For nearly two decades psychologist Andrea King has followed a group of social drinkers to find out why only some develop alcohol use disorder.
Punishment doesn’t end after incarceration, writes Crown Family School associate professor Reuben Jonathan Miller, AM’07. Plus: An excerpt from Halfway Home: Race, Punishment, and the Afterlife of Mass Incarceration.
In Sleeping Presidents, artist and writer John Ransom Phillips, ABʼ60, PhDʼ66, takes viewers inside the minds of (almost) every one from George Washington to Joe Biden.
Leon Kass, LAB’54, SB’58, MD’62, continues the conversation.
When readers get Proustian, we’re right there with them.
Alumni write with memories of the Chicago Journal, Morry's Deli, Salonica, and more.
On the agenda
In a society redrawn by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Law School’s intellectual leadership is needed more than ever.
Understanding the cryptoart phenomenon.
Still speaking out against “the big lie,” Liz Cheney, JD’96, makes an Alumni Weekend appearance.
A Chicago Maroon veteran finds her voice.
Attorney turned comedian Liz Glazer, JD’04, finds laughter in life’s highs and lows.
Insights from a grocery industry veteran.
An unexpected basketball pioneer, a history-making race, and other surprises from Unknown Chicago Tales.
Bison bundles of joy.
Crustacean gratification, an anosmia breakthrough, and more.
Fermilab’s bison, by the numbers.
A selection of the latest headlines from across campus.
Finding a new passion at age 59, or my journey to become a competitive adult figure skater.
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.
Recent faculty, staff, and alumni obituaries.
Questions for the San Francisco Chronicle sports editor, Baseball Hall of Fame voter, and transgender activist.
An interview with Class Day speaker and US Rep. Andy Kim, AB’04.
How a UChicago biochemist gained fame—and lost credibility—when he developed a midlife obsession with legendary creatures.
An excerpt from How to Think Like an Anthropologist Matthew Engelke, AB’94.
Josh Tyra, AB’01—a language nerd in the mold of J. R. R. Tolkien—helped create a new Breton translation of The Hobbit.
A “lost” documentary on Britney Spears, made by faculty member Judy Hoffman two decades ago, resurfaces.
Questions for Leila Brammer, inaugural director of the College’s Parrhesia Program for Public Discourse.
At the Undergraduate Research Symposium, students presented work on smallpox inoculation, social and emotional learning, and more.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, intramural sports—like everything else—went online.
Online recruiting, quantum engineering, a campus philanthropy tour led by Dean Boyer, and more.
How a free-roaming cat became Instagram famous.
During World War II, cookbooks by Meta Given, PhB 1924, EXʼ27, helped guide a malnourished nation.
The Gather Town version of UChicago re-creates campus in 2D, 8-bit glory.
”His song ends on the edges of her / Mona Lisa smile.”