Two constitutional scholars weigh 21st-century challenges to the letter and spirit of the First Amendment.
A new book looks at the history of Chicago through the lens of print.
With the opening of a campus in Hong Kong, the University begins a new era of intellectual partnership. Plus: “Tree House/Art House”
Soia Mentschikoff (1915–1984) reformed how the United States does business and led the way for later generations of women in law.
Want to exercise more, save money, and eat healthier? Ayelet Fishbach’s research can help.
Retirement doesn’t always live up to the blissful media image.
Off duty in a new city, a writer lets serendipity and a local’s advice guide the way.
Readers appreciate a Study Abroad story, remember a scientific friendship, make the case for weightier coverage in the Magazine, and more.
On the agenda
School of Social Service Administration dean Deborah Gorman-Smith on the school’s ambitious future vision.
Neurobiologists approach a better grasp of a mother octopus’s grim final days.
It’s time to rethink stereotypes about American truckers.
Bill Nowlin, AM’69, made a home for folk music as cofounder of Rounder Records.
It’s the end of the working world as we know it in Ling Ma’s (AB’05) dystopian novel Severance.
Learning leadership, poco a poco.
Highlights from the University’s Big Brains podcast.
This cinematic lip-lock made history.
Rebecca Sandefur, AM’97, PhD’01, studies how real people use—or don’t use—the civil justice system, and proposes real solutions.
Researchers tally the human cost of ridesharing; praise gratitude; investigate an elephant cancer-fighting gene; and probe the gender gap in math achievement.
Study Abroad, by the numbers.
A selection of the latest headlines from UChicago.
Highlights from the latest alumni news columns.
The Magazine lists a selection of general interest books, films, and albums by alumni. For additional alumni releases, browse the Magazine’s Goodreads bookshelf.
The view from a CTA bus driver’s seat took in the range of human experience—including the most heartbreaking.
Recent faculty, staff, and alumni obituaries.
Questions for the College alumnus and Law School professor.
For activist Heather Booth, AB’67, AM’70, the personal has been the political for more than 50 years.
A short story by Ted Cohen, AB’62.
An evening of book club gossip about Maude Hutchins, Muriel Beadle, and Hanna Holborn Gray.
It started as a joke. Then it became a thing.
Jacob Chang of JÜV Consulting has some advice.
There’ll be peace when you are done.
Questions for a cappella group Rhythm and Jews.
College students now have six more options.
In brief: Hong Kong economics, new on-campus housing requirement, and more.
What’s the best tradition? UChicago alumni have spoken.
Meet Cora, the soccer-playing border collie.
Over 50 years, Patric McCoy, AB’69, has collected 1,300 pieces of art and made them into a piece all his own.
It’s not just political. It’s hydrological.