Editor’s note: The world we live in
A report on campus sexual assaults.
Winds of change are stirring in Cuba, and Notre Dame’s School of Architecture is exploring opportunities to help the city of Havana frame its future while preserving the rich and classic beauty of its past.
We used to work hard to earn the American dream. Today our desires aren’t so patient. We’re driven by an appetite for instant gratification.
There’s a great and growing divide in America between the rich and the poor, and it’s threatening our economic health and tearing the national fabric.
Notre Dame hosts the American debut of an international exhibit whose lens focuses on pockets of poverty, violence and oppression around the world — and reminds us that we’re affected too.
A Mendoza professor is a leader in a global movement to save the planet and ourselves by sharing what we all have in common.
- This is the man who will fix South Bend
- A trip to the archives?
- Governor, meet students
- Should we talk about the weather?
- ‘Suite’ at 55
- ‘Near perfection’ — The 1936 Notre Dame championship basketball team
- Seen and heard on campus
- Deaths in the family
- Hey, look, it’s that guy you’ve seen in lots of movies and TV shows
- Average Joe styles world-class bread
- ND Folk Choir releases first live CD
- Cafe choice