Editor’s note: Life goes on
Notre Dame physicists gaze into the heavens, searching the stars and infinite darkness, reading the clues to make sense of the awe.
At the end of this life on Earth we all face a journey into the mysterious unknown.
“Whether globalization contributes to the common good is a question that has been answered: Yes, some of the time. The more pertinent question is how globalization, through business, can serve society.”
Paul Tierney ’64, once known as a corporate raider and a savvy, successful fund manager, is now making bold impacts by bringing venture capital into what he calls frontier markets. And doing some real good.
Wherever they’re headed, whatever they’re wearing, most of Cambodia is up with the dawn and moving with purpose, dodging one another with a stoic ease that still escapes this author.
After a decade as a doctoral student, Geoffrey Keating ’00M.A. finds his true calling as a furniture maker.
- ND’s deep freeze
- Battling winter doldrums
- When winter hands you lemons
- Live from South Bend . . . er, Cairo
- Psyching kids for physics
- ‘To infinity and beyond’
- Transfer-mation: What it’s like to transfer to Notre Dame
- Echoes: The Collegiate Jazz Festival
- Seen and heard
- A death in the family
The Spirit Campaign
- A Wiser take on television
- Family hour
- The screenwriters’ novel road
- RuneWarriors coming attractions
- Cafe choice