Postage stamps from North Korea afford a rare glimpse into a reclusive country.
Rubbed-out doodles in the pages of a medieval manuscript show that the human impulse to censor plays out on scales large and small.
Even Nobel Prize–winning physicists get distracted in class.
A Special Collections exhibit examines the trauma of war.
How a Law School librarian rediscovered a letter from John Marshall to George Washington.
A century-old J. M. Barrie play gets a Chicago revival.
The connections between UChicago and the Marine Biological Laboratory go back more than a century.
Illustrator and adventurer Cyrus LeRoy Baldridge, PhB 1911, found inspiration for his art in his travels.
In the 1930s Oriental Institute archaeologists used photography to capture the history and grandeur of Persepolis.
Although Leonardo da Vinci famously made realistic sketches of the moon’s surface spots in the early 16th century, the first published images of the moon as seen through a telescope were Galileo Galilei’s.