Although the COVID-19 pandemic cut the team’s 2020 season short, Notre Dame’s 2021 performance thus far has proven that the Irish coaching staff and players viewed the pandemic as an opportunity to improve.
It was a matchup that was supposed to happen on Sept. 26 at Wake Forest, but because of COVID-19, the game was rescheduled to Dec. 12. Unfortunately, seven Notre Dame football players tested positive for the virus several days before the originally scheduled game, which resulted in the isolation of 13 players. Furthermore, the Notre Dame football program wanted to ensure the safety of the rest of its players, so it paused all football-related activities for several days. Head coach Brian Kelly stated that “with student-athlete health and safety our primary focus, we will continue to follow our prevention protocols and ongoing testing procedures.” In the meantime, it was time for the team to redirect its attention to the upcoming game against Florida State.
About a decade ago, the University of Notre Dame investigated the idea of expanding technology use in the classroom. In an article written for the November 2010 issue of Scholastic, Caitlin Wilson summarized a project management class where students were lent an iPad for their convenience.
It is the start of the new decade and the Notre Dame softball team has already made significant progress in their season with certain players already beginning to stand out.
Laura Betz, assistant professor of English and Director of Undergraduate Studies in her department, focuses on Romantic-era poetry and literature. Scholastic spoke to Professor Betz to find out more about her writing and teaching.
It was the 91st time that the Irish faced the Trojans, and luckily for Notre Dame football players and fans, the rivalry game took place in South Bend this year. The Irish looked to maintain the win streak against the Trojans and the prized Jeweled Shillelagh. The weather during the game was nothing like what it would typically be like in southern California, but the Trojans still brought their A-game and gave Notre Dame all they could handle.…
It was another classic football season for Notre Dame, one that was filled with the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. While there was more than one blowout, there were also games that proved anxious and thrilling for Notre Dame fans. Although the Irish did not complete another undefeated season, they managed to secure a trip to the Camping World Bowl in Orlando and ultimately earned an 11-win season.
Notre Dame vs. USC. The ears of any college football fan perk up at the sound of this phrase.
During the final few weeks of fall and the first few weeks of winter, the Notre Dame hockey team went to battle on its non-conference slate followed by the start of Big Ten play.
During the 2018 regular football season, the Notre Dame football team did not lose any games. A significant achievement, given that the football program has not had an undefeated, unvacated season since 1988.
Irish Win Ugly Versus Cardinals
The men’s soccer team had many thrilling moments coupled with some tough losses to bear during the regular season.
Notre Dame students know all too well the struggle of walking to class after a long night, in desperate need of a jolt of caffeine.