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05.06.2015

In his Nora and Edward Ryerson Lecture, Law School professor Geoffrey Stone, JD’71, explains why he thinks the Supreme Court will rule in favor of same-sex marriage.

03.10.2015

Surviving Charlie Hebdo journalist Zineb El Rhazoui says not everyone can be Charlie.

12.30.2014

Retiring professor Michael LaBarbera’s Invertebrate Biology class concludes with a view of an “alien landscape.”

Jan–Feb/15

Lawrence Lessig inaugurates the Berlin Family Lectures with a study of institutional corruption.

12.15.2014

Professor David Schloen discusses a dig in southeastern Turkey with unexpected and exciting results.

11.06.2014

Colleagues, friends, and family celebrate the economist’s work and life.

11.05.2014

MacArthur Fellow Tara Zahra discusses her latest project.

11.04.2014

Cathy Cohen examines the ever-shifting political landscape.

Nov–Dec/14

President Robert J. Zimmer introduces the University of Chicago Campaign: Inquiry and Impact, a major undertaking with transformative potential.

Nov–Dec/14

Novelist Matthew Thomas, AB’97, talks about learning to hear the story that wants to be told.

10.20.2014

Surprises at the Institute of Politics panel on climate change.

Spring 2014

Mathematical topography and a greater-than-usual disregard for sleep helped create a house tradition: the Shorey House maze.