Whenever it’s possible, Father Theodore Hesburgh, CSC, likes to make a short stop on Holy Cross Drive near Saint Mary’s Lake if he’s traveling around the Notre Dame campus.
Things were shaping up like a midlife crisis, but without the sports car. There were other women in my husband’s life now. Women in brown habits who must have prayed harder than I did.
Donald R. Keough, the former Coca-Cola executive and Notre Dame Board of Trustees chairman whose name is synonymous with the University’s ties to Ireland and whose magnanimity alongside Marilyn Keough, his wife of 65 years, transformed campus in the late 20th and early 21st centuries, died February 24 in Atlanta. He was 88.…
Notre Dame has a nettlesome past helping African Americans feel at home, and recent campus flare-ups played against a national backdrop of rekindled racial polarization.