I haven’t always read comic books. It wasn’t until just after I graduated from Notre Dame, when I became a managing editor for the now-defunct DestroyTheCyb.org and started a column called “Comic Virgins.” Each week or two, I’d read a few new comics from a particular series and write up my thoughts.
Absolute power corrupts absolutely. Until the first "Check Engine" light blinks on.
For Bobby Kloska '90, a simple cell-phone snap of a snowy Grotto became a yearlong flurry of comments, thanks and connections made through the power of grace.
Two months into a new job in a familiar state, one of our associate editors reflects on coming home.
As Father Thomas A. Steiner, CSC, celebrated Christmas with Midnight Mass in Sacred Heart Church, his thoughts most likely centered on the 29 chaplains from Notre Dame and six Holy Cross missionaries then living in battle zones around the globe.
Watching National Geographic’s period drama, Genius, which in its first season told the story of Albert Einstein, held a fascinating surprise for me: his first wife, Mileva Maric. She, too, was a talented physicist. So when I came across a historical novel about her, I jumped on the opportunity to learn more.
Welcome to Molarity Redux, the continuing adventures of Jim Mole and friends. Some men you just can't reach.
In a world of fake news and alternative facts, Ronald Reagan's old mantra — "Trust, but verify" — may merit a renewed place in our everyday lives.