A historic campaign brought thousands together to invest in UChicago values.
David Nirenberg studies the intertwined—and sometimes violent—histories of faith communities.
An Arts Incubator exhibition uses the Black ABCs to chronicle the lives of South Siders.
Meteorologist Tetsuya Theodore Fujita (1920–1998) led a tempestuous career.
The Chicago school of meteorology found and made waves. Plus: “A Change of Climate.”
On closing the distances imposed by COVID-19.
Letter writers address the risks that come with every medication, affirm the ongoing relevance of public trust doctrine, dive into Promontory Point memories, and more.
On the agenda
How did the University of Chicago Campaign: Inquiry and Impact meet its ambitious goals? It took a community.
President Robert J. Zimmer will take a new leadership role after this academic year.
YOU BE MY ALLY features 29 excerpts from Core curriculum readings.
How UChicago’s student-athletes are keeping their spirits and heart rates elevated amid COVID-19.
Theodore Jun Yoo’s (AM’97, PhD’02) new history of the Koreas unites academic and personal interests.
A new Alumni & Friends website launched this fall. Designed for alumni, parents, and friends, it’s distinctively UChicago.
UChicago’s Class of 2024 settles in for an O-Week like no other.
And other reflections from the author of a new book on Jeopardy!
New findings on medical side effects, the economic impact of stay-at-home orders, and facial recognition technology.
UChicago’s beloved library, by the numbers.
A selection of the latest headlines from across campus.
A selection of UChicago alumni whose names are in the news.
A selection of books, films, and recordings by UChicago alumni.
Recent faculty, staff, and alumni obituaries.
Questions for the political strategist, College alumnus, and Institute of Politics director.