The Soul of a University Spring 2004
Editor’s Note: A Note on the Contents
From Notre Dame to Iraq
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Notes from a breast cancer ward.
Many Catholics have left the church and many have come home. Here are some reasons why.
Those plenary indulgences may have granted salvation, but there was never much relief from that good old-fashioned Catholic guilt.
Solitude may be something desired, but loneliness is a soul destroyer. How do you get one without the other?
Core Course: A Death in the Curriculum
Letter from Campus: Love, Notre Dame Style
Deaths in the family
Seen and heard
Seen and heard: web extra
Hall portrait: Cavanaugh
NBC contract extended through 2010
Tribe sues over piece of campus
Basilica houses relics of saints
Are Juniper Road’s days numbered?
Siegfried Ramblers win one for ‘The Owner’
Overplayed party songs
How successful was the ND ticket office in cracking down on football ticket reselling?
How did Notre Dame’s hurling team do in its first year?
How’s the endowment looking after a year in which the stock market recovered?
Cafe du Lac
Bonus copy: Reflections
Bigger than Winter. Mickey Reilly visits campus and pays a touching tribute to her brother, Hugh E. Reilly ’76.
Memories from Another Century. Armiger (Joe) Sommers ’42, ’43M.S., ’48Ph.D. takes a walk on the nostalgic side.
Notre Dame Way Back When. Jerome Ledvina shares his fond memories of Notre Dame, including those infamous rules of discipline.