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Author: Notre Dame Magazine staff

The editors of Notre Dame Magazine offer our latest list of blogs, essays, stories, videos and other gems by and about ND graduates and events.

The noted Catholic apologist Dinesh D’Souza and famed atheist Christopher Hitchens engaged each other at Notre Dame in The God Debate: Is Religion the Problem?. The lively event sold out the 875-seat Leighton Concert Hall on April 7, 2010.

U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander Matthew Frey, ND class of 1998, is serving a 12-month tour in Afghanistan. He blogs about his experiences in the war zone in Afghanistan Tour.

Cinematographer Alan McIntyre Smith, ND Class of 1997 shot the top 5 MTV music video Can’t Stand It, by Never Shout Never.

Gina Vecchione, ND class of 1997, won an Emmy in 2008 for her editing work on the documentary A Distant Shore: African Americans of D-Day. View clips of the documentary and other films she has edited. Also, see the music video of Vecchione as she performs as the blues singer Darla Sugar Candy.

An archive of past Notre Dame Student Film Festival films is available at iTunes U.


If you know of any links by or about Notre Dame graduates that would be networthy, email the information to Notre Dame Magazine at ndmag@nd.edu.


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