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Culture

Rome, where every day is a pilgrimage

One might say that my study abroad experience in Rome has been somewhat of a paradox. On one hand, I…

SHOW SOME SKIN: The race monologues

Race relations at Notre Dame are often a sensitive subject. SHOW SOME SKIN: THE RACE MONOLOGUES is a student project…

Okuyamba: Documentary spreads news of Ugandan palliative care

The Hesburgh Center for International Studies showed the documentary “Okuyamba” on March 21.  The showing featured a concluding question and…

Fiestang 2012 celebrates Filipino culture

This year marked the Filipino-American Student Organization’s eighteenth Fiestang Filipino production.  As a part of International Festival Week, students, faculty,…

Tempest in a teapot – Michael Graves and the Driehaus Prize

The Students for Classical Architecture hosted a student discussion with Michael Lykoudis, the Francis and Kathleen Rooney Dean of the…

The Column

India outsources its archaeology to American students who work for free In my last article, I gave a brief introduction…

“Conversation at Night”: A dialogue of great faith

A dialogue composed by Edith Stein was presented as part of student club Identity Project’s (idND) 2012 Edith Stein conference…

What would John Wayne do?

Notre Dame Philosophy Professor David O’Connor delivered a talk entitled “Socrates in Gethsemane: Philosophy and the Vulnerable Man” at the…

Gender, sex, and vulnerability at ND

idND presents the 2012 Edith Stein Project The student club the Identity Project (idND) will host its annual Edith Stein…

The Column

Research in India, or how I spent my winter vacation Over the break, two contingents of architecture undergraduates specializing in…