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Player Profile: Ian Book
Video Board Blends Progress and Tradition

Video Board Blends Progress and Tradition

Author: Peterson, Alina

From Fighting Irish replays to screenings of “Rudy” for the annual Flick on the Field event, Notre Dame Stadium’s spectacular video board — which measures 54.1 feet high and 95.5 feet wide — exemplifies the school’s strides toward embracing the future and advancements in technology.

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2019 Draft Preview

2019 Draft Preview

Author: Grant DelVecchio

Before the 2018 college football season, it was clear that some of Notre Dame’s dominant upperclassmen would be lucky enough to hear their names called in April at the 2019 NFL Draft in Nashville.

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2019 Recruits Look to Add to Notre Dame’s Playoff Potential
Featured Performer: Justin Yoon
Player Profile: Drue Tranquill
Defensive Line

Defensive Line

Author: David Korzeniowski

No matter what challenge lay ahead of them, they answered. No matter who they went up against, they weren’t intimated. Every week, they made a difference.

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Judgment Calls

Judgment Calls

Author: Scholastic Staff

[DOWN] Midterms

We didn’t vote for three rounds of tests.

[NEUTRAL] Christmas Carols

Don’t jump the gun.

[DOWN] No More Football

The countdown to New Mexico begins now.

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City of South Bend Receives $1 Million Grant

City of South Bend Receives $1 Million Grant

Author: Daphne Saloomey

South Bend was awarded $1 million in grant money on Oct. 29 as one of nine cities that won the Bloomberg Mayors Challenge, a year-long competition to “empower U.S. cities to generate innovation” and solutions to problems across multiple spheres.

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Historic Midterm Elections: Congressional races bring diversity, increased voter turnout
#tbt Old Fieldhouse, Then and Now
From the Desks of Gates and Corey
Just A Thought
Computing for a Cause: Irish Hacks Inspires
Judgment Calls
No “Planet B:” Ban Ki-moon Discusses Global Citizenship
Dorm Party Discrepancies: Same Policy, Different Outcomes
#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
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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Writing Faith: Marilynne Robinson Discusses God, Fiction and Individualism
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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Letter From the Editor
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
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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