The Once and Future Neighborhood Winter 2007–08
Editor’s Note: A good read
Urban designers are fusing yesterday’s principles into tomorrow’s cities and towns. Notre Dame has taken a leading role in creating that blueprint.
The story of immigration is a complex collection of statements, studies and personal narratives that pose conflicting truths and vexing questions.
Despite four centuries of history, Catholicism in Latin America did not find its voice until Vatican II. Four decades later it is still grappling with growing pains.
Notre Dame’s Gustavo Gutierrez is simply one of the Western Hemisphere’s foremost theologians.
Sloan Satepauhoodle, Notre Dame class of 1989, is one of the Shadow Wolves, an elite posse of Native Americans guarding the Tohono O’odham Nation and the United States from drug traffickers.
A photo of Father Hesburgh and Martin Luther King singing “We Shall Overcome” is installed at the Smithsonian Museum of American Art and Portraiture.
Wigged out? Worried? Frazzled? Some people call it “Americanitis.” So relax. Because if you don’t, the anxiety might kill you.
There was a time when people lived by the flight of the moon. We came and stood at their place to learn what they once knew.
A New Climate of Cooperation: Energy week
How blue and gold make green
Seen and heard on the Notre Dame campus
Letter from campus: Just One Season of Football, from John Carlson
Sifting through a stressful system: Help for immigrant students
Hall portraits: West Quad
Going, going, gone: Campus lost places
An extraordinary liturgy returns to campus
Malpass & Co. take high road to bottom line
CompeNDium: Insights from Notre Dame scholars
The New Browne: Menswear designer
Style Points: Christina Wolf couture
A Voice for African Women
Producing a winner
Cafe Choice: Creative work by ND people
Web extra: Books, CDs and DVDs in brief
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