Our Bodies, Our Souls Spring 2002
Editor’s Note: A Magazine of Many Parts
Humans have been studying themselves for ages, examining the body, exploring the soul. What they see often depends upon the lens through which they look.
Both science and religion seek the truth and ways to enrich our lives, but they also seem to be partners in a dance of confirmation, caution and incompatibility.
What began as a family memoir led to a “greater story” – what are we? where do we come from? how did we get here?
Many students from inner-city Chicago must overcome crime, poverty and overwhelming responsibility. This non-profit organization tries to help them succeed.
A PEAK volunteer motivates a teenager from Ecuador to focus on his studies.
A former seminarian reflects on changes in the Catholic faith and his relationship with the Church.
With his discipline and stoic demeanor, will Tyrone Willingham put the “fight” back in the Irish?
Letter from Campus: Keenan Revue
Seen and Heard Around Campus
Seen and Heard: Web Extra
Deaths in the family
Seniors face tough job market
New homes by the Dome
Hall Portrait: Saint Edward’s
Ice age finally dawns for women
Hesburgh makes tracks with Olympic torch
Starbucks coming; Alumni-Senior Club changing
Sorin’s monument, in English
Predominantly Irish still
Notre Dame Judges
Vagina Monologues stir debate
Empathy for Afghan Refugees
Face Recognition System
The First Line of Defense
The Glowing Eyes of the Zebrafish
The Parasite that Gave Cats a Bad Name
Pregnancy Mystery Solved
Mastering the Spiky Cell Trick
Prostate Cancer: Why the Boomerang?
Vitamin D and Breast Cancer
Building Better Blood
The New Sniper Drugs
Ratting on Prostate Cancer
Gunning for Malaria
Knowledge Is Power for Patients
Wondering out loud — Where’s the carbon in carbonated beverages?
Spotlights- Twinkie chronicles, market stature, NEH likes ND