Tomorrow's Church Spring 2005
Editor’s Note: Breaking News; The Perils of a Quarterly
John Paul II’s achivements have been extraordinary , but he leaves some challenges for the rest of us, including his successor.
The news reports gave people plenty of reasons to vote against the president, but George W. again claimed the country as his own. How did he paint American red?
Is the desire for God embedded in our DNA? Is religion fundamental to human nature?
As many Americans have abandoned the view that humans have a spirit within, we’ve become a culture with a missing peace.
The anagama kiln is a goddess, a dragon, the fiery wizard of art. When a band of sculptors put their work in its flames, the result if a launch into creative uncertainity.
Humanitarian aid workers are there on the front lines of famine and war, but they are coming under fire in the very areas they are trying to help. A report from one such victim.
There’s no question that Notre Dame and football are inseparably paired, and there’s no denying that winning is the object of the game.
A Jersey guy takes over one of the most storied traditions in college sports. Charlie Weis’ 78 embraces the challenge ahead.
The student media frenzy
Domers in the media
Student media capsule summaries
Letter from campus: Gung Hay Fat Choy
A death in the family: Edward Cronin
Seen and heard
Seen and heard: web extra
Hall portrait: Keenan
Domer’s Index: Random facts and figures about Notre Dame
The king of off-campus
Barred scholar resigns post
Folk Choir’s anniversary concert
Meeting through the Facebook
Swimming test still sinks some
Nuclear weapons course
Campus cemetery may open to alumni
Cafe du Lac
Bonus copy: Reflections
Accounting Professor George Viger and his wife, Jane, “adopted” Hawaiian students who felt far from home when they arrived in Indiana. Michael Dandurand, a 1984 ND graduate, remembers their warm welcome in My Notre Dame Parents
1984 ND graduate Louis Glunz decided his 20th reunion deserved more than a passing nod, so he bicycled from Chicago to Notre Dame last June to participate in the event. He reflects on his road trip in The Long Way Back
Bob Walsh, a 1948 ND graduate who participated in the Bengal Bouts, takes a look back at Max Marek, who left ND in 1935 to turn pro in Max Marek: The Notre Dame Man Who Beat Joe Louis.