On closing the distances imposed by COVID-19.
The museum’s public outreach taps the littlest Egyptologists.
Erich Rosenthal, AM’42, PhD’48, escaped Nazi Germany to attend UChicago. His parents remained and perished. Decades later, his son Ted Rosenthal has memorialized their tragic family history in music.
Twins Laurie and Lynne Butler—one a UChicago chemistry professor, the other a double alumna—discuss math, horses, and a college boyfriend who never got them confused.
English professor Will Pritchard, AM’92, PhD’98, reflects on the “tender coincidences” that occur when father and son teach the same book.
Santas and swords at the Smart.
Davida Williams, AM’82, helps foster families navigate trauma and find trust.
Greg Bellow, AB’66, AM’68, reclaims his acclaimed father, novelist Saul Bellow, X’39, from those who would adopt him as their own.
Researching her mother’s story of wartime flight and lost love, a journalist finds the truth richer and stranger than any fiction.
The tales we tell about our parents, and they about us.