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W Basketball: 2012-2013 Preview

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Patrick Hansen ('16) - Oct 29, 2012, 1:38 PM EDT

Preseason excitement has already begun to build as Skylar Diggins and the women’s basketball team at Notre Dame gear up for the 2012-2013 season. The Fighting Irish have finished the past two seasons as runners-up to the national champion, and they’ll be looking to capture the title this year, star player Diggins’ final year. Read More

TV Writer

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Notre Dame alumna Stephanie Fitzhugh applies her writing skills to TV. Read More

Political Scholar

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Political science scholar James Fetter connects classics with modern politics. Read More

Tradition Tuesday: Pittsburgh

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Josh Flynt ('11) - Oct 30, 2012, 12:38 PM EDT

After a rare game against Oklahoma in Norman, Notre Dame returns home on Saturday (3:30 pm ET on NBC) to take on a familiar foe – Pittsburgh. The Panthers are the Fighting Irish’s fifth-most common opponent, behind only Navy, Purdue, USC and Michigan State. Read More

Day of Student Service

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Nearly 100 Notre Dame and Saint Mary's students served South Bend's elderly at the 10th annual "Turning Over a New Leaf" project. Read More

Drive Charting: Irish Counterpunches

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Brian Fremeau ('99) - Oct 30, 2012, 9:20 AM EDT

Stat of the Week: Counter Punches

Notre Dame played its best game of the season in a 30-13 victory over Oklahoma on Saturday night. For the seventh straight game, the Irish defense did not allow an explosive drive and Oklahoma’s only touchdown drive came on its shortest field position of the game. Notre Dame gave up only 15 total yards rushing on 24 attempts on the night. Read More

Global Development

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Laetare Medal winner Ken Hackett will serve as an Initiative for Global Development advisor. Read More

Wind Engineer

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Professor Ahsan Kareem is America's first honorary member of the Japan Association for Wind Engineering. Read More

Hockey Limbo: the Junior Hockey Years

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Josh Dempsey ('16) - Oct 29, 2012, 11:05 AM EDT

There are few people who understand the time, effort, and commitment it takes to become a Division I hockey player. Sure, it takes a whole lot of time, effort, and commitment to become a Division I athlete of any sort, but I am inclined to say that hockey is unlike all the rest. Read More

Notre Dame's Creative Grit

Author: Daily Domer Staff

November is knocking, and so are the undefeated Fighting Irish of Notre Dame, writes Jason Gay of the Wall Street Journal. Read More

Earn my vote

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Are both presidential candidates unconcerned with young voters? Read More

M Soccer: Irish draw at Marquette!

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Notre Dame Soccer - Oct 28, 2012, 1:10 AM EDT

Marquette 1 – Notre Dame 1

Senior forward Ryan Finley netted the equalizer in the 88th minute and the No. 7 Notre Dame men’s soccer team ended tied, 1-1, with No. 3 Marquette following two overtime periods on Saturday night at Valley Fields. The match was the regular-season finale for both squads. Read More

M Basketball: Two Worlds Collide

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Craig Chval ('15) - Oct 26, 2012, 10:13 PM EDT

Tonight, my two passions collided as Chicago sports came to Notre Dame. I saw Carlos Boozer and Luol Deng take practice shots at the same basket that Harangody and McAlarney knew all too well. Joakim Noah won the opening tip over the monogram “ND” that is omnipresent on this campus. The seats that are usually filled with blue and gold and green were mostly a sea of red. Read More