Atlantic (April 2015)
David Nirenberg, an anti-Semitism scholar and dean of the Social Sciences Division, says the question of where Jews can feel safe shifts over time.
Hindu (March 26, 2015)
For philosopher Martha Nussbaum, "equal respect for persons and a careful use of the sympathetic imagination" are essential to a public sphere where citizens can flourish.
CNN (March 25, 2015)
Funmi Olopade, director of UChicago Medicine's Center for Clinical Cancer Genetics, says the actress made a life-saving decision to remove her ovaries.
Fortune (March 25, 2015)
Teresa Sullivan, AM'72, PhD'75, navigates a tumultuous tenure as the University of Virginia's first woman president.
New York Times (March 25, 2015)
In The World Beyond Your Head, Matthew Crawford, AM'92, PhD'00, argues that there is "a moral imperative to pay attention to the shared world."