The University of Chicago Magazine

Spring/17

What if you took a language class and actually learned to speak?

Spring/17

Revisiting days gone by in the pages of the Magazine.
Spring/17

How Ken Ono, AB’89, found life in and outside of math.

Spring/17

Henry Steele Commager (1902–1998), PhB’23, AM’24, PhD’28, was a US historian for the people.

Spring/17

By studying handedness, psychologist Daniel Casasanto hopes to understand the relationship between body and mind.

Spring/17

A UChicago alumnus is challenging the conventional wisdom on mass incarceration.

Spring/17

The Magazine sits down with the leader of the University’s new level I adult trauma center.

Spring/17

Graduate student Benjamin Blanchard’s enthusiasm about ants fuels his scientific research.

Spring/17

Raghuram Rajan reflects on his time at the Reserve Bank of India and coming back to academia.

Spring/17

Five alumni helped launch the first museum celebrating American literature.

Spring/17

UChicago scholars examine charitable giving behavior, Earth’s iron isotopes, universal flu vaccines, and predictors of STEM success.

Spring/17

Pritzker professor Mindy Schwartz hopes that examining artifacts like a 19th-century surgical kit will help her students feel connected to medicine’s rich past.