University News

Mar–Apr/12

The Magazine lists a selection of general interest books, films, and albums by alumni. For additional alumni releases, browse the Magazine’s Goodreads bookshelf.

Mar–Apr/12

... the University of Chicago captain's chair cost $30? ... the Medici was at 57th and Blackstone? ... John Mayer had a popular album?

Mar–Apr/12

Some sights, sounds, smells, touches, and tastes can send you back to the quads.
Mar–Apr/12

An investment in Indian studies, a new clothing store for Hyde Park, and support for violence interrupters.

Jan–Feb/12

Chicago researchers find empathy in rats, the positive effect of negative criticism, the cancer risk of a big belly, and the importance of language to young children’s identity.
Mar–Apr/12

Chicago researchers investigate the irresistible smartphone temptation, why organs don’t always go to the neediest patients, whether evolution happens head first or tails first, and how long hypertension patients have to get their blood pressure under control.

University of Chicago News Office, 02.27.2012

A leader on the undefeated women’s basketball team, Taylor Simpson, '12, aspires to become a surgeon.
Mar–Apr/12

Alumni and friends write on what’s missing from education at Chicago (and from the Magazine’s coverage), David Axelrod’s (AB’76) new campus role, and Martin Luther King Jr.’s campus address.

Mar–Apr/12

Recent faculty, staff, board, and alumni obituaries.

Mar–Apr/12

Marking his 30th year at the University, Provost Thomas Rosenbaum reflects on the constancy of change.

Mar–Apr/12

A Special Collections exhibit on student life.

02.28.2012

Clarke’s diner satisfies students’ hunger all night long.