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Election 2016: The Student's Perspective

Election 2016: The Student's Perspective

College Democrats and College Republicans may not agree on the best candidate in this year’s presidential election, but they do agree on one thing: The...

From the Desks of Corey and Becca

From the Desks of Corey and Becca

Announcing Race Relations Week

From Oct. 24 through 27, Student Government is hosting the first Race Relations Week in Notre Dame’s 175-year history. The goal...

Just a Thought with Catherine Bolten

Just a Thought with Catherine Bolten

Dr. Bolten has worked in Sierra Leone since 2003, making connections with many people in the capital, Freetown, as well as within the University of...

Native Voices Heard at ND

Native Voices Heard at ND

From Sept. 12 to Oct. 26, Hesburgh Library will host Native Voices: Native People’s Concepts of Health and Illness, an exhibition focused on celebrating Native...

Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor

Our sexual assault policies deserve more scrutiny.

The Title IX process has emerged as one of the most common methods for reporting a sexual assault...

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Culture

Unsung Heroes of Notre Dame

Unsung Heroes of Notre Dame

Service with a smile is a heroic act when working the late night shift at Reckers. 

Notre Dame's Globetrotting Campus Director - The one thing that followed him everywhere? Food.

Notre Dame's Globetrotting Campus Director - The one thing that followed him everywhere? Food.

Forget South Bend — for Chris Abayasinghe, Notre Dame is located at the intersection of faith, food and hospitality.

Tailgate Like a Champion Today

Tailgate Like a Champion Today

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...

#tbt: When South Dining Hall Went South

#tbt: When South Dining Hall Went South

The North-versus-South Dining Hall dispute is as much of a trademark of campus as the Golden Dome or Touchdown Jesus. 

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Sports

Opinion: NBC Deal, Freedom Are Reasons Enough to Stay Independent

Opinion: NBC Deal, Freedom Are Reasons Enough to Stay Independent

Since 1991, Notre Dame has enjoyed one of the most lucrative television deals in college sports: NBC airs a national live broadcast of every home...

Remembering Ailish Sheehan

Remembering Ailish Sheehan

A dance on the dock to her favorite song. “I Am a Champion” signs affixed to the rowing machines. A challenge to see how many...

#ByTheNumbers

#ByTheNumbers

1500 - The number of fans that will be able to fit into the Harris Family Track and Field Stadium, currently under construction on the...

VanGorder Out at DC

VanGorder Out at DC

It’s simple: Notre Dame fans expect championships and dominant defensive performances. 

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Humor

5 People to Unfriend this Election Season

5 People to Unfriend this Election Season

Every election season, Facebook and Twitter unite forces to amplify the ignorant, under-researched and highly irritating opinions that you don’t really care all that much about...

Desperate for Acceptance, Johnson Applies for Local Grocery Store Rewards Card

Desperate for Acceptance, Johnson Applies for Local Grocery Store Rewards Card

TAOS, NM – Announcing to a customer service representative that he was “asking for a friend,” presidential candidate Gary Johnson was seen walking into a...

Lost in Acres of Corn, Kaine Stumbles upon Notre Dame

Lost in Acres of Corn, Kaine Stumbles upon Notre Dame

Walking to my home in Siegfried, I overheard a student criticizing our government. With a smirk, he intellectually pondered, “What the HELL does our vice...

A Message from Fr. John I. Jenkins

A Message from Fr. John I. Jenkins

Students, faculty, staff, most beloved and generous donors: Welcome to another year at Our Lady’s University.

You’ve likely already noticed some changes on campus, such...

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