Issues

Letter from the Editor

Author: Ellie Buerk

In the September 26, 1991 issue of Scholastic, writer Ian Mitchell compiled a summary of opinions about Notre Dame drawn from various college guidebooks.

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#tbt Our Ladies’ University

Author: Ellie Buerk

In 2012, women made up 49% of the undergraduate population and 12 of the last 14 Fulbright scholars. Of the past fifteen valedictorians, 47% were female and 5 of the last 11 class presidents were women.

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The Notre Dame 10

Author: Zhang, Tianle

A deeply unpopular political establishment, a military embroiled in war, a society marked by inequality and injustice — these profound problems threatening Americans 50 years ago galvanized a radical wave of student protests across the country.

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Featured Performer: Palmer Jackson

Author: Zaytoun, Martha

The men’s golf team entered the third and final round of the Quail Valley Collegiate Invitational neck and neck with the University of South Florida. The Irish had yet to secure their fourth top finish of the season when freshman Palmer Jackson walked onto the 18th green. With a birdie on the par 4, Jackson sealed the victory for the Irish, who posted a team score of 43-under-par, defeating USF by a single stroke. At 16-under-par, Jackson achieved his first individual top finish at Notre Dame. Of the five tournaments the team has participated in this season, Jackson placed in the top 10 of the field at three of them.…

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By the Numbers

Author: Sullivan, Benjamin

0: the number of losses the Irish hockey team has had in eight games this season, the first such undefeated start in franchise history in over 20 years.

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JayJay Jaykins' Election Rigged by Mafia Members

Author: Prasco, Joseph

I’m sure you’re well aware at this point that Rev. JayJay Jaykins, C.S.C. has been elected to his fourth term as university president. It was a unanimous decision by the Board of Trustees. You may be asking,

‘Why was he running unopposed?’ That’s the wrong question. What you should be asking is, “Who is this Board of Trustees?” And that, my friends, is what I shall explain.…

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