The primary preoccupations of an unlikely political wife.
Yoga and meditation lend a new perspective to a judge's work.
Bailey Pickens, AB’10, learns to cultivate compassion as a young hospital chaplain by recognizing both the sin and the sinner.
Collector and self-proclaimed “Twainiac” Ivan Kane, AB’78, JD’81, remembers Mark Twain’s friendship with University of Chicago professor Elizabeth Wallace.
Max Grinnell, AB’98, AM’02, learns the mysterious ways of the “L.”
Ed Navakas, AB’68, PhD’72, remembers love in the time of finals.
Grieving father Stéphane Gerson, AM’92, PhD’97, seeks comfort in historical writings and family stories.
A walk through campus sparks memories of Wayne Booth, AM’47, PhD’50.
A mother remembers the cusp of her son’s adulthood.
English professor Will Pritchard, AM’92, PhD’98, reflects on the “tender coincidences” that occur when father and son teach the same book.
Laura Gruen, AB’67, AM’68, sends dispatches from the pilgrimage route across Spain she walked this spring.
Wayne Scott, AB’86, AM’89, reflects on the winding path he and his wife followed on their way down the aisle.