Culture

Revelry at the Revue

Revelry at the Revue

Author: Joe Disipio

In a year of political and social divisiveness, the Knights of Keenan Hall sought to weave a theme of unity through their 41st annual Keenan Revue.

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The Hesburgh Library Graffiti Lost to Renovation  

The Hesburgh Library Graffiti Lost to Renovation  

Author: Charlie Ducey ('16) and Marwan Bishtawi ('16)

The following work is a “found poem,” a collage of verbal graffiti found at Hesburgh Library. The poem is arranged as a single narrative to show how the verbal graffiti speaks to the experience common to all Notre Dame students. This shared experience gives us cause to hope that, despite renovations, there will always be poetry to be found at Hesburgh Library

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What's it like to move to America? We asked six foreign students.
Walk the Walk Week Exhibition Showcases Civil Rights Collection
The Freshest Group on Campus

The Freshest Group on Campus

Author: Dana Drysdale

Dance to express, not to impress.” Project Fresh lives their motto to the fullest. As a free-form dance group, P-Fresh keeps it fresh with unscripted dance performances in the dining hall and no requirements to join. The founding members coined the group’s name to advertise their “work ethic and tenacity,” says Isaiah LeBlanc, Vice President of P-Fresh. The group appears in events across campus and always performs new material.      

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Review: Cheer, Cheer for Rockne: The Musical
Review: Asian Allure Celebrates Spirit and Diversity of Asian Culture
ND Theatre Now Brings Student Productions to the Stage
Notre Dame Collaborates on New Report on the Social Impact of U.S. Companies in Ireland

Notre Dame Collaborates on New Report on the Social Impact of U.S. Companies in Ireland

Author: Claire Solomon

The American Chamber of Commerce in Ireland released a new report on Oct. 20 entitled, “Beyond Business — The Social Impact of U.S. Investment in Ireland.” The report contains research conducted by the University of Notre Dame on behalf of the American Chamber. The research sought to measure the social impact of American companies on Irish communities through employees’ participation in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs. 

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Review: How the U.S. Poet Laureate Made Art at ND

Review: How the U.S. Poet Laureate Made Art at ND

Author: Matthew Rusin

A man presents himself before an intimate crowd in the Decio Theatre at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center. Dancing onto the stage, he is greeted by the moderate buzz of academic applause. He sports bright white pants, a red suede blazer and a blue fedora. He drips America, while his full white mustache and cappuccino skin radiate the warmth of a sharp Mexican sun. Juan Felipe Herrera, serving his second term as the Poet Laureate of the United States of America, stands at a podium. He expresses gratitude to the Institute for Latino Studies at the University of Notre Dame and Fr. Jenkins for welcoming him to such a vibrant and impressive university.…

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Unsung Heroes of Notre Dame
Notre Dame's Globetrotting Campus Director - The one thing that followed him everywhere? Food.
Tailgate Like a Champion Today

Tailgate Like a Champion Today

Author: Brianna Bahe

A smoky, savory smell wafts past your nose. A cool breeze rustles some leaves. The sun shines on the top of your head and warms your hair. Excited voices rise and fall all around you. Campus is vibrant and alive. It’s fall football season at Notre Dame. 

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#tbt: When South Dining Hall Went South
Notre Dame's New Artist-in-Residence is a 70s Pop Star

Notre Dame's New Artist-in-Residence is a 70s Pop Star

Author: Grace Guibert

After finishing his own tour and a tour with Ringo Starr’s All-Starr Band, Rundgren will record a new album and join Notre Dame this September as Artist-in-Residence. He’ll be teaching a one-credit course, engaging with student musicians, performing with the marching band during halftime at the Duke game and initiating new youth music programs in the South Bend community through his Spirit of Harmony Foundation. 

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Inside ND's Newest Dorms

Inside ND's Newest Dorms

Author: Jaleel Blanchard and Dana Drysdale

This year, two new residence halls opened on in the northeast quadrant of campus the what’s popularly being called “Odd Quad,” thanks to a combined total donation of $40 million. Flaherty Hall, donated by Jay and Mary Flaherty, houses 226 young women in its 71,000 square feet. Dunne Hall, donated by Jimmy and Susan Dunne, holds 221 young men in the same square footage.…

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The Birdsell Project: Using Art to Revitalize South Bend
1916: Irish Rebellion
Thesis Performance Caps an FTT Career
First Fridays Display South Bend's Vibrancy
The Local Cup: The Volunteer-Run, Pay-What-You-Will Café
Show Some Skin Provides Forum to Share Stories
The Yin and the Yang

The Yin and the Yang

Author: Joe Disipio

The two had just tried to pin one word to define their time at Notre Dame spent in Duncan Hall and had ended up explaining how a distant flickering star, a love of Fall Out Boy, and a few good pipes had led the two of them down to where they are now.

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Tour Tilted: The Concert that Almost Was

Tour Tilted: The Concert that Almost Was

Author: Joe Disipio

On the eve of the concert, a university official notified representation of Tilt and The Chainsmokers that, because the contract between Notre Dame and the group had remained unsigned, the contract was terminated, the concert cancelled.

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'Tis The Season At Notre Dame

'Tis The Season At Notre Dame

Author: Scholastic Staff

What makes Christmas at Notre Dame? It is a combination of the generous desire to help those less fortunate, the wide range of religious and cultural events available to celebrate the season and the efforts of the dorms.

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And then He Said...Let There Be Milkshakes
BehiND Locked Doors: The Basilica

BehiND Locked Doors: The Basilica

Author: Maria Fahs

With a rising spire, exquisite stained-glass windows and a masterfully painted interior, the Basilica is a testament both to the central role of faith life at Notre Dame and Fr. Sorin’s vision. Despite its prominent place on campus, it still holds many wonders to discover in tucked away alcoves, high above the church ceiling and deep in its foundations.

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It's the Holiday Season at the Snite Museum