Culture

Cover Story: Black History Month
Defining a Decade
A Staple of Student Life: Flag Football
Honoring Native American Heritage Month
The Best Halloween Songs
How Can You Make It to Cedar Grove?
Multicultural Fashion Show
A Global Review of Notre Dame
College GameDay: South Bend Edition
Come on Barbie, Let's Go Party?
So, What is There to Do Around Here?

So, What is There to Do Around Here?

Author: Scholastic Staff

Welcome to South Bend, Indiana!

With a population of just over 103,000, the Studebaker-studded industrial history and sprawling corn fields of South Bend look little like the major metropolises of New York or Chicago. Luckily, campus life provides plenty of opportunities for exploration and…

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Sit Wherever You Want

Sit Wherever You Want

Author: Coffman, Samuel

I first moved out on my own the summer after my freshman year of college. On Tuesday nights, the movie theater near my apartment had a deal where any movie they were showing was only $5, and there were discounts on popcorn and slushies too. For an intern who was enjoying his time but not earning much,…

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So, What is There to Do Around Here?

So, What is There to Do Around Here?

Author: Cailtin Brannigan

South Bend and its surrounding area has a lot to offer, from amazing theater productions to thrilling baseball games. As students, you’ll have access to free transportation across South Bend and parts of the surrounding area through the bus system. The bus has a stop at the Hesburgh Library on Notre…

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Faces to Remember

Faces to Remember

Author: Sara Wheeler

Take a close look. The following faces belong to those people that you, as a Notre Dame student, should know.

 

JENKINS: In April 2004, Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. was elected the 17th president of Notre Dame by the board of trustees. He is the university’s…

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Home Sweet Dome

Home Sweet Dome

Author: Lindsey Lonergan

Everyone knows Notre Dame has a long history of tradition, but few besides alumni and students are familiar with the traditions of its residence halls. The university does not allow fraternities or sororities, but the dorm culture functions similarly — without the toxicity. Dorm culture fosters sisterhood…

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Good Eats at South Bend

Good Eats at South Bend

Author: Corinne Quane

At some point during the semester, the dining hall’s food may send you running — or crawling — to the nearest off-campus eatery. Or perhaps, Modern Market won’t quite meet your standards for a romantic date. Better yet, maybe your parents will be in town and want to treat you to an expensive off-campus…

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Duncan Art Exhibition offers unique opportunity for students
32 Under 32

32 Under 32

Author: Annie Dineen

Thirty-two dorms on the university’s campus means 32 proud rectors excited to share the stories of some of their most successful, selfless and determined residents. Scholastic has asked these rectors to reveal who they find to be a remarkable representation of their dorm and the values of service, academic achievement and leadership that these dorms hold. This issue, Fr. Schimmel of Dunne Hall and Leah Kicinski of Walsh Hall have recommended the following students.

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Meet the (Student) Teachers

Meet the (Student) Teachers

Author: Caroline Ashworth

Notre Dame students have the opportunity to purchase a fitness pass through RecSports that provides access to a variety of unlimited group fitness classes. The classes are taught by passionate individuals, many of whom are undergraduate students eager to spread their love of fitness.

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Tailgating: Ohio State vs. Notre Dame
A Full-Circle Feat

A Full-Circle Feat

Author: Meghan Cappitelli

Two years after Notre Dame’s momentous defeat of Clemson during the 2020 season, the unranked Fighting Irish and No. 4 Tigers matched up again. The two games, while both resulting in an Irish win,

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Notre Dame Marriage Pact: A Chance for Ring by Spring
Winter Holidays Around the World
The Official Notre Dame Dorm Food Guide 2022-2023
To Bike a Tree or Tree a Bike: What's Up with Bikes in Trees?
Trader Joe's Fall Foods
Review: The Boys Season 3

Review: The Boys Season 3

Author: Oscar Noem

Season 3 manages to raise the stakes while deftly avoiding the classic superhero pitfall of bloating the show’s universe with greater and greater threats using one simple trick: disrupting how the characters address the conflicts before them. 

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Review: Midnights by Taylor Swift

Review: Midnights by Taylor Swift

Author: Eva Williams

For those expecting a continuation of Swift’s indie-pop “Folklore” and “Evermore,” “Midnights” was a stark departure, aligning with the tones of “1989,” “Reputation,” and “Lover.” Swift experimented with background sounds and different drum bases.

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Untold: The Girlfriend Who Didn't Exist Review