This week 175 years ago, the state of Indiana granted Notre Dame its educational charter — a document that Fr. Sorin predicted would be among "the most precious monuments" held by the body that composed this story: the University of Notre Dame Archives.
By Eric Zorn
Need a breakfast break from Brexit and or a sugary diversion from the shutdown? Our latest Magazine Classic should do the trick.
This reflection on an afternoon in Paris was named an honorable mention in our 2018 Young Alumni Essay Contest.
Morgan Bolt, whose book Cancer Just Is was excerpted in our pages last summer, died in December at age 27. Here, Kerry Temple remembers the outsize impact of the writer's short life.
Our Photo of the Week series turns one year old this month! To celebrate, three contributors to the series will be sharing their favorite photos of the past year. First up: Notre Dame Magazine editor Kerry Temple '74.
By Kent Meyers
Science and reason can give us the "real" explanations for the events in our lives, but our latest Magazine Classic argues that it's sometimes more powerful to believe the myth.
Our first honorable mention entry from the 2018 Young Alumni Essay Contest steps inside a half-billion-dollar playground and discovers that the best things in life are sometimes the simplest.
B is for Bradbury, who pulled lots of A’s.
Welcome to Molarity Redux, the continuing adventures of Jim Mole and friends. The sun came up last Sunday morning.
Photo of the Week highlights images of notable happenings on campus and in the Notre Dame family around the world.