During the pandemic, fourth-year Elma Ling Hoffman, an art history and religious studies major, adopts a feathered friend.
So small, you might mistake it for a boson.
Tree House Humane Society’s cat café showcases adoptable felines on a mission to find their forever homes.
How a lawyer-turned-scientist-turned-entrepreneur helped establish Afghanistan’s first national park.
Connecting human and feline communities in Chicago.
Chicken hawks on the quad.
Thoughts on life at Rockefeller, squirrels, and Phil the Phoenix.
From our print archive: A bull snake in 1937 enjoys campus life, “siestas under the Victrola.”
Zachary Cannon, AM’99, became attuned to the natural world all around him in Chicago’s urban landscape.
Retiring professor Michael LaBarbera’s Invertebrate Biology class concludes with a view of an “alien landscape.”
Scientists turned to nature to solve a high-tech problem.