For over 10 years, Notre Dame student government has organized “Back...
Student and faculty access to information through Town Hall meetings with administrators.
Michael Desch is a Professor in and Chair of the Department of Political Science, specializing in international relations.
For Junior Parents Weekend, parents returned to experience the community and home their children have made while away at college.
Criticism and conversation surround Notre Dame’s scheduled attendance at Louisville’s White Privelege Conference in March.
The university will expand the edX curriculum by adding four courses to the online database in the coming months.
Marisha Schmidt, a member of the faculty of Notre Dame’s Physical Education Department, teaches classes in yoga, tai chi and mindfulness.
A prayer service honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was held on Monday, Jan. 19 in the rotunda of Main Building under a large banner bearing the iconic photo of Father Hesburgh, arm in arm with Dr. King.
The service was followed by a mass to honor Dr. King in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart later that afternoon. The mass was presided over by Fr. Pete McCormick, C.S.C., and featured music by the Voices of Faith Gospel Choir.…
The University began renovations on Dec. 22, after final exams and a “Farewell to the Floor” celebration.
Dr. Anré Venter is a Professional Specialist and Director of Undergraduate Studies for Psychology.
Yugo offers a unique platform for organizations to both raise funds and measure and share the true impact of their work.
For better or worse, the compassion of the international community has been center stage..
Professor Martin's passions for both French culture and local foods influence his courses.
Chris Stevens (’74) hosted an event Nov. 4 to raise money and support for wounded military heroes.
The Westville Education Initiative is a pilot project that offers credit-bearing college courses at Westville Correctional Facility. Professor Stephen Fallon is helping lead the project.
Ethnic team name controversies are nothing new. How is calling ourselves the "Fighting Irish" different from other cultural names?
Notre Dame MBA student Jordan Karcher is applying Mendoza College of Business's motto, "Ask More of Business" to his entrepreneurial venture, Ground and Hounds.
RecSports quietly moved from the Athletics Department, its home since formation, to the Division of Student Affairs.