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The Light of the World

Notre Dame students have a responsibility to represent the truth at Our Lady’s University.

Looking Out For Our Special Friends

The Special Friends Club recently hosted its fifth annual autism conference on Wednesday February 19, featuring Dr. Julie Taylor of Vanderbilt University

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.

In Defense of DOMA: Why the Court Got Windsor Wrong

The author argues that the concept of same-sex marriage is incoherent and socially untenable. He advances a concept of traditional marriage rooted in evolutionary biology and forming the philosophical basis (among other concepts) for our constitutional rights.

The Greying Dome

A current student and rape survivor gives her perspective of Notre Dame’s “One Is Too Many” campaign.

Remembering Maureen O’Hara

Notre Dame alumnus Tom Cagley Sr. (’56) recalls a surreal trip to Ireland, where he met and befriended the actress of his childhood dreams.

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.

Evangelium Vitae Medal Awarded to Chris and Marie Smith

Domenic Canonico reports on the recipient reception of the Evangelium Vitae award by Chris and Marie Smith. The award is given by the Center for Ethics and Culture to honor those who protect the sanctity of human life.

Faculty Strength in Catholic Numbers

Does Notre Dame satisfy its own stipulations concerning what constitutes its Catholic identity?