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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
Remembering Sr. Mary McNamara
#tbt ND Housing Remains Unchanged Despite Student Opinion
From the Desks of Becca and Sib
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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Crossroads Completed: Duncan Student Center Adds New Dimension to Campus Life
#tbt Women Take Power at Notre Dame
Students March for Life in Washington
Just a Thought
Staff Endorsement: Alex Kruszewski & Julia Dunbar
Gates McGavick & Corey Gayheart: Gratitude for School Reconciles Opposite Viewpoints
Alex Kruszewski & Julia Dunbar: Proven Dedication, Potential Innovation
Andrew Gannon & Mark Moran: Fresh Faces, Fresh Perspectives
Old vs. New, Tried vs. True
From the Desks of Becca and Sib: Finishing Strong
Big Changes: Analyzing Coaches' First Irish Seasons
Despite Personnel Turnover, Irish Building for the Future
Notre Dame Employees and Students Recover Birth Control Coverage

Notre Dame Employees and Students Recover Birth Control Coverage

Author: Ashley Lo

Notre Dame’s third-party health plan partners will continue to provide contraceptives to plan members, the university announced on Nov. 7. 

The decision came as a major turnabout after the university notified faculty and staff on Oct. 27 that Notre Dame would act on the Trump Administration overhaul of an Affordable Care Act, or “Obamacare,” mandate that required employers to provide birth control coverage. …

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Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor

Author: Tessa Bangs

What happens when the nation’s most pressing social issues come into play on Notre Dame’s campus? How do those in positions of power and authority react to these conflicts? In what ways do the affected students, faculty and staff come to terms with these decisions?

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2018 Commencement Speaker Announced
Opioid Crisis Hits Close to Home

Opioid Crisis Hits Close to Home

Author: Joe Disipio

A few weeks ago, a family from Granger, Indiana appeared on the “Today” show. In many cases, it would be cause for celebration to see a family from eight miles down the road on national television. 

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Four Asks: Countering Changes to Title IX

Four Asks: Countering Changes to Title IX

Author: Andrea Vale

On Sept. 22, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos’ department announced that the current presidential administration would be rescinding Obama-era guidance on how to handle sexual assault on campuses across the country.

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From the Desks of Becca and Sib
#tbt Nuclear Fears: Then and Now

#tbt Nuclear Fears: Then and Now

Author: Peter Baltes

In 1984, the world was still gripped by the Cold War. Harsh rhetoric flew back and forth between Washington and Moscow, and fears of nuclear Armageddon would not have been misplaced.

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