On Aug. 20, 2017, over three and a half years after the university first announced...
Tick tock. Tick tock. Tick tock.
As Scholastic interviewed and evaluated each ticket to decide which one we believe is most qualified for the role of student government president and vice president, we realized that each ticket was very distinct from the others in its focus and ideas.
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.
This fall, Notre Dame launched a new program that gives people a concrete way of identifying and differentiating between instances that promote a culture of violence and instances that challenge the culture.
As spread through a recent email to students, the review committee has just released a draft report of its recommendations. The recommendations do not include the Moreau First Year Experience course, which has been deemed too new to currently review.
GALA-ND/SMC, the Gay and Lesbian Alumni of Notre Dame and Saint Mary’s College, recently announced a fundraising campaign to finance the first ever scholarship for qualified LGBT students at Notre Dame and Saint Mary’s.
During that era, students could stay on campus during the ten-day break, far shorter than our modern winter break.
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.
During our Thanksgiving break, Fr. Jenkins asked the Notre Dame community and our nation to avoid “turning our backs on our Syrian brothers and sisters, but instead — and in the name of Our Lady of Refuge — share with them our bounty and protection.”
Christmas truly is the most wonderful time of the year. Anyone who disagrees provides justification to be called a Grinch.
Pope Francis’ homily embodied how God loves all people, and that families should be prioritized and cherished because “our families, our homes, are true domestic churches.”
An interview with the College Democrats officers: Grace Watkins, President, and Andrew Galo, Secretary.
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.
Fitzgerald is one of a slowly growing number of students on campus with service dogs. Service dogs meet a variety of specific student needs. There are guide dogs, hearing dogs, mobility dogs, medical alert dogs, psychiatric service dogs and autism dogs.
The professors, who all came from disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds, spoke with candor about their upbringings, how they made their way through college to academia and, specifically, to Notre Dame.
The number of eligible millennial voters will outnumber baby boomers for the first time in American history in the upcoming national election cycle. This places the brunt of the electoral power directly into the ballots of Notre Dame students.
All that is left to tell is who exactly will win this 2016 election. In this 1932 issue of Scholastic, students voiced their opinions on what kind of man they thought would do that: a man that would come to be held as one of the greatest in the country’s political history.
But the dining halls can, and should, go further to become even more sustainable; they should eliminate the use of dining hall trays completely.
Just ask any student who had to endure going trayless for a day — students need trays, and going without them is inefficient and messy.
R omana Huk is an associate professor of English who specializes in 20th century British literature and postmodern poetics. She serves as the editor-in-chief for Religion and Literature and she is currently working on a book called “Rewrit[ing] the word ‘God’”: In the Arc of Postmodern Theory, Theology and Poetry.
In a few days (or weeks — hang in there first years!), each of us will select classes for next spring. You might be searching for classes for your major or perhaps a University requirement. You may even be looking for classes that are simply engaging, regardless of whether or not the course fulfills a University requirement. Whatever you are trying to find, these classes will shape your academic experience for an entire semester.…
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.
Focusing mainly on the two subjects of further analysis of designated “high risk groups” as well as the individual colleges’ responses to the mental health needs of their students, the memo published a series of additional recommendations, categorized within the groups of Climate and Procedures and accompanied by commitments on the part of student government itself.
According to Susan Steibe-Pasalich, director of the university counseling center (UCC), more than 25 percent of undergraduate students use the UCC at some point during their four years at Notre Dame. The utopian ideal of perfect, happy students is a myth, but a persistent one that does more harm than good.
The jocular voice that greets the crowd is all too familiar — for many families across America, it may have greeted them every morning for years. Regis Philbin, who began a speaking engagement at the Browning Cinema of the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center on Sept. 18 to raucous applause, has been on camera more than anyone else in the world, most memorably for morning talk shows like “Live! with Regis and Kathie Lee” and “Live! with Regis and Kelly.”…
Miss the football game? Nope. Drive 12 hours to another city? No way. No sleep for two days? No thank you. See Pope Francis? Forget the previous questions. I’ll miss the football game to drive 12 hours to Philadelphia without any sleep just to see Pope Francis.