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Reviews: April Issue
Student Body President Discusses Student State of the Union
Just A Thought

Just A Thought

Author: Krienke, Kimani

Rev. Wilson “Bill” Miscamble, C.S.C. is a Holy Cross priest, history professor and historian at Notre Dame who studies U.S. diplomatic and political history.

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Judgment Calls
A Rector’s Farewell
#tbt Facelift ‘88
From the Desks of Elizabeth and Pat
Judgment Calls
Letter From the Editor
Covering Columbus: Campus Leaders Respond to Mural Controversy
The Invisible Problem: Exploring Mental Health at Notre Dame
“Uncle Ted:” Notre Dame Rescinds Honorary Degree of Defrocked U.S. Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick
Eviction Crisis Grips South Bend
Farewell to FYS: Administration Announces Plans to Dissolve First Year of Studies
#tbt A Fight That Lives On

#tbt A Fight That Lives On

Author: Krienke, Kimani

In the Oct. 23, 1931 issue, Scholastic announced that Notre Dame would be sponsoring a “minor sports program.” The annual boxing tournament known as the Bengal Bouts was born.

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From the Desks of Gates and Corey
Just A Thought

Just A Thought

Author: Jake Plocher

Bill Hederman is a senior fellow at the University of Pennsylvania, as well as the commissioner and founder of the Intercollegiate Robotic Football Conference started at Notre Dame.

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Winter Career Fair Review

Winter Career Fair Review

Author: Maria Hieber

Due to the subzero temperatures and flight delays that accompanied the polar vortex, Notre Dame’s winter career fair was rescheduled from Jan. 30 to Feb. 13.

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Letter From the Editor
Four Tickets, Countless Ideas
Mario Markho & Charlie Ortega: Diversity, Practicality, Involvement
Eduardo Luna & Haley Coleman: Balanced, Pragmatic, Unified
Staff Endorsement: Elizabeth Boyle & Patrick McGuire
Elizabeth Boyle & Patrick McGuire: Experience and Passion

Elizabeth Boyle & Patrick McGuire: Experience and Passion

Author: David Korzeniowski

Just four hours after Notre Dame student government released the names of the four tickets running for student body president and vice president, junior Elizabeth Boyle and sophomore Patrick McGuire braved the single-digit temperatures on campus and made their way to the second floor of the Duncan Student Center to meet with Scholastic.

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Carlston Chang & Kevin O’Leary: Bringing the “Aloha Spirit” to South Bend
A Call To Love: Walk the Walk Week

A Call To Love: Walk the Walk Week

Author: Paris Shirley

There’s electricity in the air whenever discussing the remarkable life and resounding effects of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. For the fourth consecutive year, the campus celebrated its unique shared history with the late reverend with a Walk the Walk Week that took place from Jan. 20-26.

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#tbt The MP3 Takeover

#tbt The MP3 Takeover

Author: Krienke, Kimani

In the April 15, 1999 issue of Scholastic, Heather Hogan wrote about the recent rise of MP3 player usage on campus, especially in regard to the party scene.

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From the Desks of Gates and Corey
Just A Thought

Just A Thought

Author: Anne-Marie Kommers

The university announced in October that Joseph Antenucci Becherer has been appointed the new director of the Snite Museum of Art.

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