Stephanie Reuter

The Greatest Works of Art

After spending a day exploring museum in Rome, Stephanie Reuter find joy and delight in the rest of humanity

Students React to Laetare Medal Decision

Debate over consistency with university’s Catholic identity

Antonin Scalia: Requiescat in Pace

Professors reflect on the late justice’s jurisprudence and legacy

Forming the Mind and the Heart

Stephanie Reuter considers the formative role of education and the disposition of a student

No More Abortions at South Bend Clinic

Indiana State Department of Health revokes Klopfer’s license, Women’s Pavilion forced to halt abortion services

A Harsh and Dreadful Thing

Stephanie Reuter muses on the danger of illusions and the idolization of love

Center for Ethics and Culture Announces Annual Medal

Little Sisters of the Poor to receive 2016 Evangelium Vitae Medal

“A Voice for the Ethical Reasoning of Humanity”

Professor Simoncini explains Benedict XVI’s call for law’s return to nature and reason

A Noble Farewell: Professor Retires After 41 Years

Retiring Professor Thomas F. X. Noble reflects on education and the university