Back the Bend is Back

Author: Corinne Quane

For over 10 years, Notre Dame student government has organized “Back the Bend”— a day dedicated to service in the surrounding community. April 2 marked its 12th anniversary and saw the most volunteer sign ups in Back the Bend history. Over 700 students from the tri-campus community and other local colleges participated. 

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Notre Dame & Service: Staying True to Its Mission

Author: Corinne Quane

Every Notre Dame student who has taken the Moreau First Year Experience will recognize this quote, whether their instructor presented it once or a hundred times. When Father Moreau asked Father Sorin to found a university in Indiana, it was understood that this institution would not only provide an education in mathematics and English, but also in what it means to be a good person, friend and citizen. 

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Spring Break

Author: Corinne Quane

When considering where to go to school, I didn’t think too much about distance from home. My main concerns were about the university’s community, values and tradition.

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Game Recap: Navy

Author: Corinne Quane

On the chilly but sunny afternoon of Nov. 6, the 10th-ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish faced the unranked Navy Midshipman in the 94th matchup of their long-standing rivalry. The Notre Dame-Navy rivalry commenced in 1927, and Notre Dame leads the series 79-13-1. Though rivals for quite some time, both teams have a deep respect for one another, something that is sure to continue well into the future. 

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Just a Thought- Dr. Arangno

Author: Corinne Quane

Deborah Arangno, Ph.D. is the mathematics program director and an associate professor of mathematics at Holy Cross College. Her research focuses on particle theory, cosmology, category theory, graph theory and mathematical philosophy. During her time as a graduate student at Emory University — and in all of her years since — she has taught a variety of subjects, including undergraduate mathematics, statistics and physical science.

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COVID Stragglers

Author: Corinne Quane

From masked to almost fully vaccinated, the Notre Dame campus community has undergone a 360-degree turnaround on the COVID-19 front. With vaccination rates over 90%, there’s a palpable sense of a return to what once was. Dining halls are operating at full capacity, classes are held entirely in-person and clubs and activities have resumed.

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