Features

The World Is Their Classroom

by Matt Cashore ’94

A Notre Dame education has always had its international exposures, but this generation of students is learning, leading and serving in some of the roughest spots on earth.
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Bigots I Have Loved

by Mark Phillips

The prejudices I knew as a boy shaped my soul and left lingering sensitivities I carry with me today. How distant is that past?
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Happiness Is

by Andrew Santella

If your best, most diligent efforts to be happy still aren’t working, maybe you’€™re just trying too hard.
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Shovels Ready

by John Nagy ’€™00M.A.

Get tomorrow’s civil engineers dreaming, and you may have the answer to our infrastructure problems.
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The Differences Are Similar

by R. Scott Appleby ’€™78

Tomorrow’€™s world may be shaped by Catholic-Muslim relations. It would help all of us to recognize the common ground instead of pointing across the divide.
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The Reluctant Domer

by Peter Graham ’84

A family reunion always reminds us that some are closer to the hearth than others, but there’s still a place to come home to.
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Rocket Launched

by Walton Collins ’€™51

Kevin Ford ’82 fulfilled his life’€™s dream when he was flung into space at 3,000 miles per hour and piloted the space shuttle Discovery on its mission to the International Space Station.
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Domers who have gone before

 

Other Notre Dame graduates have traveled in space.
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CrossCurrents

A love that scares me

by Lisa McKay ’03M.A.

A proper upbringing

by William O’Brien ’81

Late night with the American pundit

by Bob Schmuhl ’70

Recent blogs

Dreams of Sleep

by Maraya Steadman ’89, ’90MBA

Molarity Redux: The ‘F’

by Michael Molinelli ’82

The Betty White phenomenon

by Christine Becker

Winter Olympics: past and present

by John Soares

Bob Burns; May his memory be cherished

by J. Philip Gleason

Ralph McInerny had our number

by Michael Garvey

Miss Christman, elegant and gracious

by Margaret Fosmoe ’85

Pondering the true: A remembrance of Professor Crosson

by Walter Nicgorski

Unbalanced: The giants, gone

by Carol Schaal ’91M.A.

Muslim-Christian relations: If not brothers, good neighbors

by Gabriel Said Reynolds

Another email: Reports from Haiti

by Kerry Temple ’74

The aftermath: Haitian photo gallery

by Dr. Daniel J. Towle ’77

After the quake: Help for Haiti

by Dr. Ralph P. Pennino ’75

An angry mob and an earthquake

by Joey Leary ’09

The battle for Oscar: Avatar vs. Hurt Locker

by Christine Becker

J.D. Salinger: ‘Detachment, Buddy’

by William Krier

The right to live

by Dan Philpott

A zest for living

by Sister Ann Astell

Thoughts on the Supreme Court ruling

by Rick Garnett and Lloyd Mayer

Roe and me

by John Nagy ’00M.A.

Movie review: Extraordinary Measures

by Christine Becker

Another email: I hereby resolve to …

by Kerry Temple ’74

Unbalanced: The (gluten-free) staff of life

by Carol Schaal ’91M.A.

A Christmas yarn, slightly tangled

by Maraya Steadman ’89, ’90MBA

Finding the Christmas star

by Grant J. Mathews

A foremost Catholic scientist, remembered

by Richard Conklin ’59M.A.