Restrictions on student life from the top brass at Notre Dame rubbed a lot of people the wrong way.
Students share their most memorable moments at the Notre Dame landmark.
Coming into the 2021 season, one of the biggest questions for the Notre Dame offense was who would step up to the wide receiver position.
The young women covered the urinals with flower pots, Carol Latronica recalled, because, well, “how do you make a men’s hall ready for women?”
Grewe was not going to miss the opportunity to inspire millions across the globe, even if it meant delaying his enrollment in medical school for a few weeks.
Looking back, in the monotony of a year with little social interaction, one memory stands out: the night of November 7th.
Sara Colangelo’s “Worth” revolves around the central question of whether we can assign a dollar value to one’s life.
What to expect from men's and women's soccer, and volleyball.
Scholars worked tirelessly over the summer, concocting the following list to give you a few options for when you’re walking to class alone and trying to look ‘cool’ while doing so.
This year, the university will see its campus ablaze once again with the passions of its supporters, with the hope that that very passion won’t spread the coronavirus on campus and in the South Bend community.
It seems that a deep, campus-wide hatred of Zoom is not the only consequence of last year’s hybrid learning experience.
Marvel movies have always been about spectacle, and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is no exception.
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.
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.
On June 1, 2021, Rev. Gerard “Gerry” J. Olinger, C.S.C., was named to serve as the vice president for student affairs, replacing former VP Erin Hoffmann Harding. While he only started serving this year, Olinger has already made large strides in his new role.
Both North and South Dining Hall staff are working diligently around the clock. Nevertheless, the question on students’ minds is, “Why are these lines taking forever?” Director of Campus Dining Luis Alberganti provided some color on the issues the team is currently facing.
From masked to almost fully vaccinated, the Notre Dame campus community has undergone a 360-degree turnaround on the COVID-19 front. With vaccination rates over 90%, there’s a palpable sense of a return to what once was. Dining halls are operating at full capacity, classes are held entirely in-person and clubs and activities have resumed.
Laura Dassow Walls is the William P. and Hazel B. White Professor of English at Notre Dame. Her research primarily focuses on the Transcendentalism movement. Interested in historical American figures such as Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson, Walls explores how language finds its place in the non-human world of the outdoor environment.
It has been wonderful to be back — to see faces, hug one another and be with each other. We have loved to see our Irish back in action on the football field, soccer pitch and volleyball court. Our theme for the year as Student Government has been “Onward.”
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.