When Sun Ra asked NASA to send his music to space.
In Henry Hinds Laboratory and now the Regenstein Library, Ruth Duckworth’s murals make an art of geophysical science.
The untold story of Cora Belle Jackson, AB 1896, the first Black graduate of the University of Chicago.
As construction begins on a next-generation headquarters, Kunle Odunsi and UChicago’s cancer specialists are ushering in a new era of research and care.
So I’m reading all I can.
Your takes on freedom of expression, overflowing appreciation of Barbara Schubert, EX’79, and more.
On the agenda
The University of Chicago Medicine, the Pritzker School of Medicine, and the Biological Sciences Division pave the way to a thriving future.
“Inverse vaccine” shows the potential to treat autoimmune diseases like multiple sclerosis.
Student teams take on the affordable housing shortage.
Paleogenomicist Maanasa Raghavan maps ancient DNA to chart human history.
John List and Steven Levitt create a bite-sized version of their College econ course.
A film series at Doc focuses on false preachers.
Physicist Katrina Miller, SM’18, PhD’23, revived her childhood love of writing to forge a career in science journalism.
Swapping atoms, unplanned pregnancy costs, and restorative practices in high schools.
The University of Chicago Magazine by the numbers.
A selection of the latest headlines from across campus.
A selection of UChicago alumni whose names are in the news.
A selection of books, films, and recordings by UChicago alumni.
Photos from the archives and readers like you.
Is it a character from Beowulf—or a stylish, space-saving household item from IKEA? Bonus points if you can identify which IKEA product!
Recent faculty, staff, and alumni obituaries.
Questions for the Booth alumna and Washington Post columnist.
A summer road trip in search of land art.
Hurry up, you’re late for class.
How should you live your life? Faculty, alumni, students, classic texts: all have suggestions for you.
There are places we’ll remember ...
¡Papel picado, flores, y pan de muerto!
Arne Meyer, AB’00, of Naughty Dog studio, on the past, present, and future of the games industry.
Deirdre Mundy, AB’99, on her family’s mode of human flourishing.
Waltz, foxtrot, twist, boogie: a look back at 125 years of Alumni Weekend dance parties.
So ... what’s the deal with the doll on the cover?
Want to find your fellow Maroons? Here’s where to look.
A digest of College news.
Meet Gracie, the love- and philosophy-inspiring pooch.
A new book by thermodynamicist Sandra Greer, SM’68, PhD’69, reveals the hard science behind the culinary arts. Plus: A recipe for collard greens.
A poem from Glenway Wescott, EX 1919.