Photo of the Week is a new weekly series highlighting notable happenings on campus and in the Notre Dame family around the world.
Experience a touch of the rare tingling elation that composer and pianist J.J. Wright ’14MSM, ’17DMA felt this spring when his Easter Vigil-themed sequence of five jazz oratorios, Drama and Devotion, premiered inside a landmark 16th century church in Rome.
Director Christy Burgess and actors from the Robinson Shakespeare Company discuss what the ensemble means to them as they prepare for a summer trip to perform in England.
Our senior university photographer spent a day and a night at the Bengal Bouts finals, getting behind the scenes and up close to the action to capture the spirit of a boxing tournament that has raised essential funds for Holy Cross’ work in Bangladesh since 1931.
How do you turn the home of Fighting Irish basketball into the Notre Dame equivalent of Madison Square Garden on fight night? Watch it all unfold in 30 seconds through the lens of senior university photographer Matt Cashore ’94.
Before we bid farewell to the lovers’ month, our spring intern has a few observations to make about the state of romance — and its annual celebration — on campus.
Hitch a ride with the O’Shaughnessys on their westward odyssey.
The Murdy Family Organ, a grand creation from the renowned Fritts workshop, is installed in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart.
There was a time — not that long ago — when this family was caught in a generational conflict because of the attention-stealing media invading American homes in the 21st century.
The long, snowy South Bend winter has taken its toll on residents and students alike, but the Basilica of the Sacred Heart had an unexpected casualty this week.
A thank you to our readers and an inside look at deadline at the magazine office.
The University photographer takes us to some campus corners rarely seen and shares some fresh looks at familiar places.
Click and drag the mouse to look around the panorama. Zoom in with the Shift key and zoom out with the Command/Control key.…
The Rome of the Americas slideshow
Time lapse video of the construction of Notre Dame’s Compton Family Center ice facilities.
Geoffrey Keating Furniture
View a video of emergency workers in Haiti.
Attend Mass in the rubble of Ste. Rose de Lima church in Leogane, Haiti, March 2010. This panoramic image provides a 360-degree view and there is audio, so be sure to turn volume up or down as appropriate.
Slide show featuring photos taken by Matt Cashore during his March 2010 trip to earthquake-ravaged Haiti.
A street scene from Leogane, Haiti, taken by Matt Cashore about two months after the Jan. 12, 2010, earthquake. Includes ambient sound.
8.25.09, 6:38 p.m.
Photo by Matt Cashore
Notre Dame students, facutly, staff and families celebrated the opening of the school year with the annual Mass and picnic. What does it take to feed the Notre Dame family? Here is the picnic by the numbers:
10,320 meals served
8.21.09 11:37 a.m.
“It didn’t look like that much stuff in the car,” said first-year student Salina Sambar after she and her parents unloaded their minivan outside Pasquerilla West. Sambar is from Madison, Alabama.
Photo by Matt Cashore…
August 20, 2009, 9:43 a.m.
The University of Notre Dame Band kicked off the 2009-10 school year with its annual marchout. Although it did in fact rain on their parade, hundreds of visitors, staff and early arriving students lined campus sidewalks to watch the event.…
August 5, 2009
President Barack Obama made another appearance on the Notre Dame campus—or more accurately OVER the Notre Dame campus. Air Force One passed over God Quad as President Obama left the South Bend Regional Airport after a visit to Elkhart County.…
It seemed like the final notes of the Alma Mater had barely stopped echoing after Commencement in the south dome of the Joyce Center before the jackhammers took over. This summer construction crews will transform the Joyce Center Arena into the Purcell Pavilion. In addition to the new name, the arena will get a new main entrance, new seating — no more bleachers — and a general “facelift” for the facility, now in its fifth decade.…