by Lauren Shapiro
by Carol LaChapelle
by Thomas Vecchione '63
by Joan Sauro, CSJ
by David M. Shribman
Our country's progress and prosperity have been driven by people seeking profit, power and personal success. But we are held together by communal well-being, public service and devotion to the common good. Our future hangs in the balance.
by Daliah Singer
The object for Kathryn Mapes Turner '95 is not only to artistically render the visual record of what she sees, but to convey the character, grace and beauty of her beloved Wyoming.
by Brian Hobbins '01, '03M.Ed.
Fishing without the one who taught you how.
by Brendan O'Shaughnessy '93
A culture that once flourished in the American West left intriguing clues for archaeologists to learn what happened. Understanding that historic convergence of climate change, diminishing resources and violence might offer insights into the predicament we now face.
by Sarah Cahalan '14
Charles Brown '81 has been the confidant to popes, the Church's ambassador to Ireland and a Vatican guardian of Catholic doctrine. He's now the apostolic nuncio to one of Europe's most arcane yet interesting countries. Shumë mirë!
by Joel F. Harrington '81
Meister Eckhart, a visionary Catholic priest, is attracting a global following — for the truths he spoke 700 years ago.
by Matt Cashore '94 and Anna Nussbaum Keating '06
As a master furniture maker, Geoffrey Keating '00M.A. converts wood into functional works of art. But he accepted a grander mission when he agreed to recreate a house of God.