The young women covered the urinals with flower pots, Carol Latronica recalled, because, well, “how do you make a men’s hall ready for women?”
“Be bold,” declares Allan Njomo and Matthew Bisner’s campaign slogan. And the ticket’s accompanying platform — filled with detailed plans for equity, accessibility and student well-being — certainly promises a bold agenda.
The evolution of Catholics’ role in American politics has been “one of the most dramatic changes in American political life over the last, say, 50 years,” said David Campbell, Notre Dame professor of political science. Campbell is the author of several books examining the role of religion in American politics.
But Ratajkowski’s essay itself was much more subtle and introspective than the headlines would suggest — at times even frustratingly opaque.
Notre Dame students and faculty had to quickly adjust to a new educational reality, completing the semester’s coursework while scattered across the globe.
As the official hype man for the local bar, Fruit and Vegetable Buddies, Nintendo has organized a mass Zoom party that will recreate the magic of a Thursday night in South Bend.
1) Are the Old College seminarians still finding ways to connect virtually? If so, what does that look like, and how does it compare to your typical in-person community time?
Now, possibly more than ever before, is a great time to read a book. But if you need a push to get into your reading groove, “The Book Review Podcast” from The New York Times is a great place to start.
You, dear reader, have encountered an Arts and Letters major in his natural habitat. Gentle, sensitive creatures, Arts and Letters majors can disorient the unsuspecting passerby with their strong, yet perplexing, opinions. Proceed with caution.
Michael Dugan and Ricardo Pozas Garza believe they can help student government better serve the student body.
In his lecture, hosted by the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture, Barr accused “militant secularists” of attacking American Judeo-Christian values.
Outside Notre Dame Stadium, a bronze sculpture of Knute Rockne rests atop an inscription: “105 WINS, 12 LOSSES, 5 TIES.” A legendary head football coach, Rockne led Notre Dame to tremendous football victories. But according to Notre Dame professor of American Studies Annie Coleman, he also understood the power of theater, marketing and spectacle.
After the chaos of Welcome Weekend fades, after parents drive away and classes begin, first-year students face a world of uncertainty.
The Muslim Student Association’s annual Islam Awareness Week Dinner brought together students and faculty from a diverse array of faith communities on March 26.
In 1962, the University of Notre Dame decided that its first-year students were not receiving the support they deserved.
As minority students with no prior student government experience, Mario Markho and Charlie Ortega believe they represent “the people’s ticket.”