There was a time — not that long ago — when this family was caught in a generational conflict because of the attention-stealing media invading American homes in the 21st century.
There was a time — not that long ago — when this family was caught in a generational conflict because of the attention-stealing media invading American homes in the 21st century. Written by Marc Conklin ’91.
Read more about UNDERC-West and a historically and ecologically rich ranch along Montana’s remote Milk River.
Making the New Basilica Organ
Read more about the Basilica organ project.
Read more about Benjamin Sunderlin.
Go Irish, Fly Navy
In-cockpit GoPro video provided by Blue Angels, used with permission.
Read more about John Hiltz ’02 and the Blue Angels.
Sights and Sounds of Kakuma
Read more about Kakuma.
Making Rome Home
The Modern Last Supper
An apple’s tale
Snows fell early upon South Bend in 2013, but not before fifth-generation grower Kurt Weber harvested the last apples from his southwestern Michigan orchards about 45 minutes away from campus. Weber’s produce swelled the river of crisp fruit and fresh vegetables that flows southward from nearly 180 farmers in Berrien County and its neighbors each year, bringing locally harvested nutrition and genuine contentment to the Notre Dame family. Full story at magazine.nd.edu/news/44994.
“We’re All in This Together – Acoustic” by Katie Herzig is used with permission.
Dining Hall Time Lapses
Commencement 2013: Last Trip to the Basilica and Grotto
Muddy Sunday 2013
For a few days in the winter and a few more this spring, Chicago artist Mark McMahon was loose on campus. He would occasionally stop and set up shop with paper and pencil — sketching on location. The watercolors came later, back at his studio. The style is energetically spontaneous, freshly impressionistic, yet done with the eye and hand of a documentary artist seizing the living moment.…
The long, snowy South Bend winter has taken its toll on residents and students alike, but the Basilica of the Sacred Heart had an unexpected casualty this week.
A thank you to our readers and an inside look at deadline at the magazine office.
The University photographer takes us to some campus corners rarely seen and shares some fresh looks at familiar places.