While some graduating students at Notre Dame wear cords around their necks or decorate their graduation caps, the graduating architecture students have a tradition of adorning their pegboard caps with miniature buildings.
What's it like to be a college freshman who wants to become a priest?
As part of Walk the Walk Week, the Snite Museum of Art displayed 17 photographs on Monday, Jan. 23 in a special civil rights exhibition.
Of those who follow Notre Dame football, few would argue 2016 was the team’s finest year. Maybe it is the poor football season, or perhaps frustration with Head Football Coach Brian Kelly has reached an all-time high, but alumni are expressing their disappointment through media.
Jenna Kwak wears many hats. A Psychology and Pre-Health major from Seattle, she is also Howard Hall’s Music Commissioner and a volunteer at a local hospital. Her classmates may not realize, however, that Kwak is also a low socioeconomic status student, or in her words, “LSE.”
But Kwak says the “LSE” label does not define her.…
“We don’t have enough personnel to care for the people. I have to do many things,” she said.
The officers of Notre Dame’s new 1stG ND club are on a mission: they want to raise awareness and provide support for Notre Dame first generation and low-socioeconomic-status (LSES) students.
6 The Irish hockey team’s ranking in the latest poll, released by USA Today and USA Hockey Magazine. The Irish won three of their first four games in 2016, but have since lost to and tied with Penn State before earning a split with Connecticut, which dropped them two spots from fourth to their current position.…
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 media outlets are wrong.
In what is for some students the third change in a campus safety program during their time at Notre Dame, O’SNAP has been rebranded to SafeBouND this year.
One thing has not changed — the again-popular Birkenstock is The Look.