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Alumni

Signature move

By Jason Kelly '95

As he has at the past three tournaments, Andrew Aris '00 made an apperance at this year's World Cup armed with a signature-covered soccer ball and a mission: sharing the unifying power of sports.

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Campus and Community

Soundings: Orientation time

By Kerry Temple ’74

This weekend, a new crop of freshmen — along with their parents and a fleet of overstuffed minivans — will arrive on campus for their meticulously engineered orientation. When I landed alone in South Bend 48 years ago, things were a little different.

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Church

Alter Christus

By Robert F. Griffin, CSC, '49

The late University chaplain (and all-around campus legend) Father Robert Griffin wrote 51 essays for this magazine between 1972 and 1994. This reflection on the unlikely guises in which Christ appears in our world was his last.

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Nighthawk chapel

By John Crawford ’01MFA

The adoration chapel is a funny place for me to end up on my insomniac jaunts, considering the Church stopped being a regular part of my life a long time ago. But sitting in the chapel feels familiar, like returning to an old haunt.

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Current Affairs

Signature move

By Jason Kelly '95

As he has at the past three tournaments, Andrew Aris '00 made an apperance at this year's World Cup armed with a signature-covered soccer ball and a mission: sharing the unifying power of sports.

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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