The Keough School of Global Affairs will house seven existing units active in international scholarship at Notre Dame.
The Keough School of Global Affairs is scheduled to open in 2017. In respect for historical roots, let’s review what global efforts came before at Notre Dame.
Dr. Daniel Krach ’83 and his son Patrick ’15 share a love of swords. That unusual affinity can be traced directly to the time each has spent as a resident assistant in Alumni Hall under the tutelage of rector Father George Rozum, CSC, ’61, ’80MSA.
Seen & heard at Notre Dame
Notre Dame carves out a holistic, religion-savvy niche with the creation of its first new school in 93 years.
Do not go on vacation . . . because a vacation with children is the opposite of a vacation.
Creative works by Notre Dame people
Six Reasons to Forgive; 11 reasons to celebrate; Pathways to Peace; 10 Reasons It’s Better than You May Think; 10 Words To Live By
On October 1, 2014, University President Rev. John I. Jenkins ’76, ’78M.A. formally announced the creation of the Donald R. Keough School of Global Affairs.
Eight Things My Sons Taught Me; Ten Things I Learned at My Grandparents’ House; Five Things Parents Should Purge from Their Parenting.
Substantial death of wildlife. Cascading collapse of agriculture, including animals, due in part to greedy practices: pathogens in livestock, monoculture of plants. Bob Costas’ toupee.
Pathways to Peace; 10 Best Catholic Novels of All Time
Ten Things You Should Know about African-American History; The 10 Biggest Challenges Facing America Today; Ten Actions that Shaped America’s Commitment to Religious Freedom.
Essential Qualities of the Western Hero; Heroes.
Nine bourbons every Notre Dame faculty member should want to stash in his or her office because according to the faculty handbook it is forbidden.
Since we are about lists in this issue let me enumerate why I resist reading on tablets.
Edward F. Mansfield ‘34, 10/31/2013, Belmont, CA
Philip C. Trexler ’34,’36 MS, 06/29/2014, Mishawaka, IN
Harold J. Wilson ‘37, 03/14/2014, Waban, MA
John L. McGuinness ’39, 09/30/2014, Southbury, CT
Bernard O. Marbach, M.D. ’42, 08/06/2014, East Quogue, NY
Julian G. Atwater ’43,’47 MS, 09/18/2014, Lake Geneva, WI
Let us count some ways.
Fashion designer probably was not on the list of career goals for Dava Newman ’86 when she studied aerospace engineering at Notre Dame. The aeronautics and astronautics professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has certainly stepped to the head of the class these days, as she was nominated in October for the post of NASA’s deputy administrator, the agency’s #2 leadership role. But Newman is also part of an MIT…
10 Reasons to Love Notre Dame; Eight Things A Thomist Thinks Every Notre Dame Undergraduate Should Know Upon Leaving Notre Dame; 12 Memorable Notre Dame Feelings; Greatest Notre Dame Football Player Names.
Top 10 American Movies
An 80-minute feature version of 1916: The Irish Rebellion will be screened in theaters and at global events, beginning with the March 16 world premiere in Dublin hosted by the Irish government. The U.S. premiere will be March 21 at the Gene Siskel Film Center in Chicago, with screenings to follow in Atlanta and Washington, D.C. Various PBS…
Top 10 American Places
Top 10 American Speeches
Top 10 Noninstitutional American Institutions
His friends knew that, even as a boy, James Perri ’94 was destined to do great things. And he has — largely because of those friends and family and his encounter with his own mortality.
Top 10 American Books
Top 10 American Paintings
The next time you fear you’re falling into a bad crowd, you might give one or more of these 10 strategies a try.
Sports nerds are of two kinds. One group knows every statistical detail about their team. The other knows about sports that most people have never heard of. I’m in the latter group, and here’s my top nine list.