Notre Dame, China, and Standing Up for Human Rights

Notre Dame has had an ambivalent relationship with the People’s Republic of China. Not so long ago, some naïve university…

A Light of Truth in a Secular Age

Catholic identity in higher education

Let’s Argue

The telos, or end, of a university, what makes it different from a Scout summer camp, Bell Labs, Human Rights…

Making universities new

A consideration of the limitations and ends of higher education

Overturning Roe v. Wade?

By the end of this academic year, Roe may be gone.

Classical Education: A Beauty Ever Ancient, Ever New

Rover faculty advisor reflects on the founding of new Catholic elementary school in South Bend

NOVO Like a Champion Today

College of Arts and Letters Political Science Rover faculty advisor Dan Philpott will teach Why the Church?, a class which…

No Man Can Serve Two Masters

A foray into the university’s treatment of LGBT issues

Ex Corde Ecclesiae and Catholic Students of Today

John Paul II opened his apostolic constitution on Catholic universities, Ex Corde Ecclesiae, in dramatic fashion. Issued on the Feast…