How Collaboration and Integral Human Development are Bringing Notre Dame’s Newest School to Campus and the World
As part of our 150th anniversary celebration, I will be including a brief story in each edition of Scholastic this year about one of our formers editors. Since coming into this role, I have had the privilege of hearing many of these biographies, and with each I gain a better understanding of this publication’s — and university’s — history.
It was a weekend evening in late August, and the music of “Rudy” boomed out from the stadium, extending over what seemed like the majority of campus as the sun set and South Quad was set up for the university’s 175th anniversary celebrations.
So I did it. God posed me a challenge, and just like the time with the yogurt, I rose to meet it. I’d like to see a stupid bead of light best me. Ha! It didn’t. And when the time came and all those birds flew in front of the sun, I lifted my naked eyes and beheld it.
South Dining Hall
This is the dining hall that didn't need any changes.
Jenkins & Nanovic Halls
Well worth the walk.
We always appreciate having more...
...but not when they don't roll over from semester to semester.
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