News

When in Doubt, Throw it Out: Demystifying Sustainability at Notre Dame

When in Doubt, Throw it Out: Demystifying Sustainability at Notre Dame

For years, Americans have been told to follow the three R’s: reduce, reuse and recycle...

Annual Collegiate Jazz Festival Celebrates 62nd Anniversary

Annual Collegiate Jazz Festival Celebrates 62nd Anniversary

On Friday, Feb. 21 and Saturday, Feb. 22, professors, players and purists of jazz flocked to Notre Dame for the university's...

#tbt: Cold Weather Connects Generations of Notre Dame Students

#tbt: Cold Weather Connects Generations of Notre Dame Students

According to the December 1975 edition of Scholastic, the winter blues have affected...

Breaking Down Misconceptions: Exoneration at Notre Dame

Breaking Down Misconceptions: Exoneration at Notre Dame

CURRENTLY 2,559 EXONERATIONS. MORE THAN 22,540 YEARS LOST.

Just a Thought: Annie Gilbert

Just a Thought: Annie Gilbert

Annie Gilbert, associate professor of American studies and concurrent associate professor of history, has a passion for sports studies and the...

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Culture

“It’s a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” Review

“It’s a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” Review

Having never watched Mr. Rogers growing up, the movie, which is loosely based on a true story, allowed me to meet...

“Oona Out of Order” Review

“Oona Out of Order” Review

Published in 2020, Margarita Montimore’s “Oona Out of Order” is a quick, lighthearted novel that follows the life of Oona Lockhart.

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Love, Crime and History in Spanish Dramas: A Review

Love, Crime and History in Spanish Dramas: A Review

If, by this point, you're already tired of the same old suspense, drama and romance plots that American shows and movies...

Healer: A Must-Listen Album for a Satisfying Afternoon

Healer: A Must-Listen Album for a Satisfying Afternoon

If there’s one artist you don’t know well enough, it’s Grouplove. Never fear, though, because it’s not too late: “HealerRead More

“The Invisible Man” Review

“The Invisible Man” Review

“The Invisible Man,” starring Elizabeth Moss of “Mad Men” and “The Handmaid’s Tale”, offers thrill after thrill, guaranteed to get you through quarantine.

"Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness" Review

In a time full of unprecedented events, “Tiger King” is somehow undoubtedly the strangest thing I’ve seen in weeks. And it...

“The Book Review Podcast,” from the New York Times

“The Book Review Podcast,” from the New York Times

Now, possibly more than ever before, is a great time to read a book. But if you need a push to get...

Scholastic’s Premier Podcast Recommendations

Scholastic’s Premier Podcast Recommendations

While a lot of this time has probably been spent bingeing on Netflix or catching up on books that have been...

“Curb Your Enthusiasm,” Season 10: Review

“Curb Your Enthusiasm,” Season 10: Review

In this unexpected season of binge-watching and free time, Larry David’s latest season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” provides a welcome distraction, countless laughs and is...

YA Must-Reads

YA Must-Reads

If your eyes have been glued to the screen for the last weeks — either for class, catching up with friends...

“Love is Blind” Review

“Love is Blind” Review

“Is love really blind?” This question, asked many times over the course of 10 episodes, is the premise of the new...

"Knives Out" Review

A late-2019 drama that has continued to garner acclaim into 2020, Rian Johnson’s “Knives OutRead More

"The Two Popes" Review

“The Two Popes,” a new Netflix movie directed by Fernando Meirelles and written by Anthony McCarten, follows the blossoming friendship between...

Good Intentions Highlighted In Bieber’s New Music Video

Good Intentions Highlighted In Bieber’s New Music Video

The music video shines a spotlight on three struggling women who are supported by Alexandria House — a transitional residency in...

Robinson Community Learning Center Plans for Relocation

Robinson Community Learning Center Plans for Relocation

Several seniors wait in the living room for help with their taxes. Two classrooms are filled with adults learning English. A...

Embracing Intersectionality: Flaherty Feminism Prompts Discussion on Equality

Embracing Intersectionality: Flaherty Feminism Prompts Discussion on Equality

In their conversation series, Flaherty Feminism, Flaherty Hall is exploring what feminism means in an intersectional society. The series overlaps with Women’s History Month in...

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Sports

Softball 2020 Season Opener Recap

Softball 2020 Season Opener Recap

It is the start of the new decade and the Notre Dame softball team has already made significant progress in their...

Baseball Opening Weekend Recap

Baseball Opening Weekend Recap

The Notre Dame baseball team won its opening series 2-1 with a strong offensive weekend against the University of Alabama at...

Men’s Basketball Mid-Season Review and Forecast

Men’s Basketball Mid-Season Review and Forecast

The Notre Dame men’s basketball team ended the regular season 20-12 and 10-10 in the ACC, placing them at seventh in...

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

22 — The number of saves that senior hockey goalie, Cale Morris, made in the matchup against Michigan State to stave...

Featured Performer: John Mooney

Featured Performer: John Mooney

When the Los Angeles Athletic Club announced the mid-season top 25 student-athletes who were frontrunners for the NCAA’s most prestigious basketball...

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Humor

The Menace of Electric Scooters

The Menace of Electric Scooters

I bring great news: by executive order of our university president, JayJay Jaykins, electric scooters have been forever banned from the...

How to Talk to an Arts and Letters Major

How to Talk to an Arts and Letters Major

You, dear reader, have encountered an Arts and Letters major in his natural habitat. Gentle, sensitive creatures, Arts and Letters majors...

Johnson Family Hall Ruled Off-Campus

Johnson Family Hall Ruled Off-Campus

After a long-running investigation, university officials have ruled that Johnson Family Hall, the new Notre Dame women’s residence set to welcome 225 undergraduates next fall,...

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