South Bend’s Sappy Moffitt League Spring 2023
by Nicholas Mainieri ’06
Here’s what can happen when grown-ups aren’t ready for their playing days to be over.
by David Shribman
‘It is the attribute not exhibited, the disposition not there, the characteristic apparent only in its absence, the one distinction demonstrated not in what is, but in what isn’t.’
by Joseph Kaboski
On the ground in Soroti, Uganda, the Notre Dame economist has been working to improve the quality of life for those whose faith has moved him.
by Debra Javeline
When hundreds of hostages were killed during a shootout in southern Russia in 2004, the world got a glimpse of how Vladimir Putin values human life.
by David McGrath
How could I forget the dirty little secret of those idyllic summers at the farm in Minnesota?
by Michael Rodio ’12
You are the first hospitalized COVID-19 patient in Minnesota and the first such patient on ECMO in the Western Hemisphere. The hospital hides your name on the records for privacy.
by Terrence Keeley ’81
When his Swiss father-in-law chose assisted suicide, the Catholic son-in-law weighed the rights and wrongs and meanings of a good death.
by John Nagy ’00M.A.
The Wilson Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities is aiming to — yes — end poverty in American through research, scholarship and frontline savvy. The early returns are encouraging.
- Students at work
- Delivered by robot
- Flipping off his smartphone
- Deep ND roots at “The Lilacs”
- What it takes to fight
- An “Educated Youth” goes back to school
- Deaths in the family