Hometown Winter 2005–06
Editor’s Note: Looking Back
Hometowns: The Heart and Soul of Our Beginnings, by Kerry Temple ’74
Land’s End, by Valerie Sayers
This is Your Archaeology, by David Devine ’94
Aboard Bucking Livestock. by Paul Higbee ’90 MCA
90 Miles from Chicago, by Carol Schaal ’91 M.A.
The Way We Do Things Here, by Alex Montoya ’96
It’s No Joke, by Ed Cohen
A Return to Familiar Pathways, by Richard Conklin ’59 M.A.
Where Belonging Is a Virtue, by Scott Russell Sanders
What Happened Here, by Michelle Krupa ’00
Darwin and Intelligent Design
The examination of life on Earth once again raises issues of science and faith, church and state, and the mystifying relationship between creation and Creator.
A Notre Dame Priest/Scientist Embraced Evolution
Letter from campus: Autumn Rituals
Seen and heard
Seen and heard: web extra
Hall portrait: Fisher
Katrina relief, Irish style
Speak like an Incan
âJesusâ appears at Grotto
Coach Weis fulfills child’s last wish
Fiesta Bowl ticket demand sets record
Where Fiesta Bowl money is going
Are student-athletes’ academics slipping?
Indiana’s ex-governor joins political science faculty
Fathers Hesburgh and Joyce statues unveiled
Rockne statue unveiled downtown
In search of Rockne’s grave
The Onion satirizes Notre Dame’s football program
The Irish of Phi Beta Kappa
What ND items sell for on eBay
Cafe du Lac
Bonus copy: Reflections
Edward Vasta ’52, an ND emeritus professor of English, recalls the man who made his mark at Notre Dame through his teaching, administrative work, poetry and impromptu cultural gatherings in his Reflection One of Our Own: Ernest Sandeen (1908-1997).