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Perspectives: Items in a Box

Perspectives: Items in a Box

Author: Meghan Cappitelli

I’ve always been pretty keen on birthdays. I think they serve as a wonderful excuse to reflect on a year’s worth of shared memories or to reach out to those with whom you’ve lost touch. Ironically, however, my own annual celebration does not pique my interest quite as much. 

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Opinion: A Sense of Dread
40th Anniversary of PW and PE
“Maid” Review
Perspectives: Appalachia
The Morning Show Review
LGBTQ+ Visibility

LGBTQ+ Visibility

Author: Claire Early

The year is 1986, and Steffanie Keller is nervous. It’s her freshman year at Notre Dame, and she has just been assigned her first story as a writer for Scholastic. Some of her nerves stem from her anxiety about proving herself as a writer, but mostly she’s afraid that she won’t be able to do such a controversial story justice.

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What's Up With: The Construction by the Lakes
Wallows Review

Wallows Review

Author: Stephanie Hauser

Last month on August 6, fans lucky enough to secure a ticket to the Wallows surprise show “Live at the Roxy” were treated to a sneak peak of an unreleased track at the set’s close. The song was teased earlier in the month across the band’s official social media accounts, later performed for the first time live in concert and officially released on September 30 with an accompanying video. 

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Perspectives: Memories at the Grotto
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Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
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Your Resident Menu Writer, Artist and Forever Ally, Lori

Your Resident Menu Writer, Artist and Forever Ally, Lori

Author: Maria Wong

If you are among the elite patronage of students that frequents North Dining Hall, there is a chance that you’ve seen... a chipmunk drawn on the whiteboard that overlooks the lobby of North Dining Hall. Meet Lori Haselrick, the artist behind North Dining Hall's intricately illustrated whiteboards.

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Bleeding Blue and Gold for Decades

Bleeding Blue and Gold for Decades

Author: Megan Kelleher

Most students at Notre Dame love to joke that they “bleed blue and gold,” but sophomore Jimmy Maher quite literally has Notre Dame blood coursing through his veins. “Jimmy” is short for James Vincent Maher V, who is the fourth generation of Maher men to attend Notre Dame. 

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What’s Up With the Food Trucks?

What’s Up With the Food Trucks?

Author: Emma Koster

Are you getting tired of the same old dining classics? Maybe it’s time to venture outside of Duncan Student Center or Lafun to try out one of the newly contracted food trucks on Notre Dame’s campus.

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Getting to Know Notre Dame Frontline
Sunny Days in South Bend
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Juniors Build Community: Friendship in First-Ever Undergraduate Community in Fischer Grad
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Review: "Seaspiracy"

Author: Dessi Gomez

As the title alludes to, the film emphasizes the cycle of corruption within commercial fisheries and the extensive conspiracy theory surrounding the ethics of the fishing industry.

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Movie Review: "Moxie"

Author: Katherine Holtz

Released on March 3 during Women’s History Month, “Moxie,” a Netflix original movie directed by Amy Poehler, is the feminist film everyone thinks they want.

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Book Review: “What It Means to be Human: The Case of the Body in Public Bioethics”
The Rector Behind DJ DuLac

The Rector Behind DJ DuLac

Author: Emma Ferdinandi

Nhat Nguyen, the rector of Duncan Hall, is far from your typical Notre Dame rector. For starters, he is famously known as DJ DuLac, the iconic DJ who provides the soundtracks for various events, including SYRs and — most importantly — Domerfest.

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‘WandaVision’ is Engaging and Mysterious

‘WandaVision’ is Engaging and Mysterious

Author: Oscar Noem

While it’s difficult to make a horror TV show that genuinely scares the audience, it has always been more difficult to make a show that truly unnerves the viewer. Somehow, the new Disney+ original “WandaVision” manages to perfectly nail the atmosphere of “something’s not quite right.”

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‘The Invention of Nature: Alexander Von Humboldt’s New World’ is Refreshing and Fascinating