Profiles and Q&As
New York Times:
The A.V. Club:
- Ira Glass interview
- Andy Richter interview
- Linda Cardellini: Random Roles
- How Conan sketches are chosen and written
- War Stories From Chicago Kids' Entertainers
- Kim Brooks is an unhelicopter mom
- Dan Savage on LGBTQ Republicans and His Plan for Election Day
- Ask Amy About Herself Already Advice columnist Amy Dickinson on her new memoir and a backup career dream
- Luvvy Ajayi: A Side-Eye Manifesto
- March 2005 Issue: "A is for Amy"
- "The Showoff"
- "You Should Know...Nora Dunn"
Crain's Chicago Business: Meet the men who built @properties into the biggest real estate game in town
- A MacArthur "Genius Grant" Winner's Brain-Boosting Pursuits
- Out Of Office With The Founder Of Ghana's Asheshi University
Northwestern University: Q & A with Professor Ellen Wartella
University of Chicago:
- Soar Winner Founded by Louise Shimmel, '77, the Cascades Raptor Center rescues more than 300 sick or injured birds of prey each year.
- Doing something without doing everything: Lars Peter Hansen shapes the legacy of Chicago economics.
- Comic timing: W. Kamau Bell prepares for his next upswing in the roller coaster business of comedy
Wine Enthusiast: Wine Shop Spotlight: Wine Goddess in Evanston, Illinois
ASU W.P Carey School of Business Alumni Magazine: The serious side of entertainment (I covered Teglas, O'Connor, and Zimmerlich)
Berkeley Haas Magazine: Profile of Suzann Priest-Cabling, CFO of Jackson Square Properties
Building for the Future: The University of Chicago Office of Gift Planning:
- Small town, big impact -- After his brain-tumor diagnosis, Chicago Booth employee Brian Thomas set up a scholarship fund for UChicago undergrads.
- Rare finds: Neil Harris and Teri Edelstein plan to share their passion for rare illustrated books with future generations.
- The Goddess with the Blood Red Eyes: If a rare disease steals your eyesight, you might as well drink good wine.
- Daredevil -- This blind athlete loves being noticed.
- Putting A Face To America's Ableism Born with facial paralysis, the work of author, feminist, and public speaker Sarah Hollenbeck strives to get America to address the uncomfortable truth of its prejudices.
- Putting A Funny Face On Crohn's Disease -- Samantha Irby has made a career out of being witty about the unmentionable.
- Agent lupus in the F.B.I.As an FBI agent, Shahna Richman was trained to handle everything from bank robbers to serial killers, but it never prepared her for lupus.
Michigan Law Quadrangle: Asim Rehman, '01: Overseeing The Nation's Largest Police Department