Having never watched Mr. Rogers growing up, the movie, which is loosely based on a true story, allowed me to meet him as if I were a child immersed in his beautiful neighborhood.
Published in 2020, Margarita Montimore’s “Oona Out of Order” is a quick, lighthearted novel that follows the life of Oona Lockhart.
Several seniors wait in the living room for help with their taxes. Two classrooms are filled with adults learning English. A lone child plays in the English as a New Language preschool. The unusual lack of attendance is likely due to the inches of snow piling up outside. Such is a Wednesday morning at the Robinson Community Learning Center.
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 March, and includes eight discussions meant to prompt honest conversations built around differing viewpoints and life experiences.
Each year, Notre Dame sends over 200 students 3,500 miles across the ocean to study in Ireland. They arrive back on campus eager to share the Irish culture, history and language. But many of those students — and others who don’t study abroad — find that same Irish tradition in Notre Dame’s classrooms, less than 3,500 steps from their dorm rooms.…
Impacting women in every corner of the globe, intimate partner violence (IPV) and its ramifications span generations.
Rev. Austin Collins, C.S.C., was a senior at Notre Dame when he took the first and only art class of his undergraduate career. Four decades later, three of his sculptures are displayed in South Bend at the roundabouts on Chippewa Avenue, Marion Street and Bartlett Street.
In the annual state of the student union address, Student Body President Gates McGavick reflected on his administration’s work to make student government more transparent, improve collaboration with campus groups and develop transformative policies.
Award-winning NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg combined her coverage of the Supreme Court with personal anecdotes and her views on the legal system in a visit to Notre Dame earlier this month.
UZIMA!, a local Afro-Caribbean dance company, celebrated Walk the Walk Week for the second consecutive year, spreading Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s message of unity, hope and faith through vibrant drumming and dance.
Irish Win Big Against Cardinal
Fifty-five years ago, two grade school boys self-described as “the two slowest, fattest kids in the class” met while running the mile.
Mechanical engineering professor Jim Schmiedeler has been teaching at Notre Dame for almost 10 years.
In a speech given at the 1940 Democratic Convention, Eleanor Roosevelt told the crowd: “This is no ordinary time.” Today, Mary Patricia (Pat) Hackett cites those same words as she campaigns to become the Democratic nominee for Indiana’s 2nd Congressional District.
Last Friday, the Notre Dame Italian Studies program organized the sixth annual Dante Now! flash mob, bringing a little bit of Italian to an otherwise very Irish campus.