The Meaning of Notre-Dame de Paris Autumn 2022
by Paul Elie
After a severely damaging fire in 2019, Notre-Dame de Paris undergoes a restoration.
by Jason Kelly ’95
The global health community is tantalizingly close to eradicating the dreadful Guinea worm disease, and three Notre Dame alums are there to help close the book.
by Patrick Angulo ’13
Or: How I learned my heart needed a hit to its restart button
by Liam Farrell ’04
As Dava Newman ’86 strives to get us to Mars, her personal goal is simple — to reach human potential.
by Andrew Santella
‘The explanation for why we are so addicted to complaining may be a simple one: because there is so much to complain about.’
by John F. Fisher ’65
A seasoned physician counsels a new generation of aspiring M.D.’s
Photo essay by Matt Cashore ’94
The senior university photographer uses a drone and an artist’s eye to delight the earthbound.
by Jessica Keating Floyd ’13M.Div.
‘Discussion about abortion remain limited by a binary framework of competing rights, the terms of debate accepted as immutable. But they are not.’
- The books that changed lives
- The swirling swifts of Columba Hall
- What your smartphone knows about you
- Major changes
- Your money’s no good here
- Sorin’s new west wing
- Study spots
- Deaths in the family