Student senate voted to lessen sanctions against student government candidates Rohit Fonseca and Daniela Narimatsu Felippe, the Election Committee announced via press release Friday at 1 a.m.
Student body election candidates Rohit Fonseca and Daniela Narimatsu Felippe will forfeit 7 percent of the votes, judicial council says.
At the highest levels of politics, partisanship and power struggles drive decisions and action. But at the local and college levels, collaboration is more important than power, and ideas trump ideology.
The family of Lisa Yang — the Notre Dame senior who took her own life in 2015 — has sued the University of Notre Dame and the University Counseling Center for negligence, which would allow the family to be awarded the maximum amount of damages, the family’s lawyer, Daniel S. Chamberlain, said Monday.
The family of Lisa Yang — the 21-year-old Notre Dame senior who committed suicide in 2015 — filed a lawsuit Thursday against the University of Notre Dame.
Scholastic wanted to know: what do Notre Dame’s College Democrats and Republicans think of Trump’s victory?
Only twice in the 16 years that Bob Franken has been Scholastic’s advisor has an unexpected news event required staff to doff the planned cover story and instead report the event on everyone’s mind.
Around 80 students protested Donald J. Trump’s election outside Debartolo Hall Wednesday morning, chanting their support for undocumented immigrants, Muslims and other minority groups.
Decisions, decisions — we’ve got a lot of them.
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 on campus. But Scholastic wanted to know: Is an administrative process an adequate way to manage incidents that are often also felony crimes — including rape, stalking and physical violence?…
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Platform Focus: Mental Health
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 was warranted.
“When you commission, part of the oath is ‘I swear to defend the Constitution'. It’s the military. If it’s illegal, you don’t do it.”
The Hammes Notre Dame Bookstore brings its A-game for cheering fans who visit.
An analysis of declining enrollment in the College of Arts and Letters
A record number of Notre Dame students have used UCC services this year.
Ethnic team name controversies are nothing new. How is calling ourselves the "Fighting Irish" different from other cultural names?
A Q&A with Notre Dame Endowed Chair in Philosophy, Gary Gutting.
The Bridge Project is changing the dynamic between Notre Dame and the surrounding community, all to a sweet South Bend soundtrack.