Scenes and voices from the inauguration of President Paul Alivisatos, AB’81.
A course tackles the history of efforts to do good abroad.
With Work in Progress, Abby McEnany, AB’92, created an unconventional sitcom for anyone who feels different.
An economist’s advice on when to fold your hand in favor of the next opportunity.
Decorator and pulp writer Richard Himmel, EX’42 (1920–2000), had a private eye for design.
A picture asks a question and a reader answers.
Alumni write about Burton-Judson memories, English professor Michael Murrin, good square meals at Valois, and more.
On the agenda
The University starts dialogues and takes steps.
A devastating crime spurs new measures to improve neighborhood security.
Digital money is here to stay, says Eswar Prasad, PhD’92.
Jeri Lynne Johnson, AM’05, joins art and activism in her Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra.
Neil Verma, AM’04, PhD’08, is tuned in to the golden age of radio.
College students learn to design and build their own scientific instruments.
Think you know all there is to know about Amos Alonzo Stagg? A new biography might surprise you.
Viral vulnerabilities, El Niño effects, and cellular machines.
Two plow trucks, 225 tons of salt, and other campus snow removal stats.
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.
Photos from the archives and readers like you.
Recent faculty, staff, and alumni obituaries.
Questions for the Nobel Prize–winning behavioral economist.
Radio dramatist Arch Oboler, EX’36, shone a light on the horrors of humanity—in fiction and in reality.
At 18, Jack Schultz, AB’50, began a journey that set the course for the rest of his life.
A new major in data science helps undergrads make sense of it all.
The cold, hard figures behind an alumni dessert company. Plus: “Nice cream” cups
Rhythmic gymnast Liza Merenzon, Class of 2023, took a trip to Tokyo before her retirement.
A temporary version of an ancient design to help students be in the moment.
For $50, Sophie Kihm, AB’19, AM’20, will name your baby (satisfaction not guaranteed).
Paul Kaufman, AB’00, did mock trial in high school. Now he runs the show.
A list of beginner’s birds for aspiring birdwatchers.
Un plus grand Centre à Paris? Mais oui!
Take a look at fall 2022.
“No one has cared to say.”