Michael Bradley

Resolving “Gender Issues” at Notre Dame

The recent student body election has brought the issue — or maybe more aptly, the non-issue — of “gender relations” to the forefront on the campus of Notre Dame, but is this really the issue?

Notre Dame to Revisit Core Curriculum Requirements

A committee has been tasked with the responsibility of gathering feedback on the University’s core curriculum for undergraduate students. In general, the professors who commented to the Rover call the review an opportunity for improvement, but remain cautious about its execution.

Not Your Typical Breakfast

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas recently visited the campus of Notre Dame and had breakfast with student fellows in the Tocqueville Program for Inquiry into Religion and American Public Life.

Topping Off Two Great Careers, Eh?

The Canadian duo of JP Malette and Jeremy Rae, two of Notre Dame’s middle-distance running greats, are finishing their careers at Notre Dame this season and were willing to sit down for an interview with the Irish Rover.

Gary Gutting Should Rethink Abortion

Notre Dame philosophy professor Gary Gutting, not Pope Francis, should rethink abortion.

Ten Reasons Why I Loved This Year’s Edith Stein Project

The ninth annual Edith Stein Project was a resounding success. Here are ten reasons why.

A University of the Sporting Sort?

Michael Bradley reports on an upcoming panel in the Panel Discussion Series, put on by the Dean’s Fellows and the College of Arts and Letters, to discuss what role sports play in the University’s mission.

Make Understanding Marriage a Priority in the New Year

2014 will a big year for marriage in America—for better or for worse. There is no time like the present to commit yourself to defending marriage in the new year.

The Year Behind and the Year Ahead

2013 was a good year for the Irish Rover, and 2014, with the generous support of the Rover‘s readership, can be even bigger.

Holy Cross College Named A Recommended Catholic School

Michael Bradley reports that Holy Cross has been recommended by the National Catholic Register.