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Baumers Endow Lacrosse Head Coach

Author: Daily Domer Staff

As the No. 1-ranked men’s lacrosse team gets ready to participate in NCAA Championship Weekend, John Baumer '90 and his wife have made a gift to endow the program’s head coaching position. Read More

ND Dean to Bike 3,500 miles for Research

Author: Daily Domer Staff

On May 27, Gregory P. Crawford, Dean of the College of Science and professor of physics, will embark on his fifth cross-country bicycle ride to raise awareness and funds for rare disease research. Read More

ND Makes Additions to Board of Trustees

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Newly elected Board of Fellows member Rev. Austin Collins, C.S.C., will also serve on the Board of Trustees with new members Clare Stack Richer and Byron O. Spruell. Read More

Fr. Jenkins: Charge to the Class of 2015

Author: Daily Domer Staff

You leave Notre Dame with many memorable moments. One that will always remain is that you were the class that helped us send Father Ted to his final rest with God.  Read More

'Fr. Ted's Last Class' Leaves Notre Dame

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Throughout the 170th Commencement Ceremony at Notre Dame on Sunday, May 17, the speakers invoked the memory of Notre Dame’s late president emeritus, Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C. Read More

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The Party's Over

Author: Daily Domer Staff

All these years, I’ve never beaten the man upstairs in a 2-out-of-3. But tonight I was the best player at the table. And I turned on the lights. The party’s not over yet. Read More

The Sun in Our Midst

Author: Daily Domer Staff

I would like to die outdoors. I would like to die with the sun on my face — the way it feels at the moment its warmth takes you by surprise, coming from far away, and you shut your eyes and lift your face to catch the sunbeams finding you.  Read More

The Family, One Tale at a Time

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Meet Fred, Notre Dame’s first service dog for mental illness. Catch up with a Chinese student who shares what he misses about his hometown. Hear a campus employee’s thoughts on fatherhood.
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Gamer

Author: Daily Domer Staff

For nearly three years, Brenzel ’12 had been shuttled back and forth from doctors’ offices and technicians’ labs. She was often absent from school. And she was living trapped in a chronic migraine.  Read More

Haunting the Hallways

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Had I lived around 1143 A.D., my name might be: Ken Walker or, better, Ken, walker. My son might be: Michael, son of Walker, or Michael Walkerson. Since I was a teen I have walked a lot, usually solitary rambles outdoors.  Read More

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Spotlights

Rich Taylor

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Rich Taylor, associate vice president for research, has been appointed interim director of the Warren Family Research Center for Drug Discovery and Development. Read More

Natalie Porter

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Medical anthropologist Natalie Porter will join Notre Dame’s Department of Anthropology as an assistant professor in fall 2015. Read More

Maura Ryan

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Maura A. Ryan, associate dean for the humanities and faculty affairs in the College of Arts and Letters, has been appointed vice president and associate provost for faculty affairs. Read More

Jarvis C. McInnis

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Jarvis C. McInnis, whose research blends African American and African diaspora literature with music and visual culture, will join the Department of English in fall 2016. Read More

Nicole McNeil

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Nicole McNeil, ACE Associate Professor of Psychology, received a $3.5 million grant from the Institute of Education Sciences  which aims to improve students' mathematical achievement. Read More

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