The love that dare not speak its name Summer 2004
Editor’s Note: A note on the contents
‘The love that dare not speak its name’âOscar Wilde
Articles on homosexuality
God gave me a gay son:
A father’s essay
Finding me here:
A student’s essay
Resolving family differences:
The policies at Notre Dame
Notre Dame’s Point Person:
An interview with the chair of ND’s Standing Committee for Gay and Lesbian Student Needs
What the church has to say:
The teaching of the Catholic church
My alternative lifestyle:
A celibate gay male’s essay
All the way home:
A gay male’s essay
React OnlineâRead the reactions to the articles on homosexuality.
Although threatened these days, the family vacation on wheels is the best way to see Americaâand much, much more.
To enjoy sports nowadays we must forget personalities, money, bad behavior and the rest of it, and keep our eye on the ball.
When bad things happen to good jobs.
Next leader of Notre Dame chosen
Father John Jenkins, CSC, profile
A look at the Jenkns family
Letter from Campus: Continuity
Deaths in the family
Seen and heard
Seen and heard: web extra
Commencement 2004: Page tells graduates race problems remain
Hall portrait: Breen-Phillips
Malloy to chair NCAA task force on gambling
Students need their bottles
Security monitors gone from women’s dorms
New professor is Muslim scholar
In a Michigan minute
Students urge ND to say “gracias, no” to Taco Bell
What happened with that Native American tribe’s lawsuit over Notre Dame property?
What’s the latest on the proposed closing of Juniper Road?
Did the University decide to cap enrollment in the business college?
Cafe du Lac
Bonus copy: Reflections
Shannon Reifsteck wrote the essay, Not a Tagalong, as a gift for her brother, Nick Reifsteck, who graduated from Notre Dame this year.
Daniel Stollenwerk ’80 offers a tribute to his mentor, Father Robert Schwenker, OMI, ’58, in The World of the Desperate and of the Saint.
Joseph Lewis Heil earned a degree in liberal arts from Notre Dame, but it is the music lessons that stay with him, he writes, in Mozart, Father Ted and Me.