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Participate in the ND Trail

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Please join us on Saturday, August 26 as the University of Notre Dame celebrates 175 years in South Bend! The celebration begins at Howard Park on Saturday.  Read More

ND Trail: Reflections from Day 2

Author: Daily Domer Staff

When my wife confirmed that our suspicions were correct and that we were, in fact, expecting our second child, I knew that my first reaction was supposed to be one of joy. Read More

ND Trail: Assumption of Mary

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Notre Dame pilgrims still have a long journey ahead of them; however, the group made good headway Tuesday. It was fitting that on this holy day, they rested in Terre Haute. Read More

ND Trail: Reflections from Day 1

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Whereas in the weeks leading up to this pilgrimage my assignments were laid out for me, contacts and introductions and interviews in a structured (if not formal) manner, today was just the road. Read More

Alum Walks in Memory of Teammates

Author: Daily Domer Staff

A former swimmer for Notre Dame is beating the odds. A tragic accident 25 years ago nearly claimed her ability to walk and took the lives of her two teammates. Read More

ND Trail is Underway

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The Notre Dame trail is now open! Dozens of people are making the two-week pilgrimage from Vincennes, Indiana to South Bend. The 300-mile hike celebrates the 175th anniversary of the University. Read More

En Route

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Bishop Simon-Gabriel Bruté de Remur visited France in 1836 to petition and recruit. He needed money and men for his nascent missionary diocese in the United States that covered all of Indiana and part of Illinois. Read More

Football Locker Room Unveil

Author: Daily Domer Staff

UND.COM | August 10, 2017

Locker Room Unveil

Throughout the 2017 football season we will be giving you a behind the scenes look at the Campus Crossroads Project on social media - you can follow along with the #NDBiggerThanBrick hashtag. Why #NDBiggerThanBrick? Back in Notre Dame's 1930 Alumnus magazine, it was stated "Notre Dame is bigger than brick and far more than mortar." Read More

Stamp Honors Fr. Hesburgh

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The legendary career of the late Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Notre Dame’s president from 1952 to 1987, will be celebrated Sept. 1 when the U.S. Postal Service unveils a Forever stamp in his honor. Read More

Researchers Awarded Grants

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Research, the fundamental work that lays the foundation for game-changing innovations, takes time and dedication. It also requires cutting-edge equipment that requires funding. Read More