Stop the Presses Spring 2008
Editor’s Note: What’s Happening Here?
What will it mean when newspapers become obsolete?
A journalist who was there questions the international reporting of the riots in Oaxaca.
As the news business adapts to the technological revolution, one clear lead emerges — everyone has a voice in this new interactive world.
What does today say about tomorrow in New Orleans?
Having Coffee With . . .
In which the editors of Notre Dame Magazine invite you to eavesdrop on their conversations with some interesting Notre Dame faculty members.
A 500-mile walk across Spain places this pilgrim on the path of saints and sinners, on the way to a new understanding of ancient themes.
Favorite campus corners
Web extra: more favorite campus places
Seen and heard on the Notre Dame campus
Letter from campus: Art Harvey, his presence endures
Death in the family: Paul P. Weinstein
A place to call home: New Orleans native finds comfort at Notre Dame
Presidential politics now: ND students invisibly engaged
Echoes: Mock political conventions, 1940-88
For startup, no time to waste
CompeNDium: Insights from Notre Dame scholars
Where stories are told
Painter drawn back to campus
Sharing hope, day by day: A CSC devotional
Cafe Choice: Creative work by ND people
Book excerpt: Known by Name: Inside the Halls of Notre Dame
Web extra: Books, CDs and DVDs in brief
Picks of the week
The Spirit Campaign
Before Joseph W. Schmidt ’35 attended his 65-year reunion at Notre Dame, he wrote and mailed a poem to his surviving classmates. He wanted, says his daughter, Joanne Schmidt, “to let them know how much ND and his classmates meant to him.” Mr. Schmidt died a year after that reunion, but his love of the University lives on in his words, which he called “The Domer.”