On Top of the World Summer 2010
Editor’s note: Here and there
John Rudolf ‘70 had summited the highest peaks on six of the Earth’s seven continents. Next on his list was the seventh and highest of all. Here’s the story of the 62-year-old’s adventure at the top of the world.
From Mountaintop to Global Health
Notre Dame and South Bend have been braided by geography, history and a relationship that has been at times distant and knotty. But real change is coming as these neighbors see how badly they need each other.
Father Malloy paves the way; web extra
State of the Commons 2035; web extra
For decades doctors thought nothing could be done about Down syndrome. The latest research promises otherwise, and the Flatley family is working toward that day when research changes lives.
Step by step, the Haitians rebuild, and Notre Dame is very much a part of it.
My leap into tomorrow
Life has a certain way of sneaking up on you.
Gladly would they learn
‘Just us and Carnegie Hall’
Professors probe the power of the blog
In Italy’s ruined Abruzzo, architects envision a traditional future
The great outdoors graduation
The 2010 valedictorian
The 2010 honorary degree recipients
Seen and heard
Cell phones aid parenting
Saving the medicine of last resort
Communities opposed to gay marriage
Handling 10 million years of danger
Letter from campus
Letters to the editor
TV’s frequent flyer
Seeing the world, one kick at a time
The mother lode
Deep sea divers
Domers in the news
Deaths of Notre Dame alumni