Revelry at the Revue

Author: Joe Disipio

In a year of political and social divisiveness, the Knights of Keenan Hall sought to weave a theme of unity through their 41st annual Keenan Revue.

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#ByTheNumbers

Author: Joe Disipio

01: Notre Dame men’s lacrosse team was ranked 1 and 2 as they entered their match-up with #13/12 Duke on Sunday April 10. The Irish still only had one loss entering the game. Notre Dame and Duke have met 16 times, with the Blue Devils leading the series 10 to 6, though the teams have split games played in South Bend. The Duke game will be key in the Irish’s quest to win the ACC and to secure a national championship for the first time in the program’s history.…

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#BytheNumbers

Author: Joe Disipio

14 Notre Dame men’s lacrosse has opened the past 14 seasons with a win.

400 The Irish softball team has recorded exactly 400 wins at home throughout the program’s 27-year history.

86 This year marks the 86th edition of Bengal Bouts.

4 In Muffet McGraw’s 29 seasons as head coach of the Notre Dame women’s basketball team, she has led her team to a top four finish in conference play 26 times.

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The Yin and the Yang

Author: Joe Disipio

The two had just tried to pin one word to define their time at Notre Dame spent in Duncan Hall and had ended up explaining how a distant flickering star, a love of Fall Out Boy, and a few good pipes had led the two of them down to where they are now.

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Tour Tilted: The Concert that Almost Was

Author: Joe Disipio

On the eve of the concert, a university official notified representation of Tilt and The Chainsmokers that, because the contract between Notre Dame and the group had remained unsigned, the contract was terminated, the concert cancelled.

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#BytheNumbers

Author: Joe Disipio

533 As of Dec. 7, the Fighting Irish men’s basketball team has successfully made at least one three-pointer in 553 consecutive games. A 101-70 loss to Connecticut on Jan. 12, 1998, was the last time the Irish failed to make a three-point field goal.

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Basketball Review

Author: Joe Disipio

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 and preseason No. 1 North Carolina will all travel to the JACC to test the Irish.

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A Dream Come True

Author: Joe Disipio

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 name did not appear next to Grant and Connaughton in the box scores or on the roster, but that does not mean he was not an integral piece to the Irish’s success.

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Wallabies Visit Notre Dame

Author: Joe Disipio

On Aug. 29, the Australian national rugby team arrived at Notre Dame, where they trained for two weeks, in preparation for a September friendly match with the U.S. Eagles in Chicago preceding the 2015 Rugby World Cup in England.

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The Time is Now: The Magic of May and NCAA Lacrosse

Author: Joe Disipio

ND was truly abuzz on Friday as students scrambled to enjoy the (somewhat) warm April weather. With a jam-packed line-up of events set for the weekend ahead, everyone seemed well informed on the variety of opportunities to enjoy the weekend before retiring to Club Hes for the finals push. Though most students were excited about AnTostal and the Fisher Regatta, one important event was going down Friday night that very few students seemed interested in: the ACC men’s lacrosse tournament.…

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