A special edition of Notre Dame Magazine commemorating the life of Father Theodore Hesburgh, CSC, is now available through the magazine offices.
The president of Pixar and Disney Animation Studies explores the questions of leadership and creativity in his book Creativity.
By The editors
Stories of military courage, sacrifice, struggle and loss have graced our pages from the beginning. We share three of them anew to mark Memorial Day 2015.
British-born Josephine Massyngbaerde Ford, a theology professor at Notre Dame from 1965 to 1998, was one of the school’s trail-blazing women. She died this past Saturday, May 16, at age 86.
Given the tumultuous history between the two countries, how would Haiti welcome the first official visit by a President of France?
Welcome to Molarity Redux, the 77th strip in the updated, continuing adventures of Jim Mole and friends. Campus is growing and growing.
By Carol Schaal
“Everyone loves a royal romance,” Nicholas, the prince of Wales and Great Britain’s future king, tells his girlfriend, American Bex Porter, in The Royal We, a novel that imagines a life lived once one’s prince has come.
Rejection, self-incrimination, sidelong glances, collectibles. It’s just another ride on the Molarity time machine.
I found myself on a nine-hour flight with no television, no Internet and all my downloaded films mysteriously deleted from my e-reader. While wondering how I was going to pass the time, I remembered I had downloaded Still Alice, a book which has been on my to-read list for nearly a decade.
Welcome to Molarity Redux, the 75th strip in the updated, continuing adventures of Jim Mole and friends. A little Gospel gossip…