What is to be done?
Invited to pretend they could write 300 words for the next State of the Union address, here’s what Notre Dame faculty penned.
Sometimes I lie awake at night and wonder where His love is.
Notre Dame fan Jack Riley has used a team approach to wage war against drug lords and dealers. His life has been a long and tenacious fight to end up on the winning side.
Thirty thousand feet above the North Atlantic, somewhere between Greenland and Newfoundland, strapped in the darkened cabin among the silent, the dozing, the dazed — they come for me.
The South Bend native has twice led the women’s basketball team to the national finals. But that’s only part of her story.
How Notre Dame came to be home to a treasure trove of long-buried documents that provide an intimate and previously unknown accounting of the Russian Revolution.
Dick Miller ’60 has improvised a life as rich and roving as a flight of jazz. And the tunes keep rolling along.
- Having coffee with…Peter Holland
- Act of inclusion
- Giving them what they need
- Echoes: Washington Hall
- Seen and heard
- Deaths in the Family