The first novel from Blair Thornburgh, AB’12, is a quirky look at the intersection of fame and high school.
Malynne Sternstein helps create language for the graphic novel Mae.
Why the invasive species Solenopsis invicta has thrived in Texas.
Fixating on privilege hasn’t helped the fight against injustice, writes Phoebe Maltz Bovy, AB’05.
Talking synthesizers, human rights, and grad school with former Wolf Parade member Hadji Bakara, PhD'16.
The writers and artists in Deborah Nelson’s new book believe a world of suffering calls for a dispassionate eye.
Thoughts on academia, football, and that painting.
On praying in the stacks, when Ramadan and finals week coincide, and Muslim fashion.
Matthew Foldi, Class of 2018 (political science), describes himself in his Twitter bio as “everyone’s favorite Republican committeeman.”
Twins Laurie and Lynne Butler—one a UChicago chemistry professor, the other a double alumna—discuss math, horses, and a college boyfriend who never got them confused.
In her new book, Courtney C. W. Guerra, AB’05, offers witty work advice.
Checking in on a groundbreaking master’s thesis more than a half century later.