In her histories of globalism, migration, families, and children, Tara Zahra reveals the fine cracks in foundational stories.
David Fulton, SB’64, has owned some of history’s most treasured violins, violas, and cellos. Now he’s telling their stories—and his own.
Rich Murray, AB’94, finds the stuff of life for beloved TV characters.
Astrophysicist Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (1910–95) illuminated stellar evolution.
These award recipients bleed maroon.
Readers sound off on forensic science, laboratory tales, and more.
Douglas W. Diamond’s banking research gave UChicago its 97th Nobel.
Illinois has a new media literacy law—by a high schooler, for high schoolers.
Did you miss this year’s Humanities Day? We’ve got you covered.
Before the movie and the song, Ellen Cassedy’s (EX’72) organization 9to5 revolutionized the working lives of American women.
The past, present, and future of UChicago discoveries.
UChicago men's soccer celebrates a landmark season.
Strollers carry children, Goldfish crackers, and multiple meanings.
Plague genes, biased crime reporting, privacy hacks, and conductive Play-Doh.
The nation's oldest student film society, by the numbers.
A selection of the latest headlines from across campus.
The Magazine is delighted to present the 2023 Alumni Award recipients. A celebration of their achievements is planned for Alumni Weekend, May 18–21, 2023.
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.
Lessons from a life of bridge.
Recent faculty, staff, and alumni obituaries.
Questions for the sports marketer, co-owner of a National Women’s Soccer League team, and new Alumni Board president.
A lighthearted look at the College’s longest-serving dean
Doc Films turns 90. An alum hits middle age (and then some). The shared memories are timeless.
A new public art project, Exemplary, asks who we honor at UChicago and why.
Is there a book inside that concrete block—or a half-century-old joke?
Hard work plus talent plus … elaborate handshakes?
A former Maroon assistant wins a title her first year in charge.
A quick lap with race car driver Andre Castro, AB’22.
An excerpt from the 2022 Aims of Education address.
A century-old shipwreck just north of Promontory Point has Paleozoic origins.
As of Autumn Quarter 2022, these are the most popular College majors and minors. Students can declare more than one of each.
A roundup of College news.
In the Q&A section of the College Review, the Core’s email newsletter, we asked alumni to tell us about a memorable summer job.
A debut cookbook by pastry chef Hadley Sui, AB’15, was inspired by anime.
An ancient Iowan superpredator grew up fast.
From Sophocles’s Antigone, translated by Gabriela Garcia, Class of 2023.