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“Children of Invention”: Attempting to Create Happiness

The DeBartolo Performing Arts Center recently hosted a showing of the semi-autobiographical independent film “Children of Invention.” Directed by Tze…

The Column

In this issue, I would like to introduce you to a practical framework you can use to analyze the relative…

Vampire hype: Professor discusses immortal fiends

In this year’s Center for Ethics and Culture fall conference “Younger than Sin: Virtues of Humility, Wonder, and Joy,” Professor…

Prof. Esolen discusses Christ-like child-likeness as solution to materialism

In a world of ceaseless conflict, strife, and oppression, where even basic disagreements have descended into what Alasdair MacIntyre calls,…

Dia de Los Muertos Festivities Return

The traditional celebration of Dia de Los Muertos took place at Notre Dame with  OFRENDA intact, VINUETE and mariachi music…

Professor Edward Hums’ Last Lecture: Finding ourselves and others on the journey to Emmaus

“It’s okay to do C work,” proclaimed Professor Ed Hums during his installment of Notre Dame’s “The Last Lecture Series.”…

Stratford Caldecott lectures on beauty, truth, and education

In a “Beauty for Truth’s Sake” sponsored by the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy, Stratford Caldecott stressed the need to…

The Badin Art Show: oily truths and green dogs

Thanks to the 2010 Badin Art Show, artwork currently adorns the walls of Badin Hall’s large social space, transforming the…

The Column: Architecture is Everywhere

In previous articles, I have covered a sampling of the historic fabric of campus (wherein, to be precise, fabric refers…

Film Review: Paris: Moving through Windows and into the Heart

Everyday stories compose a dynamic mosaic in Cédric Klapisch’s film Paris.  Set in the contemporary French capital, this film grapples…