Creative works by Notre Dame people
Deaths of Notre Dame alumni
A veteran journalist and former Notre Dame administrator on the importance of rigorous student journalism
The vortex that swallows up the staff of the student newspaper.
In this essay, which won first place in this magazine’s 2016 Young Alumni Essay Contest, Rachel Bené talks about how she learned that life can change in a second.
This was one of two-second place winners in this magazine’s 2016 Young Alumni Essay Contest. Michael Benz ’09 takes a chance in the middle of a lonely road.
In Ben Moeller’s essay, one of two second-place winners in this magazine’s 2016 Young Alumni Essay Contest, he considers what a strong friendship truly means.
Notre Dame chemist Marya Lieberman and colleagues work to identify substandard medications.
Amid post-election fear and division, a prayer service seeks unity.
Dispensing with distractions at the Family Volunteer Camp, ‘you have the mind, body and spirit growing together.’
A new organ adds another jewel to the Sacred Music program.
Hitch a ride with the O’Shaughnessys on their westward odyssey.
Our cover story was assigned more than a year ago. I was wondering about the dramatic decline in trust toward government leaders, the media, religion, big business and other organizations once thought to be foundational to a strong society.
The Murdy Family Organ, a grand creation from the renowned Fritts workshop, is installed in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart.
Three stories, three lives, three doorways into a world you may not have given much thought to.
In the early 1970s, when efforts to establish and enforce basic legal rights for individuals with disabilities were just beginning, Notre Dame was at the center of the revolution.
To mark the 100th anniversary of the national parks system, the O’Shaughnessys rented an RV and embarked on a great American pilgrimage inspired by John Steinbeck’s literary odyssey.
It’s a rite of passage for many African-American children — parental warnings on how to handle threatening encounters.
After witnessing decades of apparent progress toward a more racially unified nation, an African American is coming to believe the schism is deeper than he imagined.
As credibility fades from American discourse, a sinister plague of untruth threatens our country’s health and well-being.
Chris, there will be good times and hard times. You will fail often but the measure of a person is not based on how far he falls, but rather how high he bounces back.