Madeline Gillen

Wodehouse before Bed

Madeline Gillen suggests bedtime reading

Keeping American Women Gorgeous And Grounded: The Dress Doctors

Discussing Linda Przybyszewski’s new book, “The Lost Art of Dress: The Women Who Once Made America Stylish”

University Announces Changes To Mendoza Enrollment

Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, the nation’s top business school, changes its admissions policies.

Church Leaders Discuss Science and Human Dignity

The Institute for Church Life welcomed an array of Church leaders to campus this past weekend for the “Pastoral Issues in Science and Human Dignity” conference. Professor John Cavadini, Director of the Institute for Church Life and consultant member of the USCCB Committee on Doctrine, organized and funded the conference, which was co-sponsored by the Institute for Church Life and the USCCB Committee on Doctrine.

Notre Dame: A Place Without Revolutionaries

Madeline Gillen reflects on the Notre Dame, its student body, the many ways in which students can learn and live the faith at Notre Dame and the “inestimable advantage” that the university enjoys over its Ivy League counterparts.

For Notre Dame

Madeline Gillen, Campus Editor For Notre Dame: Battling for the Heart and Soul of a Catholic University, written by Rev….

How Notre Dame has Failed its Women

Madeline Gillen, Campus Editor Since 2009, freshman women entering Notre Dame have received a copy of Thanking Father Ted: Thirty-Five…

Knights of Notre Dame

The Knights of Columbus raised a record-setting $75,000 last year in steak sales, testifying to the quality of their steak…

“It’s a love that has wings”

Ron Belgau’s life is a testament to the fact that one can be both gay and committed to the Catholic…

Matters of Faith and Politics

The 2012 Notre Dame forum featured five prominent members of different religious traditions who gathered together to discuss “Conviction &…