How the iPhone has changed the way we communicate

Since Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone back on Jan. 9, 2007, one billion devices have been sold worldwide, revolutionizing the entire mobile phone industry. It’s not a stretch to say it has fundamentally altered the way we communicate. Continue reading How the iPhone has changed the way we communicate

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ND Magazine: The Light of Loneliness

Author’s Note: this article was first published in Notre Dame Magazine at magazine.nd.edu *** The Light of Loneliness BY SARA FELSENSTEIN ’12 PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 14, 2012 POSTED IN: ALUMNI BLOGS It’s 2 a.m. and for whatever reason you’re lonely. Maybe family issues have escalated, or the guy you like barely waved at the bar, or you’ve been holed up at work alone for the last three days. But right now you need the … Continue reading ND Magazine: The Light of Loneliness

ND Magazine: Looking out, looking over

Author’s Note: this article was first published in Notre Dame Magazine at magazine.nd.edu. *** Looking out, looking over BY SARA FELSENSTEIN ’12 After work one night in September I met up with a friend from Notre Dame, Meg, for drinks at a rooftop bar in New York City. We’d been talking about doing this for a while, getting to a rooftop bar before things got too busy and the … Continue reading ND Magazine: Looking out, looking over

ND Magazine: The Subscription Dilemma

The approach of another new year begs the question: is it time to give up our print subscriptions? Check out my first blog post for Notre Dame Magazine below! ——————————————————————————— The Subscription Dilemma BY SARA FELSENSTEIN ’12 PUBLISHED: OCTOBER 18, 2012 POSTED IN: ALUMNI BLOGS, SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, AND SOCIETY & CULTURE  I remember one morning as a 10-year-old I was up early, reading a book by the living room … Continue reading ND Magazine: The Subscription Dilemma

Notre Dame admissions video: Any Given Day

“It’s about shaping you as a person and really getting you prepared for your life after Notre Dame.” As a junior in high school, I found college touring exhausting. All of the info sessions, tours, scheduled meetings with student representatives– they all blended into one another. I had trouble defining what schools were really like when almost all the admissions literature teemed with vague words … Continue reading Notre Dame admissions video: Any Given Day

Praying for headlights

–Published 4/16/12 in The Observer. “Wagon Wheel” by Old Crow Medicine Show is one of those songs college students love. The moment that distinctive introduction blares from the speakers, arms link, glasses clink and the room erupts in cheering. In true spring break road trip style, “Wagon Wheel” played multiple times on our drive from South Bend down to South Carolina a few weeks ago. The … Continue reading Praying for headlights