A week after Romney lost the election, Mormon students explain their religious beliefs.
Then you should talk to Margaret Viola.
In the 1960s the University almost brought a Catholic women’s college to Woodlawn.
A quirky old house becomes Creative Writing’s new home.
UChicago nerds don't just read science fiction. Some of them write it.
Office hours with Adam Green
A historian tells his own story.
Alexander Saxton, failed novelist and unapologetic Communist, became an eminent historian of labor.
Please ... and thank you.
Alumni share memories of swim tests and cheating in P.E.
Top ten: Laugh lines
Ten best jokes from the 2011-12 Off-Off Campus season.
Words and quotes
Excerpts from UChicago Compliments.
How to ...
... cast an ancient Greek love spell.
Single, double, and triple majors.
Modo Rockefeller, chapel cat.
The University of Chicago Magazine has been published continuously since 1907; here are the features from the Jan–Feb/13 issue:
A passage to India
In 1956, two new PhDs drove a Land Rover from Austria to India to begin the research that would be their life’s work. Notes from their journey.
Under the covers
Isaac Tobin’s designs for University of Chicago Press books provoke readers to take a deeper look.
Exploring the attributes of low light, an architect and a physicist try to cultivate a dim awareness.
Needle and threat
The road to safe, reliable bioweapon vaccines for children is fraught with ethical peril. On campus last fall, experts began to plot it out.
Benjamin Elijah Mays, AM’25, PhD’35, was the conscience of the civil rights movement.