Becca Self

Hakuna Matata, What a Deceptive Phrase

Religion and Ethics Editor Emeritus Rebecca Devine reflects on the vocation of marriage

Rover Book Review: Plato’s Bedroom

Philosophy professor’s new book has the power to change your life

A House Divided

Becca Self reflects on Pope Francis’ reputation and Catholics’ reactions.

The Sincerity Exercise

Becca Self reflects on the many benefits of telling the truth

Keynotes, Cardinals, And Cool People

On the phenomenon of stars at conferences

On Both Sides Of The Screen

Panelists shared their stories about the harmful effects of pornography.

The Résumé Generation

In a culture that celebrates diversity, inclusion and tolerance, why can we not celebrate the complexity of the human person instead of slapping labels on ourselves and each other?

You Call Yourself a Christian?

As part of the Irish Rover’s continuing Pillar of Thought column, this issue’s focus is a reflection on a service trip to the Andre House of Hospitality in Phoenix.

Notre Dame Condemns Boycott of Israel

Rebecca Self reports on the American Studies Association’s decision to boycott collaboration on academic endeavors with any institutes of higher education in Israel.

Dating Under The Dome

Rebecca Self gives an account of dating at Notre Dame, reflecting on the experiences of her classmates as well as a lectures and interviews given by Professor David O’Connor.