In the 1950s, a pair of young alumni set out on Route 66 and captured a workaday America now vanished.
For some parents, life is a rat race they want their children to win. For others, it’s a race they’ve already lost. Why macroeconomics plays a role.
How Mohamed Noor, SMʼ95, PhDʼ96, uses science fiction to help students engage.
A selection of UChicago alumni whose names are in the news.
An Arts Incubator exhibition uses the Black ABCs to chronicle the lives of South Siders.
A new Alumni & Friends website launched this fall. Designed for alumni, parents, and friends, it’s distinctively UChicago.
This blueberry jam with mint, created by chef Madelaine Bullwinkel, AM’68, keeps summer in a jar.
Brent Staples, AM’76, PhD’82, goes behind the work that earned him one of journalism’s highest honors.
Professor and entrepreneur Maryellen Giger, PhD’85, brings computer-aided breast cancer detection and diagnosis from bench to bedside.
Soccer player Len Oliver, PhD’70, put his own spin on teaching the sport and training its leaders.
Dwight M. Cleveland, MBA’87, collects film posters with an eye for high art.
The fruitful career of Herbert Baum, AM’51, PhD’06.