With an eye on digital and traditional resources alike, Torsten Reimer is leading the UChicago Library into a complex future.
Chemist Bozhi Tian’s art and science recast reality.
How a Twitter conversation led to a new trilingual children’s book.
Academy Award–winning editor Lisa Fruchtman’s (AB’70) life in film.
The “grandfather of restorative justice” looks back on a career spent advocating for change.
Dental expert turned forensic scientist Wilmer Souder, PhD 1916 (1884–1974), testified against mobsters, fraudsters, and murderers.
Ringing in the New Year in rhyme.
On the joys of libraries and library people.
Alumni write in about furry friends; latke-hamantash memories; Carl Sagan, AB’54, SB’55, SM’56, PhD’60; and more.
On the agenda
Paul Alivisatos, AB’81, is leading the University to meet an exciting inflection point with its considerable strengths.
A Smart Museum exhibition probes the past and future of monochrome art.
Meet Neil Shubin’s newest fossil: a fishapod that returned to water while its cousins took to land.
A. J. Verdelle, AB’82, writes lovingly, but honestly, of her friend Toni Morrison.
Chibueze Amanchukwu seeks a chemical key to sustainability.
Adam Lowenstein, AM’94, PhD’99, reconsiders the role of “the other” in horror.
Meet Cubs pitcher and College second-year Wilson Cunningham.
A selection of recent books by UChicago faculty members.
Culturally shared false memories, a smart and stretchy computing chip, and a smell test for dementia.
UChicago women's athletics, by the numbers.
A selection of the latest headlines from across campus.
A coach’s lessons went well beyond tennis.
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 paleontologist, evolutionary biologist, and host of PBS’s Your Inner Fish.