The Unseen Notre Dame Spring 2003
Editor’s Note:Introduction: Unseen Notre Dame
James Bacon was an eyewitness to Hollywood’s golden era and a confidant of the stars.
For many African-American students, Notre Dame has been a good school to be from, not at. That may be changing as more African Americans have a stake in the place.
Straddling the line can be tough for a student who is biracial.
To wonder at the mystery of existence is the first step toward swimming in the river of life, not just floating on it.
Bonus copy: Reflections
Mystery of freshman’s disappearance ends grimly
Deaths in the Family
Seen and heard
Seen and Heard web extra
Weathering the Economy
Colleges and universities more expensive than ND
Hall portrait: Morrissey
Applications way up
NDs 14th Rhodes Scholar
Where are the other Scholars?
NDbay bypasses bookstore
NDTV on cable
Rockne: Great coach, not-so-great novelist
ND backs affirmative action in admissions
Catholicism not the only religion on campus
Online checkbacks: Is Law professor Jimmy Gurule still tracking the Al Qaeda money trail? Status of lawsuit about ND’s ACE program.
Seeking the first farmers
Heading off hemophilia
Spotlights: Mom and I buy only . . .
Web extra spotlights: parasitic computing; malaria mosquitos’ genes; Doomsday Clock
Wondering Out Loud: Why did Japan attack Pearl Harbor?