Change the World Summer 2006
Editor’s Note: Can you help?
Changing the world
With some promising chemistry, the Notre Dame Cancer Institute hopes to cut into that number.
Mystical experiences may simply be a way of conveying those rare encounters with God. But the true measure of their meaning may rest in the change in one’s heart—and actions.
‘I feel compelled to speak out. By doing so, I intend to redeem God from the ones who hold the Holy One captive in their own system of belief.’
A meditation on my father’s life and soul
The one who walked away: Violence on the South Bend streets
A commitment to the neighborhood
Seen and heard on campus
Letter from Campus: The red-carpet treatment
Notre Dame Commencement 2006: An unusually fun time
The class of 2006: Student profiles
Hall portrait: Flanner
A protest over paychecks
Deaths in the family
Cafe du Lac
Bonus copy: Reflections
It had been 22 years since Laurie Cuffe Kelley ’83, ’84MBA returned to the Notre Dame campus. She discovered that you can come home again.
Bonus copy: My Story
In our Spring 2006 issue, editor Kerry Temple ’74 asked alumni to send us their stories about “the Notre Dame you know.” We received several. Read what the essayists had to say My Story