Photo of the Week is a new weekly series highlighting notable happenings on campus and in the Notre Dame family around the world.
Ease into the season with our latest Magazine Classic.
The cybersecurity expert and Mendoza professor arms students with the tools they'll need to navigate the increasingly complex intersection of privacy, technology and commerce.
Like many good writers, and nearly all the mediocre ones, I prepare for writing assignments by cleaning my apartment.
Welcome to Molarity Redux, the continuing adventures of Jim Mole and friends. Is it better not to talk when your brain is full?
Before our summer issue drops featuring an array of stories on America's Catholic youth, revisit this 1997 reflection on the subject from one of Notre Dame's most prominent theologians.
Our Summer 2018 edition hits mailboxes in two short weeks. Until it does, enjoy this preview from the issue — an examination of the faith of America's youth from one of the country's foremost theological thinkers.
As Father's Day rolls around, read our latest Magazine Classic — a father exploring what might be the first heartbreak in the life of his toddler son.
School may be out for summer, but Notre Dame students are still engaged in all kinds of cool classes across the pond. Here are a few of our favorites.
The wise know there are many paths to God. Ken Garcia’s wildly circuitous route stands as lusty evidence that the Deity is abidingly patient and forgiving.
Romantic trouble, sports-fan woes, sugary cereals. They’re part of this complete education.
Rounding out our Senior Week tributes, a recent grad looks back on her final days under the Dome.
Continuing our week of Senior Week reflections, our latest Magazine Classic finds Fr. Jenkins on the eve of his presidency considering his history with the University — starting with a memorable moment just before graduation.
Senior Week marked my last visit to my son at Main Circle — but, having left Notre Dame, he has a new circle now.
Half a decade after protests, assassinations and social change rocked the world, an alumnus and professor looks back on his semester abroad in a rapidly changing France.
Attending a mass at the US-Mexico border, I was struck by an unforgettable image: a people gathered as one body in Christ, divided into two by an 18-foot-tall fence.