A Foreign Policy Autumn 2003
Editor’s Note: A Note on the Contents
If Notre Dame picked its students strictly by SATs and GPAs, it wouldn’t be the place it is or what it hopes to become. (React Online story)
By striking first in the Middle East, the Bush Administration launched a radically different foreign policy, one scripted then shelved years ago.
Those who trespass against us deserve both justice and mercy. Those who pardon them will also free themselves.
His adventure is a story of America, the West, family, survival and the intricate web of life.
Popular culture is catching on to something Catholics have suspected for a long time – nuns are not what they used to be.
The teachings of the elders can be found at a Buddhist monastery and at home.
The author of Brideshead Revisited may have championed the Catholic faith, but his tour of America – and visit to Notre Dame – exposed another side of Evelyn Waugh.
An appreciation of Charles L. O’Donnell, CSC, poet and president.
What I learned at Notre Dame about diversity
Letter from Campus: Football fantasy camp
Deaths in the family
Seen and heard
Hall portrait: Alumni
Adviser: Grading Breaks Revealed at OSU could happen at ND
Ticket office cracks down on reselling
Library basement renovated
A senator in their midst
Legendary rebirth for senior bar
Cafe du Lac
Bonus Copy: Reflections
The Bear Truth by Thomas Hoban Sr. ’61