Arts & Humanities
Cinephiles look back on the first-ever Black women’s film festival.
For 50 years Janet Flanner, EX 1914 (1892–1978), shared her witty, sharp observations of Europe with New Yorker readers.
Strollers carry children, Goldfish crackers, and multiple meanings.
A new public art project, Exemplary, asks who we honor at UChicago and why.
Doc Films turns 90. An alum hits middle age (and then some). The shared memories are timeless.
From Sophocles’s Antigone, translated by Gabriela Garcia, Class of 2023.
A debut cookbook by pastry chef Hadley Sui, AB’15, was inspired by anime.
The nation's oldest student film society, by the numbers.
Did you miss this year’s Humanities Day? We’ve got you covered.
In her histories of globalism, migration, families, and children, Tara Zahra reveals the fine cracks in foundational stories.
Rich Murray, AB’94, finds the stuff of life for beloved TV characters.
David Fulton, SB’64, has owned some of history’s most treasured violins, violas, and cellos. Now he’s telling their stories—and his own.