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Motion pictures

By The editors

In place of a single Photo of the Week, this holiday week, we bring you a whole series. Beowulf Sheehan ’90 is a celebrated literary photographer, but as Notre Dame took on Syracuse in Yankee Stadium, we asked him to revisit a hobby of his college days and turn his focus to football for one Saturday afternoon.

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A famous game turns 30

By Jerry Barca '99

On October 15, 1988, Pat Terrell '90 became a hero with the final play in a Notre Dame vs. Miami matchup that has spawned books, a documentary, and a notorious nickname. Three decades on, he revisits the legendary game.

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Campus and Community

Church

No Ghost in the Machine

By Lawrence Cunningham

“Use the word soul freely, but do not take it too seriously," says our latest Magazine Classic. "And for heaven’s sake, don’t root around looking for it inside yourself, as if it were a wind in the cave.”

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Current Affairs

Science and Technology

Cut and Paste

By Sharon Tregaskis

In laboratories around the world, scientists are harnessing an ancient biological process to edit the code of life. Does humanity have what it takes to wield such profound power?

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Society and Culture

My Name is Michael Ross

By Michael Ross

Yesterday, we heard from an innocent man who spent most of his life on death row. In today's Magazine Classic, we revisit an essay from a death row inmate who deserved to be there — and who, in 1997, told the magazine his story.

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