In the age of technology giants, does capitalism need protection from big business? Luigi Zingales thinks so.
A chance encounter in a bookstore brought a Chicago writer back into the spotlight. Plus: “Power Failure,” a short story by Bette Howland.
The heroism of World War I pilot Harold Goettler, AS 1914, SB 1914.
Fellow justices, former clerks, journalists, and court watchers reflect on a singular Supreme Court career.
How a lawyer-turned-scientist-turned-entrepreneur helped establish Afghanistan’s first national park.
Microbiologist Maurice Hilleman, PhD’44, and his feathered friends.
Remembering extraordinary UChicagoans.
Readers weigh in on 100 years of the Oriental Institute, the life of David Bevington, the merits of college athletics, and more.
How Soviet citizens made Western culture their own.
Connecting human and feline communities in Chicago. Plus: “Make a Date for Coffee … with a Cat.”
How Desmond Patton, PhD’12, is harnessing technology to help young people.
Why does biodiversity wax near the equator and wane approaching Earth’s poles?
What the General Social Survey tell us about America.
On the road with College Admissions and UChicago’s mascot.
Divinity School Alumnus of the Year Joseph Price, AM’79, PhD’82, turns an academic double play.
New findings on pollution's dangers, internet speeds, the power of light, and the great outdoors.
UChicago՚s Nobels and Nobelists, by the numbers.
A selection of the latest headlines from across campus.
A selection of UChicago alumni whose names are in the news.
The Magazine lists a selection of general interest books, films, and albums by alumni. For additional alumni releases, browse the Magazine’s Goodreads bookshelf.
Recent faculty, staff, and alumni obituaries.
Questions for the political commentator, podcaster, and 2014 Institute of Politics fellow.
Plus, in Inquiry …
A note from the dean of the Physical Sciences Division.
Maureen Coleman’s lab samples the teeming microbiome of the Great Lakes.
How Margaret Gardel accidentally became a biophysicist.
Computer scientist Pedro Lopes integrates technology with anatomy to reimagine the role of “human” in human-computer interaction.