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Father McCormick Reflects on Pope Francis’ Message

Father McCormick Reflects on Pope Francis’ Message

Pope Francis’ homily embodied how God loves all people, and that families should be prioritized and cherished because “our families, our homes, are true domestic...

Interview with College Democrats Officers Grace Watkins, President, and Andrew Galo, Secretary

Interview with College Democrats Officers Grace Watkins, President, and Andrew Galo, Secretary

An interview with the College Democrats officers: Grace Watkins, President, and Andrew Galo, Secretary.

Interview with ND College Republicans Former President Mark Gianfalla

Interview with ND College Republicans Former President Mark Gianfalla

Mark Gianfalla was the President of the College Republicans at Notre Dame for two years. A finance major and 2015 graduate, Gianfalla appeared on “The...

Service Dogs Help Notre Dame Students in a Variety of Ways

Service Dogs Help Notre Dame Students in a Variety of Ways

Fitzgerald is one of a slowly growing number of students on campus with service dogs. Service dogs meet a variety of specific student needs. There...

AnBryce Forum Explores Question of Class in America

AnBryce Forum Explores Question of Class in America

The professors, who all came from disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds, spoke with candor about their upbringings, how they made their way through college to academia and,...

#tbt: Scholastic on FDR

#tbt: Scholastic on FDR

All that is left to tell is who exactly will win this 2016 election. In this 1932 issue of Scholastic, students voiced their opinions on...

Viewpoint: No Trays in the Dining Hall: Trayless

Viewpoint: No Trays in the Dining Hall: Trayless

But the dining halls can, and should, go further to become even more sustainable; they should eliminate the use of dining hall trays completely.

Viewpoint: No Trays in the Dining Hall: Trays

Viewpoint: No Trays in the Dining Hall: Trays

Just ask any student who had to endure going trayless for a day — students need trays, and going without them is inefficient and messy.

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Just a Thought: Romana Huk

Just a Thought: Romana Huk

R omana Huk is an associate professor of English who specializes in 20th century British literature and postmodern poetics. She serves as the editor-in-chief for...

From the Desks of Bryan and Nidia: Curriculum Review

From the Desks of Bryan and Nidia: Curriculum Review

In a few days (or weeks — hang in there first years!), each of us will select classes for next spring. You might be searching...

Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor

America needs a mini-revolution. Bold change requires sacrifice, and sacrifice is the only way that we can climb out of the hole we’ve dug ourselves...

Student Government Touches on Mental Health in Memorandum

Student Government Touches on Mental Health in Memorandum

Focusing mainly on the two subjects of further analysis of designated “high risk groups” as well as the individual colleges’ responses to the mental health...

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Culture

Study Abroad Column: Politics from Inside the Beltway

Study Abroad Column: Politics from Inside the Beltway

When I decided to spend a semester "abroad" in D.C., I was nervous that my political savvy would not be up to par.  This fear...

Behind Locked Doors: The President's Lounge

Behind Locked Doors: The President's Lounge

If you have ever tried to push the button for the 14th floor, you will know that it does not do anything. You need the...

The Secret Life of a Notre Dame Usher

The Secret Life of a Notre Dame Usher

The Notre Dame ushers work tirelessly to make sure the various events on campus run smoothly. Their work is often unsung, but it is indispensable...

Take the Reins of Your Nutrition

Take the Reins of Your Nutrition

Rein Juicery’s bright green building fits the atmosphere of its business well. Serving fresh and local organic juices, smoothies and cleanses, the three Anglemeyer brothers...

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Sports

Baraka Bouts Fights for a Cause

Baraka Bouts Fights for a Cause

This year, Baraka Bouts, the female boxing tournament fundraiser, has registered 265 boxers, 140 of which will fight in the tournament, surpassing its more established...

Faith Sees Franklin Through

Faith Sees Franklin Through

“It was all I knew — playing the game of football — my whole life,” Franklin says. “Life was completely different as far as my...

Basketball Review

Basketball Review

The Irish will look to build off of last year’s success and continue the program’s home-court winning tradition against key opponents. Virginia Tech, Louisville, Miami...

New Hockey and Basketball Ticket Policy

New Hockey and Basketball Ticket Policy

Beginning in 2015-16, all regular season home hockey and basketball student tickets are free of charge. The Leprechaun Legion emailed the student body with an...

#BytheNumbers

#BytheNumbers

13 The number of wins Notre Dame has after trailing in the fourth quarter since Brian Kelly took over as head coach in 2010.

A Dream Come True

A Dream Come True

You may not know it but Mike Higgins helped the 2014-2015 Notre Dame basketball team to the school’s first Elite Eight in 36 years.  His...

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Humor

Thanksgiving Break Reading List

Thanksgiving Break Reading List

No one likes being bored over Thanksgiving break, so the staff at Scholastic Humor has compiled a collection of real page turners to keep you...

The Newest News

The Newest News

Church Bells from the Outside

The sacred music department is fuming after a sophomore snuck into the Basilica bell tower and played Adele’s “Hello.” Father...

The 2nd Philosphy and Theology Courses You Are Missing Out On

The 2nd Philosphy and Theology Courses You Are Missing Out On

THEO 20120 – The Lord at Liam’s: Finding Christ at the Student Health Center

How 'Bout That Debate?

How 'Bout That Debate?

Here lie my predicted jokes from the fourth Republican Debate...

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