Whenever Notre Dame basketball is relevant deep into March Madness, memories of the distinguished days of Digger start to resurface.
“I think we have to recalibrate all of our political thinking these days and conventional wisdom does not apply when one is talking about Donald J. Trump,” says Bob Schmuhl.
The top of Grace Hall is shining for Notre Dame men’s lacrosse, possibly the program most associated with that No. 1 distinction.
Notre Dame women’s lacrosse will win the ACC Title.
Notre Dame men’s basketball will reach the Sweet 16.
Notre Dame softball outfielder Karly Wester will eclipse her program best career batting average.
Tick tock. Tick tock. Tick tock.
A press release sent to campus media outlets by the Student Government Election Committee of the Judicial Council says the council found the Corey Robinson-Becca Blais ticket in violation of an election law that prohibits early campaigning.
The Irish have received 21 verbal commitments thus far in the incoming freshman class, including 10 four-star recruits, according to ESPN. The Irish have prioritized key positions in the trenches during the recruitment of athletes under Kelly.
Brian Kelly’s sixth season at Notre Dame included double digit wins for the second time in his tenure. Kelly has now won 55 games at Notre Dame, including 39 victories in the last four seasons. Some fans, however, still believe that Kelly isn’t the right man to lead the Irish to the college football playoffs in the coming years.
Debate across America is swirling around this central question related to the Syrian refugee crisis. President Obama has said that 10,000 refugees will be permitted entry into the U.S. over the next year.
Christmas truly is the most wonderful time of the year. Anyone who disagrees provides justification to be called a Grinch.
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 O’Reilly Factor” on Fox News last year and was vocal about his conservative ideology in debates and conversations around campus.
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 announcement on Oct. 7 detailing the development.
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 into.
As Notre Dame students, we are now expected to balance the demands of our many endeavors.
I invite everyone to join with me, making a commitment today to enjoy the ride. Together, we’ll roll with the winds of the unknown and let them take us wherever they may, as Notre Dame becomes the guiding force.
The Notre Dame student experience is grounded in green. The university’s everyday operations, the expansive Notre Dame community and the university’s longtime viability are supported by an unimaginably vast network of financial resources.
In 1988, the university contained about six million square feet of building space. Today, 40 percent of Notre Dame has been built in the past 25 years as the square footage of the campus has reached 10 million.
Women's lacrosse is trying to translate their regular season su ccess into post-season victories.
In 2015, Notre Dame will choose a starting quarterback from among four candidates.
Brian Kelly’s offensive philosophy
The Music City Bowl features two teams wondering what could have been in 2014.
The Irish opened the 2014 track and field season with much to be determined in head coach Alan Turner’s first season.
Here's why the Irish defense will improve moving forward.
Irish Hockey needs to be more balanced in order to make it to the next level.
Notre Dame MBA student Jordan Karcher is applying Mendoza College of Business's motto, "Ask More of Business" to his entrepreneurial venture, Ground and Hounds.
Childhood friends Cole Luke and Jamie Westbrook reunite in South Bend.