What Am I Doing Here Spring 2007
Editor’s Note: Whoa! What Am I Doing Here?
What Am I Doing Here?
The Stories That Save Us
A Tyrant on Trial
Called to Ground Zero
Made in China
We Might Get Arrested
Part of a Larger Purpose
My Walk into History
Missing in Action
At Home in the World
Daniela Papi Bikes Cambodia
Because Peter Is Here
John Crowley Takes Matters into His Own Hands
Only My Feet Are Numb
I Just Knew It Was Funny
Looking for the Next Big Thing
Why Notre Dame?
The Amazing World of Vittorio HÃ¶sle
Musings of a Mormon
Working Hard for a Living
Seen and heard on campus
Letter from campus: Happy 90th, Father Hesburgh
ND ASK: Student coalition targets Indiana’s death row
Scrabble Club channels a passion
Student film lampoons Roseland politics
Hall portrait: Pasquerilla East
Student health facilities, image, catch up with quality of care
Prayercasts package ND spirituality
Deaths in the Family
Pirates and Wookies and Orcs, Oh My
Books and music by ND people
Web extra: Books in brief
Picks of the week
Domers in the News
Bonus copy: Reflections
They traveled to Notre Dame from such women’s colleges as Rosary, Mundelein and Barat for proms, parties and pep rallies. Shelia Sullivan McIntyre, a 1958 graduate of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, was one of them, and she tells the story of the long commute, blind dates and magical moments of those ND campus visits in The Girls of Autumn.
In The Brusque and the Bountiful, Bernadette Shilts Curry ’90 writes about her emotional visit to campus and the act of generosity that restored her faith in the Notre Dame family.
John Marszalek ’63M.A., ’68Ph.D., recalls how a football weekend visit to campus with his grandson really did offer One Shimmering Saturday.
Another alum, Paul H. McCauley, M.D., ’66, who visited campus for a seminar, shares his story of a chance meeting at the Grotto in Who Was He?