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Welcome Weekend Ushers in the Class of 2020
Justice Ginsburg gives life to a legend
Rev. Malloy, Students Remember 9/11

Rev. Malloy, Students Remember 9/11

Author: O'Neil, Alison

This morning, South Quad — usually dotted with picnickers and Frisbee players — took on a more serious note as a diverse group of students, alumni, and even young children gathered to remember the Sept. 11 attacks. Despite the heaviness of the subject matter, however, the mood of the memorial was not one of mourning alone; a message of hope and community permeated the event from beginning to end.

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Fifteen years: On Scholastic magazine and September 11
We Used to be a Protest Campus: Tessa Bangs on the Student Worker Participation Committee
“Advancing Care for Our Common Home” Brings Laudato Si’ to Life

“Advancing Care for Our Common Home” Brings Laudato Si’ to Life

Author: Andrea Vale

Laudato Si’, the papal encyclical by which the conference was inspired, was issued in May of 2015 by Pope Francis. It focuses on the environment, as well as sustainable development, and lists a series of sustainable development goals (“SDGs”) that were unanimously approved by all countries of the United Nations in September of 2015. 

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Starting the Conversation
Livid About Laetare
From the Desks of Corey and Becca
Just a Thought with Michael Meyer
Students React to Hesburgh Library Renovations
Saint Mary’s Welcomes Jan Cervelli as President‐Elect

Saint Mary’s Welcomes Jan Cervelli as President‐Elect

Author: Kevin Culligan

The Board of Trustees selected Cervelli in an eight‐month search and interview process that began when President Carol Ann Mooney announced her impending retirement. Cervelli, a South Bend native whose sister was a Saint Mary’s graduate of the class of 1972, will begin her term on June 1.

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Notre Dame Expert Schmuhl on GOP Primaries
The Keenan Revue and the Hall it Represents
A New Beginning: Dawn of the Dorms
#tbt: The Debate Over the Stay-Hall System (1964)
From the Desks of Bryan and Nidia: It's Time for Change
Just a Thought: Emmanuel Katongole
Rohr’s Hosts Student Event ‘Bites and Brews’
Letter from the Editor
Staff Endorsement for Student Government Election
Important Election Information

Important Election Information

Author: Rich Hidy

A press release sent to campus media outlets by the Student Government Election Committee of the Judicial Council says the council found the Corey Robinson-Becca Blais ticket in violation of an election law that prohibits early campaigning.

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Corey Robinson & Becca Blais
Louis Bertolotti & Elizabeth Fenton
Dominic Alberigi & Jennifer Cha
Letter from the Sports Editors
GreeNDot Promotes Cultural Shift

GreeNDot Promotes Cultural Shift

Author: Kate Harris

This fall, Notre Dame launched a new program that gives people a concrete way of identifying and differentiating between instances that promote a culture of violence and instances that challenge the culture.

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Core Curriculum Review: For A More Challenging, Flexible and Integrated Core
GALA-ND/SMC Supports LGBT Students

GALA-ND/SMC Supports LGBT Students

Author: Tessa Bangs

GALA-ND/SMC, the Gay and Lesbian Alumni of Notre Dame and Saint Mary’s College, recently announced a fundraising campaign to finance the first ever scholarship for qualified LGBT students at Notre Dame and Saint Mary’s.

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#tbt: A Notre Dame Christmas Story