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Land O'Lakes Marks Fifty Years

Land O'Lakes Marks Fifty Years

On Tuesday, Sept. 5, five presidents of major Catholic universities gathered in McKenna Hall to discuss the history, legacy and future of the Land O’Lakes...

New Notre Dame Stadium: Exploring the Modifications of Campus Crossroads

New Notre Dame Stadium: Exploring the Modifications of Campus Crossroads

On Aug. 20, 2017, over three and a half years after the university first announced its Campus Crossroads project, the new and improved Notre Dame...

#tbt When the Klan Descended on South Bend

#tbt When the Klan Descended on South Bend

Just over 93 years ago, Notre Dame students experienced an event that feels all too relevant given recent instances of social unrest across the country....

From the Desks of Becca and Sib - Starting a New Year Strong

From the Desks of Becca and Sib - Starting a New Year Strong

It has been a busy first month of the semester in the student government office. Our entire team — the Executive Cabinet, departments, Senate, and...

Just a Thought

Just a Thought

Meghan Sullivan is a professor of philosophy at Notre Dame. She has degrees from the University of Virginia and the University of Oxford, and she...

Entranced by the Eclipse

Entranced by the Eclipse

Students, faculty and community members came together on Aug. 21, one day before the start of classes, to view the Great American Eclipse on the...

Celebrating Scholastic's 150th Anniversary

Celebrating Scholastic's 150th Anniversary

As part of our 150th anniversary celebration, I will be including a brief story in each edition of Scholastic this year about one of our...

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Culture

In the LimeLight: Successes and Limitations of Notre Dame's LimeBikes

In the LimeLight: Successes and Limitations of Notre Dame's LimeBikes

The green flashes, the whirring wheels, the ice cream truck-style startup jingles: it’s hard to miss the LimeBikes scattered around campus and throughout the city....

The Return of the New North: Mixed Feelings in a Love-Hate Relationship

The Return of the New North: Mixed Feelings in a Love-Hate Relationship

After 10 months of tireless construction, North Dining Hall’s long-awaited restoration has finally arrived, welcoming students back with bright novelty. Construction workers have replaced the...

All-Time Lows: An Opinions Column on the Current Presidential Administration

All-Time Lows: An Opinions Column on the Current Presidential Administration

Since President Donald Trump’s election in 2016, the same words have dominated news headlines when it comes to his approval ratings: all-time low.

(Signing) Up in the Club(s)

(Signing) Up in the Club(s)

Notre Dame’s Student Activities Office hosted Activities Night 2017 on Aug. 29 in the Notre Dame Stadium concourse. An assembly of over 300 clubs specializing...

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Sports

#ByTheNumbers

#ByTheNumbers

The number of consecutive season openers that the Notre Dame men’s cross country team has won with a perfect score. On Sept. 1, the Irish...

Featured Performer: Rebecca Nunge

Featured Performer: Rebecca Nunge

Last year, Irish volleyball player Rebecca Nunge was called the team’s “Swiss Army knife” because of her versatility on the court. This year, Nunge has...

Remembering Ara

Remembering Ara

The Notre Dame community lost a legend in the early hours of Wednesday, Aug. 2, when two-time national champion and College Football Hall of Fame...

Flick on the Field Prepares Irish Student Body for 2017 Football Season

Flick on the Field Prepares Irish Student Body for 2017 Football Season

It was a weekend evening in late August, and the music of “Rudy” boomed out from the stadium, extending over what seemed like the majority of...

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Humor

Complete Opening of Campus Crossroads Postponed until 2078

Complete Opening of Campus Crossroads Postponed until 2078

The full opening of the Campus Crossroads project, originally set to open in spring 2018, has now been delayed by 60 years. Duncan Student Center,...

 Nearly Half of Notre Dame Squirrels Blinded by Solar Eclipse

Nearly Half of Notre Dame Squirrels Blinded by Solar Eclipse

While most students enjoyed or even celebrated the recent solar eclipse, this astronomical event has devastated the squirrel population. As of Monday’s eclipse, public health...

I Looked at the Eclipse and as Penance I Have to Read Everybody's Study Abroad Blogs

I Looked at the Eclipse and as Penance I Have to Read Everybody's Study Abroad Blogs

So I did it. God posed me a challenge, and just like the time with the yogurt, I rose to meet it. I’d like to...

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