Stories of Notre Dame Spring 2006
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Stories of Notre Dame
One night in January, by Kerry Temple ’74
My second-time around, by Matt Storin ’64
A member of the family, by Ed Cohen
My story, Stories by ND family members
Today’s physicists have rendered a portrait of the cosmos that is stranger and more spectacular than any science fiction.
Notre Dame’s Seers, by John Monczunski
Many Domer 20-somethings are so set on establishing careers that the post “a relationship,” especially if it means romance. Or love. Or marriage.
Miles to go before I wed, by Heather Treseler
Notre Dame’s Tom Whitman and his students have gone into the homes of children with this mysterious developmental disorder to combat the disabilities it has inflected.
‘I don’t know where Hannah went,’ says Maura Weis
Why do good, smart people do bad things? The formual for The Fall is ancient but a lot more nuanced than you might expect.
M. Clay Adams, Rockne and Notre Dame in the 1930s by Joe LaCosta
Special report: Academic freedom and Catholic values
Creators of knowledge: research initiatives at Notre Dame
Seen and heard on campus
Hall portrait: Lewis
Notre Dame trustees meet in Rome
Try a little (Holy Cross) brotherhood
Preachin’ the blues
Football recruits arrive early
Prescription poetry: Doctors nurse their creative side
Big mold in the Big Easy
The Snite: Where the art is
Cafe du Lac
Bonus copy: Reflections
Jerry McKenna ’62 realized a dream when he was commissioned to create a sculpture of the man he idolized, Notre Dame’s legendary football coach Knute Rockne. He talks about his work and his idol in his Reflection Sculpting Rockne.
After the November 12 ND-Navy football game, Coach Charlie Weis and his team stood respectfully as the Navy band played its alma mater. Tom Cutler, a retired lieutenant commander in the Navy, recalls how that sight brought him to tears in his Reflection Our Lady Queen of Class, first printed in the Naval Institute’s Proceedings magazine.