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Then and Now

Over the past 125 years, the University of Chicago has evolved as an intellectual destination. The campus’s earliest buildings in the English Gothic architecture style remain a trademark of the University and a symbol of its scholarly legacy, but the institution now also encompasses new buildings by some of the most innovative and renowned architects in the world. 

This interactive “Then and Now” gallery showcases several notable locations on campus, with archival photos placed alongside present-day images. Together, these photos tell the story of the University’s ever-changing history, landscape, and community.