Monk Winter 2004–05
Editor’s Note: Flying with Monk
For almost two decades the Holy Cross priest has shepherded Notre Dame through one of its most auspicious eras.
A son goes to fight in Iraq, and his father wages battles of his own.
A Notre Dame research team has gone to Gibraltar to study the symbiotic relationship of two primate species — the venerable but sometimes pesky macaques and their human counterparts.
Notre Dame’s M.Div. program has heeded the call by training the ministry for tomorrow’s church and by educating them to both serve and lead.
My body was carrying me further and further away from the life I had intended to live.
On assignment with the Peace Corps in Bolivia, Walter Poirier ‘00 mysteriously vanished, leaving no clues, a pall of unanswered questions and a wide circle of love ones who cannot believe he’s gone.
Boys’ Night In: Gaming
Letter from campus: Boys in Disguise
A death in the family: Jack Mooney
Seen and heard
Seen and heard: web extra
Hall portrait: Farley
Determination, ‘Dad,’ helped alumna succeed
ND 13th best in new study
$3 million to combat brain drain
Domers at the helm
Irish tongue becoming talk of campus
Name these Domers
Student International Business Council: The great unknown of campus groups
Bush-Kerry: The student vote
Cafe du Lac
Bonus copy: Reflections
Notre Dame offers international study programs in places from Austria to Australia. Mary C.S. Feilmeyer, a 2001 ND graduate, traveled to Jeusalem in 2000, just before the University put the program on hiatus because of the rising level of violence in the area. In A Year in Jerusalem, she reflects on her stay and the pull she still feels for the area.
In Irish Grudges, 1962 Notre Dame graduate Tom Walsh writes about his conversation with Los Angeles Times sportswriter Jim Murray, who talked about his meeting at Notre Dame with Father Ned Joyce, CSC.