Nhat Nguyen, the rector of Duncan Hall, is far from your typical Notre Dame rector. For starters, he is famously known as DJ DuLac, the iconic DJ who provides the soundtracks for various events, including SYRs and — most importantly — Domerfest.
Juniors Max Siegel and Zach Holland aren’t your typical Zahm ticket: They’re juniors — not freshmen — and they’re serious about this campaign. And although they met each other in the infamous house, Siegel and Holland say they are opposites.
Kyren Williams’ journey to being named the ACC Rookie of the Year didn’t come easily. Redshirted as a freshman and facing a pandemic as a sophomore made his position within the running back room an uncertainty at the start of the season.
In May of 2020 the Department of Education (DOE) announced the new Title IX Rule, which introduced and amended many Title IX regulations. It would go into full effect Aug. 14, giving the University of Notre Dame, and all other schools, less than four months to discuss and implement measures compliant with the Rule.
Emma Ferdinandi brings us this month's BTN from self-quarentine.
The UCC’s goals include providing services to Notre Dame students facing issues ranging from depression or anxiety to general stress. Despite the closed campus, their mission remains.
If your eyes have been glued to the screen for the last weeks — either for class, catching up with friends or bingeing your favorite shows — take a break and stay entertained with this list of the best young adult books to devour.
Nothing stands between musicians and their audience in the Sensory Friendly Concerts, “Music and Autism.” Sponsored by the LOGAN Center, South Bend Symphony Orchestra and the Shea-Kim Duo, the concerts are created with the goal of making classical music accessible to those who have difficulty with a traditional concert setting.