Last quarter everything was different—even the University's geography.
Lyrics from one of the tunes on Songs of the University of Chicago.
Healthy, inexpensive, simple, and quick.
First-year cross-country runners start the academic year off with an altitude adjustment.
Classes outside and in tents. Masks worn everywhere, even by the grotesques. Scenes from an Autumn Quarter that required some improvisation.
Two photographers show us what Autumn Quarter was like.
During a quarter when everything was different, a professor known for installation art took her painting class outside.
Two College alumni, working in New York City, sparked a global trend in tracking sustainability.
Seven anecdotes from a barrier-breaking academic career.
Songs of the University of Chicago, an unexpected pleasure in a difficult year.
During the pandemic, fourth-year Elma Ling Hoffman, an art history and religious studies major, adopts a feathered friend.
Which Chicago neighborhood would you buy (in candle form)?