On March 11 the University of Notre Dame announced that Sister Norma Pimentel, M.J. will...
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For the last 20 years, the university has experienced a steady downswing in the number of seniors living on campus.
Ten years after female students were first admitted to Notre Dame, Scholastic writer Molly Nyland argued for more social development and integration of women on campus.
Sunshine and 60 degree weather replaced February’s usual snowbanks for Junior Parents Weekend 2017. The Class of 2018 shared their home away from home with their parents and celebrated their accomplishments — including junior Henry Long’s “Chandelier” music video parody, which Fr. Jenkins played during his address at the President’s Dinner.
At Notre Dame, discourse finds a home not only in picket lines, but also in Facebook groups, on editorial pages and in the classroom.
Student senate voted to lessen sanctions against student government candidates Rohit Fonseca and Daniela Narimatsu Felippe, the Election Committee announced via press release Friday at 1 a.m.
Student body election candidates Rohit Fonseca and Daniela Narimatsu Felippe will forfeit 7 percent of the votes, judicial council says.
On the snowy morning of Jan. 27, hundreds of Michiana residents — school children, college students, professionals, monks and more — took to the streets of downtown South Bend to protest Roe v. Wade and demonstrate for the pro-life cause.
“The atmosphere was absolutely incredible. Everyone was so excited to witness this historic moment. This journey began over a year and a half ago, and to see everything finally come into fruition was amazing.”
At the highest levels of politics, partisanship and power struggles drive decisions and action. But at the local and college levels, collaboration is more important than power, and ideas trump ideology.
Since late November, the Notre Dame community has been celebrating its two newest Rhodes Scholars, current seniors Alexis (“Lexi”) Doyle and Grace Watkins. Both of the scholars became friends before the application process. They were thrilled at the prospect of continuing their studies together, as well as with a majority-female Rhodes class, at Oxford. Doyle and Watkins, however, both exhibited extreme modesty and gratitude, emphasizing the scholarship as an opportunity rather than an achievement.
Inauguration Day was cold and gray, but on the day of the Women’s March, South Bend was as warm and sunny as the first day of spring. Like spring, it was the birth of something. In the shadow of construction in downtown South Bend, people gathered to build a movement.
Politics is promises. Amid the election buzz, Corey Robinson and Becca Blais promised action and change a year ago.
The family of Lisa Yang — the Notre Dame senior who took her own life in 2015 — has sued the University of Notre Dame and the University Counseling Center for negligence, which would allow the family to be awarded the maximum amount of damages, the family’s lawyer, Daniel S. Chamberlain, said Monday.
The family of Lisa Yang — the 21-year-old Notre Dame senior who committed suicide in 2015 — filed a lawsuit Thursday against the University of Notre Dame.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos — the 2016 recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize — thanked the University of Notre Dame during his Dec. 10 Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech.
Scholastic wanted to know: what do Notre Dame’s College Democrats and Republicans think of Trump’s victory?
Few publicly predicted that America would ever call the Commander in Chief, “President Trump.” But as of November 8, 2016, that is our reality.
The setting is casual: a small group of friends gathering together in early November over Einstein’s bagels and too many jokes to count.
Jenna Kwak wears many hats. A Psychology and Pre-Health major from Seattle, she is also Howard Hall’s Music Commissioner and a volunteer at a local hospital. Her classmates may not realize, however, that Kwak is also a low socioeconomic status student, or in her words, “LSE.”
But Kwak says the “LSE” label does not define her.…
Around this time in 1988, nobody was crying, people weren’t calling for coaches to be fired and there was a bowl game to look forward to.
After a few months in office, we realized that Student Government has not historically done the best job reaching students.
Professor of Biological Sciences Hope Hollocher is known primarily for her work on the population ecology, microbiota and genetics of macaque monkeys in Southeast Asia, specifically, in Bali and Singapore. She has spent years researching these primates in the field, analyzing their DNA and studying their gut parasites, such as intestinal worms. Her main goal is to understand how genes and parasites move through macaque populations and how social interactions and human activity affect this movement.…
On Nov. 9, Catholic members of the American Sign Language community hailing from Indianapolis, Chicago and South Bend descended upon the Geddes Hall Chapel.
Only twice in the 16 years that Bob Franken has been Scholastic’s advisor has an unexpected news event required staff to doff the planned cover story and instead report the event on everyone’s mind.
“We don’t have enough personnel to care for the people. I have to do many things,” she said.