With movies and the theater experience vastly declining amid a global pandemic, Dan Dixon SJ considers whether the Oscars still matter to us.
The odds are against Notre Dame this Saturday, so why bother watching?
On the heels of the “Pence walkout,” Notre Dame grad Dan Dixon, SJ wonders when commencements stopped being about celebrating graduates.
As Meryl Streep’s Golden Globe speech goes viral, should we care what an entertainer has to say about politics? Dan Dixon says yes, but for reasons you might not think.
Dan Dixon, SJ explores the importance of story in Ava Duvernay’s new Netflix documentary “13TH.”
Pope Francis called a commission to explore the possibility of ordaining women as deacons. We ask Luke Hansen, SJ to help explain to us the key issues at stake.
Dan Dixon, SJ argues that the new (and much lauded) Every Student Succeeds Act misses the point: that racial and socioeconomic segregation is the main cause of the achievement gap.
Dan Dixon, S.J. wonders what it is about the Bond franchise that sustains fandom for over 50 years.
Pope Francis says volumes in two words, but it’s a teenage girl’s courage that awes Dan Dixon, SJ.