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#tbt Fall Flu Blitz

#tbt Fall Flu Blitz

Author: Analie Fernandes

As the leaves turn red, so do our noses: The beginning of fall also heralds the beginning of flu season. Don’t worry, though, Notre Dame is prepared.

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From the Desks of Gates and Corey
No “Planet B:” Ban Ki-moon Discusses Global Citizenship
Just A Thought

Just A Thought

Author: Hunter Bratton

Dr. Timothy Carone is an associate professor in the Department of Information Technology, Analytics, and Operations (ITAO) at the Mendoza College of Business.

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Judgment Calls
Writing Faith: Marilynne Robinson Discusses God, Fiction and Individualism
Letter From the Editor
NDTOGO

NDTOGO

Author: Lee, Michael

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.

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KiNDness for All: Teaching Lessons Through Literature
Many Hands, Many Homes

Many Hands, Many Homes

Author: O'Neil, Alison

As Notre Dame students began their second week of classes, a new spirit of philanthropy swept through St. Joseph County: the 35thCarter Work Project.

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#tbt Pride and Promise: The Rainbow Road
From the Desks of Gates and Corey
Judgment Calls
Just A Thought

Just A Thought

Author: Peterson, Alina

Dr. James McKenna is the endowed chair in the Department of Anthropology, as well as the director of the Mother-Baby Behavioral Sleep Lab at Notre Dame.

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EdNotes
The Future of Arts and Letters: Newly Appointed Dean Sarah Mustillo Shares Insights
#tbt To a Trend That Won't End
Sister Norma Pimentel, M.J. to Receive Notre Dame’s Laetare Medal
Just a Thought: Sarah McKibben
From the Desks of Becca and Sib
Crossroads Completed: Duncan Student Center Adds New Dimension to Campus Life
Remembering Sr. Mary McNamara
#tbt ND Housing Remains Unchanged Despite Student Opinion
Just a Thought
ScreenPeace Film Festival Highlights Topics in Global Peace Studies
Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor

Author: Tessa Bangs

As I close one personal chapter, Scholastic as an institution simultaneously turns a new page while looking back into its long and storied past. 

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Students March for Life in Washington
Staff Endorsement: Alex Kruszewski & Julia Dunbar
Gates McGavick & Corey Gayheart: Gratitude for School Reconciles Opposite Viewpoints