As I close one personal chapter, Scholastic as an institution simultaneously turns a new page while looking back into its long and storied past.
Early February ushered in the annual ScreenPeace Film Festival, an effort to educate members of the Notre Dame community on issues of peace and conflict resolution studies.
Professor of Russian Thomas Marullo has taught at Notre Dame for over 40 years.
Since our election last February, we’ve watched the national climate influence our work on campus.
In the Feb. 20, 1992 issue of Scholastic, students James Gannon, Catherine Sheehy and John Daly argued for a co-ed dorm system in recently emptied Pangborn Hall.
Sr. Mary Catherine McNamara, S.I.W., the beloved rector of Breen- Phillips Hall, passed away of a stroke on Wednesday, Feb. 7 at age 67.
After years of planning and construction, the Duncan Student Center opened to the public on Jan. 15.
From Jan. 14 to March 18, the Snite Museum of Art is featuring an exhibit titled “Modern Women’s Prints.”
"I hate California. I want to go to the East Coast. I want to go where culture is like New York. Or at least Connecticut or New Hampshire, where writers live in the woods.”
Activist Dolores Huerta — famous for her role in movements for workers’ and women’s rights, among others — was the special guest of the Institute for Latino Studies’ Transformative Latino Leadership Lecture Series at Notre Dame on Feb. 13.
As Scholastic began to prepare to write this cover story, Notre Dame students at every level received a unique email link asking them to complete an inclusive campus student survey.
Entering his 30th season at the helm in South Bend, head coach Kevin Corrigan’s Fighting Irish are ranked No. 6 in the 2018 USILA Preseason Poll.
Junior guard Arike Ogunbowale has been a key part of the No. 5 Notre Dame women’s basketball team this season.
14 The number of games the women’s basketball team has won away from home — including neutral-site contests — this season.
Is Jim Harbaugh blackmailing Mark Emmert?
The Notre Dame’s men’s basketball team has dealt with its fair share of adversity and then some.
America is abuzz with Winter Olympics fever, the one time every four years they can pretend to care about frolicking in the snow as if it were sport.
In order to restore balance to the universe following the reinstatement of Grab and Go, North Dining Hall has announced that they will no longer tolerate any eggs on their premises.
In a Second Coming earlier than any theologians could have predicted, our Lord and Savior, Jesus H. Christ, appeared at the semifinals of Bengal Bouts during the week of Feb. 26.
The legal, political and ethical ramifications of abortion have divided both a nation and the Notre Dame student body, for decades.