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Letter From the Editor

Letter From the Editor

Honored. Fortunate. Excited.

Covering Columbus: Campus Leaders Respond to Mural Controversy

Covering Columbus: Campus Leaders Respond to Mural Controversy

In a move that has since ignited a social media firestorm, the Office of the President announced on Jan. 20 that it intends to cover...

Judgment Calls

Judgment Calls

[DOWN] Jokes about the weather

We get it. It’s cold.

Just A Thought

Just A Thought

Bill Hederman is a senior fellow at the University of Pennsylvania, as well as the commissioner and founder of the Intercollegiate Robotic Football Conference started...

From the Desks of Gates and Corey

From the Desks of Gates and Corey

As the close of our term in office draws near, we find ourselves contemplating the privilege we’ve had of serving you over these past months.

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#tbt A Fight That Lives On

#tbt A Fight That Lives On

In the Oct. 23, 1931 issue, Scholastic announced that Notre Dame would be sponsoring a “minor sports program.” The annual boxing tournament known as the Bengal Bouts was...

Farewell to FYS: Administration Announces Plans to Dissolve First Year of Studies

Farewell to FYS: Administration Announces Plans to Dissolve First Year of Studies

In 1962, the University of Notre Dame decided that its first-year students were not receiving the support they deserved.

Eviction Crisis Grips South Bend

Eviction Crisis Grips South Bend

Outside the walls of Notre Dame’s campus, South Bend is suffering a crisis. The city’s eviction rate is 6.71 percent — almost three times the...

“Uncle Ted:” Notre Dame Rescinds Honorary Degree of Defrocked U.S. Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick

“Uncle Ted:” Notre Dame Rescinds Honorary Degree of Defrocked U.S. Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick

Charged with sexually abusing minors and harassing and molesting multiple adult seminarians, former U.S. Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick, as the Vatican announced Feb. 16, has...

Winter Career Fair Review

Winter Career Fair Review

Due to the subzero temperatures and flight delays that accompanied the polar vortex, Notre...

Letter From the Editor

Letter From the Editor

Resiliency and fortitude in the face of adversity often defines a person or group’s...

Just A Thought

Just A Thought

The university announced in October that Joseph Antenucci Becherer has been appointed the new...

From the Desks of Gates and Corey

From the Desks of Gates and Corey

We hope you all enjoyed a great winter break! We're...

#tbt The MP3 Takeover

#tbt The MP3 Takeover

In the April 15, 1999 issue of Scholastic, Heather Hogan wrote about the recent rise...

A Call To Love: Walk the Walk Week

A Call To Love: Walk the Walk Week

There’s electricity in the air whenever discussing the remarkable life and resounding effects of...

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Culture

Creating Change, Starting with Hair

Creating Change, Starting with Hair

With the advent of Black History Month in the month of February, the need to increase cultural awareness on campus is of special importance for many...

Dorm Event Reviews

Dorm Event Reviews

Welsh Family Hall’s Dance Fest, Keenan Revue and the Polar Bear Plunge.

NPR Correspondent Nina Totenberg Visits Notre Dame

NPR Correspondent Nina Totenberg Visits Notre Dame

Award-winning NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg combined her coverage of the Supreme Court with personal anecdotes and her views on the legal system in...

De Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture Receives $10 Million Grant

De Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture Receives $10 Million Grant

Upon receiving a $10 million grant from Anthony and Christie de Nicola, Notre Dame...

UZIMA!: Drumming and Dancing for Solidarity

UZIMA!: Drumming and Dancing for Solidarity

UZIMA!, a local Afro-Caribbean dance company, celebrated Walk the Walk Week for the second...

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Sports

Men’s Tennis Team Stays Strong

Men’s Tennis Team Stays Strong

After a 7-0 record to start last season, the Fighting Irish men’s tennis team then dropped five matches in a row in a season that...

Featured Performer: John Mooney

Featured Performer: John Mooney

The highlight-reel dunk. The crossover that leaves a defender on his backside and the crowd on its feet.

By The Numbers

By The Numbers

200 - The number of male students involved in this year’s Bengal Bouts.

Track and Field Excels During Spring Meets

Track and Field Excels During Spring Meets

Beginning on Feb. 1, the Irish hosted the 32nd-annual Meyo Invitational and had a strong showing against some of the best teams in the Midwest.

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Men's Lacrosse:  Season Preview

Men's Lacrosse: Season Preview

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish finished their 2018 campaign with a disappointing loss in the first round of the NCAA tournament to Denver after a...

By The Numbers

By The Numbers

13 - The number of double-doubles that junior forward John Mooney has tallied in...

Featured Performer: Dylan Malmquist

Featured Performer: Dylan Malmquist

Senior forward Dylan Malmquist has had a solid run this 2018-2019 Notre Dame hockey...

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Humor

The Rigors of an Arts & Crafts Education

The Rigors of an Arts & Crafts Education

“I didn’t know how good I had it,” senior Mike Stemling lamented, describing his first three and a half years of hard science classes.

Saint Mary’s College cuts ties with Notre Dame and immediately becomes the superior academic institution

Saint Mary’s College cuts ties with Notre Dame and immediately becomes the superior academic institution

In a long-held secret and strategic move, Saint Mary’s College cut ties with the University of Notre Dame earlier this month to become a completely...

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