While many people probably envisioned that a return to Notre Dame would entail difficulties surrounding health and safety, the campus community has also had to grapple with another hurdle: division. Though the Fighting Irish pride ourselves on the unity of our community, COVID-19 has positioned students, faculty and administration at odds with one another.
The beginning of the semester has been an absolute whirlwind. As leaders, we are learning that one of the most important things we can do in this time is listen. Every day, the situation ahead of us takes shape in a new way, and there is no way to predict the course of the semester. However, we will do our best to actively seek out student voices, critically monitor our systems and respond with empathy.
Hugh Campbell is perfectly happy living a quiet, unassuming life. He works his boring job, lives with his awkward, deadbeat dad, and, of course, cheers on the superheroes protecting the city. But when his girlfriend dies at the hands of one of those very same “heroes,” Hughie finds himself pulled into a dark web of secrets, corruption and revenge.
Who says that COVID means we can no longer date? It’s my honor to introduce you to (drum roll please) — Notre Dame Quarantine Dating. Here is a survival guide for you to make your date count: