Law, Policy & Society

03.30.2012

The author—and College parent—talks about his most recent book on UChicago historian William Dodd, who was ambassador to Hitler’s Germany.

03.27.2012

I-House screens Fukushima documentary.

Mar–Apr/12

The Law School’s former dean of admission has made a lasting mark over four decades.

Mar–Apr/12

Mexico’s universal health care is both an achievement and a work in progress.

Mar–Apr/12

Thomas Frank fears the rise of conservative populism could deepen economic decline.

Mar–Apr/12

Strategist David Axelrod will lead a campus institute designed to be an ROTC for public service.

Mar–Apr/12

“Are you a member of the Communist Party?” George Anastaplo, AB’48, JD’51, PhD’64, refused to answer that question, a refusal that shaped his life.

01.27.2012

James C. Hormel, JD’58, shares his private and public battles.

University of Chicago News Office, January 19, 2012

David Axelrod, AB’76, will lead a new Institute of Politics to help students explore careers in public and social service.

01.17.2012

Education reformer Geoffrey Canada rallies MLK Day celebrants at Rockefeller Chapel.

Feb/94

The Gettysburg Address is short, to the point, and simple to memorize. But rhetoric and meaning combine in a way that makes Lincoln’s speech far more easy to admire than to duplicate.