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Haiti panoramic

By Matt Cashore '94

Attend Mass in the rubble of Ste. Rose de Lima church in Leogane, Haiti, March 2010. This panoramic image provides a 360-degree view and there is audio, so be sure to turn volume up or down as appropriate.

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The Playroom: Don't push

By Maraya Steadman '89, '90MBA

I make a lot of parenting mistakes. Some are minor, like forgetting we need ketchup or, in a moment of desperation at the ice rink, putting Diet Coke in Emma’s sippy cup. Now she loves the stuff. This week I made a major mistake.

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My leap into tomorrow

By Lawrence S. Cunningham

Life has a certain way of sneaking up on you. It dawned on me one day that Lou Holtz was four coaches ago; many of my colleagues do not remember where they were when Kennedy was shot because they were not yet anywhere.

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In Italy’s ruined Abruzzo, architects envision a traditional future

By Jay Walljasper

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The earthquakes that recently rumbled Haiti, Chile and China also dominated the media with Richter-scale force. For a few days, it’s nonstop coverage as survivors are dragged from the rubble and families share their grief with the world. But as action shifts from the disaster itself to the arduous work of making life normal again — providing food, medicine, shelter and hope for those who have lost so much — the TV crews leave.…

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The great outdoors graduation

By John Monczunski

Notre Dame’s 165th commencement went back to the future on May 16. For the first time since 1959, the University’s graduation exercises were held outdoors in Notre Dame Stadium.

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Professors probe the power of the blog

By Susan Guibert ’87, ’93MCA

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If you’re a regular visitor to the land of blogs, then you’re familiar with its vast and varied citizenry: mad moms and money managers, political activists and poodle aficionados, all finding an audience and a niche online. Not surprising, then, that some Notre Dame faculty members regularly chime in and offer their own specialized expertise in the blogosphere.…

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The mother lode

By Notre Dame Magazine staff

At this point in her life’s journey, Maraya Steadman ’89, ’90MBA is a stay-at-home mother of three. Her Notre Dame diplomas hang in the laundry room as she struggles with trying to fold fitted sheets.

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