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Reviews

Author: Scholastic Staff

Read reviews for Mr. ND, Homescapes, Gardaland, “WASP” and “American Roulette” and Into Thin Air

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Campus Dining: Is It Inclusive Enough for All Students?
Doctors in Italy Offers Shadow Opportunity -- A Column
“Standing in the Eye:” Friendman Lecture Tackles Technological Development and Globalization
Reviews

Reviews

Author: Scholastic Staff

Reviews on: To All the Boys I've Loved Before, NDH Music, a Juice Concert, The Third Murder, and Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.

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“This Place Was Built For Concerts”
Social Responsibility Served with a Ben and Jerry on Top
Father Chase Pepper Earns Gates Scholarship to Study at Cambridge
Hawaii Club Celebrates Spring Luau
Notre Dame Folk Choir Featured in
Diverse Notre Dame: Race Relations and Inclusion Efforts on Campus
Activist Dolores Huerta Visits Notre Dame
Modern Women's Prints Displayed at Snite Museum
Celebrating a Legend's Life and Morals
Modern Market Mixes Memories and Innovative Food
Debunking the

Debunking the "Rhetoric of Fear"

Author: Andrea Vale

Walking through the Baobab Refugee Camp in Rome one afternoon last April, I first have to navigate a sea of empty tents filling a parking lot. Many are slightly upended, crammed alongside each other with their flaps hanging open. A few are weighted down with rocks. Some shelters consist of nothing more than rigged up tarps, cardboard boxes and garbage bags.
 
Save for a few women talking quietly, huddled together on plastic lawn chairs, the only movement comes from a breeze lifting a flimsy sheet hanging on the fence proclaiming, “Refugees welcome.”

As I make my way to the center, however, I come upon an oasis bursting with humanity.

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Research Practicum Students Recount Galapagos Experience

Research Practicum Students Recount Galapagos Experience

Author: O'Neil, Alison

Nearly two centuries ago, Charles Darwin formulated his famous theory of evolution — a theory with far-reaching implications for medicine, ecology and the social sciences — largely due to the species he witnessed while traveling in Ecuador’s Galapagos Islands. This volcanic archipelago, home to species found nowhere else in the world, remains the site of many modern-day research studies on everything from micro-evolution to animal behavior. This October break, a 2-credit research practicum offered through the College of Science gave students the opportunity to pursue their own research projects in the “living laboratory” of the Galapagos.…

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Lives of Courage: A Holy Cross Priest Recounts Stories of Faith
Defying DACA
Notre Dame Alumna, Adjunct Professor Runs for Congress
Building Bridges to Peace
Scholastic Moves to Duncan Student Center
Andean Health and Development Celebrates 20 Years: Providing Health Care in the Spirit of Fr. Ted
Blaze Pizza: On the Hot Seat

Blaze Pizza: On the Hot Seat

Author: Daphne Saloomey

On Oct. 23, Blaze Pizza in the Eddy Street Commons was temporarily closed by the St. Joseph County Health Department for a string of non-critical and critical violations, including vinegar flies in the dining room, nonfunctional food storage cooling equipment and unsealed toilets in both the men’s and women’s restrooms.

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Mental Illness Awareness Week
Kept on Campus
Hall Events Unite Campus
South Bend Survivors March for Peace
Dante Now! Introduces Notre Dame to Italian Culture