Art Professor Lisa Anne Auerbach collects photographs she took at Chicago punk and hardcore shows—in particular in mosh pits—in 1985 when she was a teenager.
What Is Love?
In this picture book, Mac Barnett ’04 and illustrator Carson Ellis present a fable about the nature of love, told from the perspective of a child.
Don’t Wait, Create: How to be a Content Creator in the New Digital Revolution
Erica Berry ’19 writes about the changing nature of the entertainment industry and how successful digital content creators found their creative voices, providing a roadmap for aspiring content creators.
Eyewitness to AIDS: On the Frontlines of a Pandemic
Bob Biggar ’64, a physician-epidemiologist from the U.S. National Institutes of Health, tells the story of AIDS and the HIV epidemic from its earliest discovery in 1981 to 2021, giving insight into how science brought this pandemic under a measure of control.
Dreaming of California
Grant Collier ’96 spent many months taking photos in California to capture the images for this children’s book about Pandora the Pelican and her exciting journeys through California past and present.