Over 50 years, Patric McCoy, AB’69, has collected 1,300 pieces of art and made them into a piece all his own.
A short story by Ted Cohen, AB’62.
Questions for a cappella group Rhythm and Jews.
This cinematic lip-lock made history.
It’s the end of the working world as we know it in Ling Ma’s (AB’05) dystopian novel Severance.
Bill Nowlin, AM’69, made a home for folk music as cofounder of Rounder Records.
UChicago’s multi-hyphenate hosts a poetry reading-lecture-conversation.
The facialist to the stars gives a thumbs-up to K-beauty and DIY masks
Start by eating healthy and wearing sunscreen, says Hollywood’s go-to aesthetician Joanna Vargas, AB’93.
Matinee idol and Oscar nominee Sessue Hayakawa is widely remembered as a UChicago alumnus. But was he? We tried to separate fact and myth in the storied actor’s biography.
Henry Horenstein, EX’69, captured the end of a country music era.
Rubbed-out doodles in the pages of a medieval manuscript show that the human impulse to censor plays out on scales large and small.