The Notre Dame men’s basketball team had quite an unsanctimonious end to its season.
With a record of 27-9-2, the 2017-2018 Notre Dame men’s hockey season may be the most commendable in the Jeff Jackson era.
Sarah Ryan sits down with Irish Language and Literature professor, Sarah Mckibben.
Tradition. Excellence. Champions.
"I didn’t think we’d have more ACL tears than losses"
On March 11 the University of Notre Dame announced that Sister Norma Pimentel, M.J. will receive Notre Dame’s Laetare Medal.
In the Feb. 23, 1995 issue of Scholastic, environmental sciences and biology major Monique DiGiorgio penned an article about the environmental crisis called “Animal Kingdom, Human Arrogance.”
After ten years of leadership, Dean John McGreevy of the College of Arts and Letters plans to step down this summer.
April brought the cold ... and some mind-boggling Irish statistics ...
Vibrant colors and the fresh scent of tropical flowers greeted those who came to the Hawaii Club’s Spring Luau in the Duncan Ballroom on March 24 to experience lei making, traditional dances and flavorful food.
Fifty-five years ago, two grade school boys self-described as “the two slowest, fattest kids in the class” met while running the mile.
You may recognize him as one of the many Holy Cross priests who calls Notre Dame home. You may have heard him give the homily at the Easter Vigil just a couple of weeks ago. If you live in Dillon Hall, you definitely know him.
The latest development in this year’s student government elections came early Tuesday morning, when campus media outlets received a press release by the Judicial Council announcing another round of sanctions.
“I don’t see what the big deal is,” Fr. Jaykins says. “If we keep changing our position, everyone will be happy at some point, right?”
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.