More than meets the eye Although the
eye is vision's front door, the brain creates perception.
Researchers want to reveal how the mind translates
light into visual experience.
Seven: take three In the third
installment of a four-year project, the Magazine
revisits our Chicago Seven. Less engaged in extracurricular
activities and more focused on the future, the
College third-years are, by their own admission,
Glimpses Meet William
F. Browder, AB'85. As head of Hermitage Capital
Management, Browder's making money for his investors—and,
he hopes, making Russia a better place.
at the seams A new Center
for Creative and Performing Arts could alleviate
Chicago's artistic overflow—and develop
a model for nurturing the arts at a research institution.
historian's task in time Over the
course of six decades at Chicago, historian Karl
J. Weintraub became synonymous with Western Civilization
in the Core. His 1984 Ryerson Lecture shows why.