There it is. Illuminated by the first rays of morning sunlight, we see it. The leprosy colony. It’s why we’ve traveled here, to a place that is both paradise and prison.
Some of Africa’s most gifted young people have come to the University from an academy that educates the continent’s most promising students — bringing hope to the future and their talents to Notre Dame.
Olivia Mogaka first heard about Notre Dame in true millennial style: She Googled it.
Young people “have a lot of power to make change, even if it is small.”
Once upon a time Georges-Ibrahim Cisse wanted to be an astronaut.
Nandi Mgwaba has a sore neck.
Pope Francis has asked the Catholic Church and its leaders to grapple with a troubling array of social issues to help preserve the faith and familial integrity. A surprising report from the synod so far.
In which a rickety, over-the-hill Orioles fan heads to a baseball fantasy camp to recapture lost youth.
Among those threats facing America today is the ever-widening fault line that separates rich and poor, them and us, those who can and those who don’t.
The NYPD is a human line of defense against the unraveling of a city’s life. Some of Notre Dame’s own stand guard on Gotham’s borderlines.
This cover story can trace its origins to an email that came to me in February 2013.
Independence Day was once a second Christmas for us: We’d run around in our swimsuits all day, swimming and sunburning. It was a day spent entirely outdoors, a day spent together.
Alexandra was our first referral from an outside doctor, a hopeful sign of acceptance from the local medical community. She had run out of money. Paying out of pocket, she’d already asked her friends and family to pitch in.