The 13th president exemplified leadership and forged a stronger University of Chicago.
Chicu Reddy’s life in poetry.
In May Alumni Weekend–goers enjoyed lasting traditions and a few new twists.
Patrons, staff, and friends of the fabled neighborhood bar tell its story.
On verse and voices that stick.
Your dispatches on sensory memories of UChicago, Folk Fest, Irving Spergel, and more.
The Climate Vault banks on cap-and-trade markets to curtail carbon emissions.
UChicago’s provost is proud to be a published author—of several crossword puzzles.
Harris Public Policy hosted a day of conversations about the human side of serving our country.
Doctoral students sum up years of work in 180 seconds.
From 1931 to the early 1960s, students in the College had to make the grade.
PhD students’ prizewinning pictures.
Angie Torain helps undergrads balance academics and athletics.
Earth’s mantle, sleep apnea, smart buildings, and more.
The University of Chicago Press 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.
Why there’s nothing neutral about gray.
A film professor reappraises his childhood approach to performing magic.
Recent faculty, staff, and alumni obituaries.
Questions for the English professor, digital media theorist, and game designer.
UChicago scholars contemplate the end of the world.
Maybe the end of the world isn’t the end of the world.
An ambitious public art project. Five overstretched interns. What could go wrong?
Meet Joalda Morancy, AB’22, children’s author and aerospace engineer.
An excerpt from a speech to the Class of 2023.
Maroons of Character teaches football players how to live virtuously.
Sidney Nagel receives the “lifetime achievement Oscar of physics.”
Marjorie Sullivan Lee, AB’43, lived in Foster Hall, roller skated in Ida Noyes, and watched Robert Maynard Hutchins go to work.
Meet Melina Hale, PhD’98, the College’s new dean.
Well I’m the only one here.
A soupçon of College news.
An advanced poetry course explores the science of poetry and the poetry of science.
How to kill pathogenic bacteria, viruses, and protozoa in four easy steps.