(Collage by Laura Lorenz, source images from the University of Chicago Magazine archives)
What will you look up?
Turn back the pages (without the old-books aroma).

Since 1908, when the University of Chicago Magazine first set out to connect readers with the University and each other, typefaces and times have changed.

See for yourself when you visit the new Magazine archives. There you can search and read every issue from 1908 through 1995 (class notes and advertisements included).*

What hasnʼt changed is the Magazineʼs coverage of UChicago: big ideas and innovations, accomplished and adventurous alumni, strongly held views, and a dash of fun.

And we still rely on the kindness of readers like you. Your support helps the Magazine get the news out via print, email, web, and social media. Please consider a gift of $50; smaller or larger amounts are equally welcome.

Thank you for your support—and for being our readers.


* Thanks also to our friends at the University of Chicago Library’s Special Collections Research Center for digitizing the Magazine as well as the Cap and Gown, University Record, and Quarterly Calendar.