Our Photo of the Week series turns one year old this month! To celebrate, three contributors to the series will be sharing their favorite photos of the past year. First up: Notre Dame Magazine editor Kerry Temple '74.
Winners of Notre Dame Magazine’s 2018 Young Alumni Essay Contest
Senior Alex Mansour plans to pursue a career path after graduation that's rather atypical among Notre Dame grads — professional composer.
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein turned 200 this year, and Notre Dame was the epicenter of the celebration.
Our final Quips and Quotes of the semester concerns the UN's treatment of genocide — how it's prevented, how it's punished, and how it's changed three-quarters of a century after the atrocities that inspired the United Nations to act.
In a Notre Dame Forum lecture, the former archbishop of Canterbury dispenses wisdom about prayer, penitence and the Bard.
As director of international service learning and staff adviser of ND Votes, Rosie McDowell balances the local and the international at the Center for Social Concerns every day.
After a Thanksgiving Break hiatus, our Quips and Quotes series returns with a powerful lecture from an innocent man who spent 30 years on death row.
The latest keynote lecture from the Gallivan Program in Journalism, Ethics and Democracy brought in David Fahrenthold, a Washington Post staffer and Pulitzer winner regarded as one of the leading lights in modern political reporting.
After a Fall Break hiatus, Quips and Quotes returns with an update on Hurricane Maria relief efforts in Puerto Rico.
A recent lecture at the Snite Museum of Art used lessons from the art world to illustrate an ethos that all of society should adopt.
At a recent lecture, our millennial editor found out what it is that makes her generation tick. A hint? It's not avocados.
Fresh off a trip to Chile, our associate editor expanded her learning about the country with a panel discussion from the Kellogg Institute for International Studies.
Charles Brown '81 has been the confidant to popes, the Church's ambassador to Ireland and a Vatican guardian of Catholic doctrine. He's now the apostolic nuncio to one of Europe's most arcane yet interesting countries. Shumë mirë!
The second installment in our series highlighting interesting campus lectures takes on a recent talk by Notre Dame Law School professor and appellate court judge Amy Coney Barrett '97J.D.
A few weeks ago, I learned of a distant cousin I'd never met. Her name was Sarah, she was coming to Notre Dame, and she was living in my dorm.
Our new series highlights memorable quotes from one campus lecture per week. Up first: a panel discussion on the family separation policies enacted this summer at the southern border of the United States.