- The Case Against Notre Dame Trustee Cathie Black
- Notre Dame Professor: “Two Cheers for Drones”
- Looking Back: Did Osama’s Death Announcement Warrant a Kegger?
- Stephen Colbert Speaks at Fordham U: Why?
- Jim Tressel’s Implosion and ESPN Metaphysics
- Who sacked Notre Dame’s moral autonomy?
- Is Rashard Mendenhall the John Lennon of the War on Terror?
- Notre Dame Football as a Platform for State Iconography
- Student Indebtedness as a Planned Response from 1960’s
- Fr. Hesburgh’s Warning on College Football
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Monthly Archives: January 2012
In a Sports Illustrated article from an earlier era, Notre Dame President Fr. Hesburgh warned that college football should be “kept within proper bounds of time, place and emphasis.” Christian author C.S. Lewis likewise laid out the inadequacy of newspaper reporting. “…I think … Continue reading