Now that the rules of engagement have changed, who will make sure that the military will act in good conscience?
A seminarian turned machine-gunner sees his first action in the mountains of Korea and now, 50 years later, replays the attack that made him a killer.
He knew that reading was necessary for them to save their lives. A drug dealer showed him which text offered them salvation.
Passing into the twilight of life does not have to be the beginning of the end. But it does require some cheerful adaptation.
Letter from Campus: We lived and died with him
Seen and heard around campus
Domers in the News
Deaths in the family
A push for the Northeast Neighborhood
Being a good neighbor
Campus construction projects
Great Books and PLS
ND-SMC marriages dwindle
A taste of poverty
A dancing martial art
ND gift from Regis Philbin
First female student body president
First African-American drum major
Father Elizondo named ‘future leader’
ND award to peace group founder