A law professor offers an inside look at his experience on a presidential panel reviewing how the government protects national security and preserves civil liberties.
With a string of headline gifts since its public launch, the UChicago Campaign is gathering momentum.
At the University in the 1960s, Bernie Sanders, AB’64, set out on a path that led to the Senate, and an unlikely place at the center.
Chicago Booth clinical professor of entrepreneurship Waverly Deutsch brings theatrical and gaming influences to her teaching.
The president of the American College of Cardiology advocates a plant-based diet as part of shifting heart disease treatment from “event” to “prevent” focused.
Seeing Robie House—and all of campus—anew.
Readers weigh in on World War I art; a rare honor for Robert Morrissey, PhD’82; the problems that have befallen Gary, Indiana; the effect of immigration enforcement on children arriving from Central America; the benefits of online education; a UChicago championship ski team; and more.
On the Agenda
Chicago Harris dean Daniel Diermeier discusses the emergence of data-driven public policy and the training necessary for the next generation of leaders.
In a European civilization course at the Center in Paris, Philippe Desan deciphers layers of meaning.
Baseball writer Christina Kahrl, AB’90, found acceptance as a trans woman in the sports world.
Dylan Walsh, AB’05, reflects on the full life his uncle lived with a transplanted kidney.
Two decades of planning by the Fermi Institute’s Tom Economou culminate in a comet landing.
Lawrence Lessig inaugurates the Berlin Family Lectures with a study of institutional corruption.
Doulas can make an important difference for young, low-income mothers and their babies.
UChicago astrophysicist Craig Hogan tests the digital nature of space.
The harmonic convergence of mathematics and music.
Underappreciated—but, it turns out, important—the olfactory system issues an SOS.
After 25 years, Chicago Harris keeps growing.
Scientists have been at sea about how to extract uranium from the oceans, but a PhD student’s method shows promise.
Reminded of their professional identity, bankers became more dishonest.
New Seminary Co-op director Jeff Deutsch talks about his life in books and the future of the beloved store.
MBL’s successful Hunt, streamlined cancer research, Comer’s expanding pediatric trauma care, honors for diverse leaders and scholars, Hope for the future, and more.
Disrupting cancer-cell division, buzz as an economic commodity, surgery that relieves apnea and asthma, and a STING operation to fight disease.
The Magazine lists a selection of general interest books, films, and albums by alumni. For additional alumni releases, browse the Magazine’s Goodreads bookshelf.
Highlights from the latest alumni news columns.
Recent faculty, staff, and alumni obituaries.
Lite of the Mind
An appreciation of Harry, Sally, and all the things they said.