Cyber Shadows is a tour de horizon of the digital world's dark places, the threats and innovations in cybercrime, espionage, and surveillance - and new attacks moving beyond identity theft to hacking our behavioral patterns, brains, and DNA to buy and sell as lucrative business. The implications are staggering: from coercion to the end of the sovereign self.
"Whether you are a player, coach, parent or fan, after you read When God Cheers you will have a new perspective on what it means to really cheer for an athlete or team. John Shaughnessy cleverly weaves inspiring sports stories into a touching father-daughter story. A real treat for dads and daughters who have found common ground in athletics"
A Notre Dame Man, tells the true story of DeCicco's humble beginnings as an immigrant's son, his journey from New Jersey to South Bend, and his more than 400 years of service to the University as a professor, the all-time winningest coach in Notre Dame history, and the creator of an academic-advising program that led to 98 percent graduation among the University's student-athletes.
In 13 original essays, renowned spiritual writers and theologians wrestle with the problems of the human condition in the world today and reflect in what a walk with God might reveal about current situations and future possibilities.
In When Faith and Reason Meet, renowned philosopher and theologian David B. Burrell, also a Holy Cross priest, rescues Zahm from relative obscurity, adding new perspective to the earlier, excellent biography by Ralph Weber.
Here, for the first time, is the complete story of how it came to be built and paid for even in the midst of the Great Depression. It was the culmi- nation of Knute Rockne’s success in building championship teams and the demand for more seats than Cartier Field could ever provide.
Here is an inside look at Notre Dame Students that is at once insightful and delightful, serious and satirical. And always loving. The Author, Bob Kessler, is a 2009 graduate of Notre Dame where he was a widely-read columnist for The Observer.
This is the wonderful story of a six-year-old son of Notre Dame alumni parents and his first trip to campus for a football weekend.
The stories of our Irish families are filled with journeys that lead us to places we have always dreamed of, and to destinations we never imagined. The histories of our Irish families also overflow with tales of people who followed their dreams, took risks and endured sacrifices while trying to make their mark on the world. This collection celebrates the heart, the humor and the proud heritage of the Irish.
THE HEART OF NOTRE DAME is a book to read time and again as it calls readers to ponder what Notre Dame, the place and its people, have to teach us and ask of us.