From 1931 to the early 1960s, students in the College had to make the grade.
Marjorie Sullivan Lee, AB’43, lived in Foster Hall, roller skated in Ida Noyes, and watched Robert Maynard Hutchins go to work.
Test your knowledge of UChicago history.
The University marks the 75th anniversary of Chicago Pile-1, the world’s first controlled, self-sustaining nuclear reaction.
The University’s botanic garden celebrates its 20th anniversary.
Thoughts on academia, football, and that painting.
President Beadle and the secret campaign to beautify the campus.
Revisiting days gone by in the pages of the Magazine.
From our print archive: In a whirlwind campus visit in February 1994, novelist Kurt Vonnegut, AM’71, wowed a new generation of fans.
Socialists squeak by Communists! Impostor students! And more from the straw poll of 1936.