From South Bend to Shakespeare Autumn 2017
by Jason Kelly ’95
On the journey of a lifetime to perform in England, the young actors of the Robinson Shakespeare Company experience the power of words and the dazzle of spectacle, the weight of history and the height of creativity.
by Michael N. McGregor
In his essays, novels and life, Brian Doyle ’78 traveled to the very edges of reality, spirit, nature and mystery.
by Andrew Santella
We humans have devised a medley of responses to cope with the specter of death.
by Daniel LeDuc ’83
New construction transforms a campus being remodeled to advance the University's ambitions.
by Richard W. Garnett
What does the nation's conscience now say about the value of human lives?
by Tess Gunty ’15
Meditations of a once-aspiring mystic on the brink of growing up.
by Kenneth Garcia ’08Ph.D.
About a mile beneath the surface of the Earth, where miners once searched for gold, Notre Dame physicists now dig for unseen secrets of the universe. And Ken Garcia is on their trail.
by Katie Rose Quandt ’10
Shayne Bushfield ’94, aka Thorsten A. Integrity, quit his job to run an online game now played by 8,500 of the smartest people in the world.
by Nathan Stone ’79
The women of Chile danced alone back then, dancing for the Families of the Disappeared, as a way to denounce the senseless loss of sons and lovers stolen in the dark of night, never seen again.
- A closer walk
- Sifting through stardust
- Cosmic background
- Green machines
- What Notre Dame is made of
- Death in the family
- Padre Don
- Seen & heard