Black History Month Lecture Examines Ethical Leadership

Lucas Morel on leadership through diction

Global Religious Liberty

Visiting Professor for Tocqueville

Discerning your Vocation

Father Neil Wack gives insight on his role as vocation director

Campus Vocations: Karl Romkema, C.S.C.

Interview with Moreau seminarian

A Letter to My Freshman Self: An Interview with Author Lily Kang

Recent graduate shares goals, vision for recently published book

Inside Irish: Interview with Coach Denson

Running backs coach shares challenges, goals

An Agenda of Education and Reconciliation

Rising senior’s initiatives promote conflict resolution in South Sudan

Ryan Relishing Notre Dame Experience

Sports Editor Rich Hidy sits down for a conversation with senior swimmer Kelly Ryan.

Yi Braces for Defense of Title

“Down goes Frazier! Down goes Frazier!”

Last year’s heavyweight final was not that epic, but the Bengal Bouts thriller between Mike Broghammer and Daniel Yi may have rivaled the 1973 bout between Foreman and Frazier in excitement.

Recall Rocky IV and the showdown between Drago and Rocky as the 6’9”, 245 pound Broghammer towered over the technically-sound Yi by seven inches. Yi punished Broghammer very early with two right hooks to the face, and Broghammer stayed on the floor of the ring and could not regain his balance.