Few publicly predicted that America would ever call the Commander in Chief, “President Trump.” But as of November 8, 2016, that is our reality.
How does a Supreme Court justice — and an 83-year-old one, at that — become a youth cultural icon? Justice Ginsburg quickly made it clear that she is in on the joke.
Laudato Si’, the papal encyclical by which the conference was inspired, was issued in May of 2015 by Pope Francis. It focuses on the environment, as well as sustainable development, and lists a series of sustainable development goals (“SDGs”) that were unanimously approved by all countries of the United Nations in September of 2015.
Meyer will be walking a total of 30 miles around campus to raise money to build a well in Burkina Faso.
For five years, Show Some Skin has aimed to spark conversation about diversity across Notre Dame’s campus through monologues submitted anonymously by students.
Church officials have announced that due to the uncovering of the Starbuck’s anti-Christian bias via CupGate, the use of Blessed Salted Caramel Latte in place of Holy Water will be halted in parishes across the U.S.
Just ask any student who had to endure going trayless for a day — students need trays, and going without them is inefficient and messy.
The jocular voice that greets the crowd is all too familiar — for many families across America, it may have greeted them every morning for years. Regis Philbin, who began a speaking engagement at the Browning Cinema of the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center on Sept. 18 to raucous applause, has been on camera more than anyone else in the world, most memorably for morning talk shows like “Live! with Regis and Kathie Lee” and “Live! with Regis and Kelly.”…
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, the first Latino Supreme Court justice as well as the third appointed female justice, abandoned her typical black robes for more comfortable black slacks, a black shirt and a grey cardigan at a speaking event on Sept. 2 in Leighton Concert Hall.
“It’s easily the most unique place I’ve played at.”
A prayer service honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was held on Monday, Jan. 19 in the rotunda of Main Building under a large banner bearing the iconic photo of Father Hesburgh, arm in arm with Dr. King.
The service was followed by a mass to honor Dr. King in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart later that afternoon. The mass was presided over by Fr. Pete McCormick, C.S.C., and featured music by the Voices of Faith Gospel Choir.…
The annual Christmas tree lighting in Downtown South Bend
Q&A with Greg Koehler, general manager of South Bend’s Purple Porch Co-Op.
The embarassing tale of taking swim class for PE
Freshman realizes that he, not his bunkmate, is the weird roommate. #WellThisIsAwkward
Walsh Hall is home to unique room layouts.