In the second edition of our 150th anniversary celebration, I examine one of Scholastic’s familial ties: that of editor-in-chief Mark J. Mitchell, Jr., class of 1939, and his grandson, Mark J. Mitchell IV, class of 1996, who served as managing editor.
But what about students who wish to explore avenues of leadership and service?
Professor of Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics Molly Walsh received her Ph.D. in Statistics from Northwestern and her B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Notre Dame.
In Scholastic’s November 1998 issue, Erin Lum wrote about her vain attempts to turn in an assignment past the deadline for a class taught by a “stickler for rules” — a frustration that college students are all too familiar with.
We ran on the idea of flipping the model; that is, coming to you rather than always asking you to come to us. We are excited to take that vision to the next level with our upcoming project, Town Halls On-the-Go.
Transparency is the key to any functioning government, so in every issue, Scholastic will attempt to pull back the curtain on student government and see what makes the Senate, elected to represent the interests of the student body, tick.
On Sept. 12, the St. Joseph County Council passed an interlocal agreement that, once signed, will redirect cases of discrimination within the county’s limits from Indianapolis agencies to the South Bend Human Rights Commission.
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.
From Oct. 2-6, Active Minds, a student-led club dedicated to tackling issues of mental health, has hosted Irish State of MiND: Mental Illness Awareness Week.
Despite some of South Bend’s political changes in recent years, parts of the community continue to struggle with gun violence — violence that has taken the lives of men, women and even children.
Many of the richest ND traditions are centered around the 30 on-campus residence halls, including mascots, nicknames and events.
Residential Policy Changes and Their Implications for the Student Body
Under the bright lights of Symphony Hall, 11 of basketball’s most accomplished coaches, players and administrators received long-due recognition for their accomplishments.
When Irish soccer player Jon Gallagher walked away with the Athletic Coast Conference (ACC) Offensive Player of the Year award last season, it was both an achievement marking all the success that he has had in the program and a testament to the worldwide journey that brought him here.
The year that the famous ND-USC football rivalry began.
As the men’s soccer team reaches its halfway point in the season, the Irish are in a familiar spot with regard to their place among the nation’s best teams.
Fall Saturdays at Notre Dame are some of the most exciting and anticipated days of the year.
Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. announced at 4 a.m. this morning that two new retirement communities will be added as part of the university’s new housing plan.
On the first day of fall, Notre Dame rolled out its latest initiative to improve student life on campus: pumpkin spice flavored water from the DeBartolo water fountains.
Thanks to new dining policies on campus, students can now use multiple swipes in one meal period.