The World Is Their Classroom Winter 2009-10
Editor's note: The Look and Feel
The World Is Their Classroom
A Notre Dame education has always had its international exposures, but this generation of students is learning, leading and serving in some of the roughest spots on earth.
Bigots I Have Loved
The prejudices I knew as a boy shaped my soul and left lingering sensitivities I carry with me today. How distant is that past?
If your best, most diligent efforts to be happy still aren’t working, maybe you’re just trying too hard.
Get tomorrow’s civil engineers dreaming, and you may have the answer to our infrastructure problems.
The Differences Are Similar
Tomorrow’s world may be shaped by Catholic-Muslim relations. It would help all of us to recognize the common ground instead of pointing across the divide.
The Reluctant Domer
A family reunion always reminds us that some are closer to the hearth than others, but there’s still a place to come home to.
Kevin Ford ’82 fulfilled his life’s dream when he was flung into space at 3,000 miles per hour and piloted the space shuttle Discovery on its mission to the International Space Station.
Domers who have gone before
Other Notre Dame graduates have traveled in space.
Across the blue line
Hockey scores a happier home
A ‘massive explosion of joy and music’
A 21st century window on the world
Designing a more human healthcare
Echoes: Something funny bites again
Seen and heard
A death in the family
The medical uses of stem cell research
Stem cells, defined
Letter from campus: The sport I love
Letters from readers
Mitsui wants you to see a movie
Cowboy? Ballerina? Engineer?
Café choice web extra
This isn’t heaven
Domers in the news
Deaths of Notre Dame alumni