Irish Sweep UL

Author: Daily Domer Staff


Tony Jones | March 20, 2018

Despite falling behind 2-0 in the first inning of Sunday's Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) series finale at Louisville, the University of Notre Dame softball team never wavered from the resolve it showed throughout its spring break slate to battle back from adversity. The Irish blitzed the host Cardinals for seven unanswered runs over the final five innings for a 7-2 win to sweep the three-game set from No. RV Louisville at Ulmer Stadium. Read More

Mai Ni Ni Aung

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Mai Ni Ni was given the Kroc Institute’s Distinguished Alumni Award.  Read More

CEC Fellow to Speak at UN

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Center for Ethics and Culture Public Policy Fellow Mary O’Callaghan will speak at a panel discussion hosted by the Holy See’s Permanent Observer Mission to the UN. Read More

No. 1 Irish Beat No. 9 Villanova, 98-72

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Notre Dame Athletics | March 19, 2018

How sweet it is - the No. 1-seeded University of Notre Dame women's basketball team has advanced to its 16th Sweet 16 and ninth straight after a strong second half surge lifted the Irish past No. 9 Villanova, 98-72. Tied at 45 at the half, the Irish (31-3) outscored the Wildcats (23-9), 53-27, in the second half.  Read More

VegFest Comes to Campus

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The University of Notre Dame and Campus Dining are among 14 sponsors of Michiana VegFest, an upcoming vegan food festival timed to coincide with National Nutrition Month in the U.S. Read More

Magnetic Tornadoes in Superconductors

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Maciej Olszewski, a physics and honors mathematics major, was the lead author on a paper published in New Journal of Physics. His work is on how superconducting vortices interact. Read More

5 Years of Arts & Culture in Action

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The Center for Arts and Culture will celebrate “Five Years of Arts and Culture in Action” with a series of free, public events March 23 & 24 at its home on West Washington Street. Read More

Irish To Send Max to Championships

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Joanne Norell | March 16, 2018

For the fourth straight year, the University of Notre Dame fencing program will send the maximum allotted 12 fencers to the NCAA Championships, one of just three programs that will compete with 12 participants March 22-25 at Penn State University. Read More