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Preeminent Theologian

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Sister Mary Catherine Hilkert, O.P., receives two prestigious honors for theological teaching. Read More

Football: Spring Practice Update 3-27-13

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Fighting Irish Digital Media | Mar. 27, 2013 | Notre Dame Football

The Irish held their final practice of the week on Wednesday, March 27 - taking a break for the Easter Holiday this weekend. The team will be back on the practice field after the holiday on Wednesday, April 3. Read More

Liturgy Leader

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Theology professor Rev. Maxwell Johnson will lead the North American Academy of Liturgy Read More

In Memoriam: Mike DeCicco

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Mike DeCicco, a "pillar of the Notre Dame athletic community" as fencing coach emeritus and academic advisor, has died at age 85. Read More

W Swimming: NCAAs Recap

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Fighting Irish Digital Media | Mar. 27, 2013 | Notre Dame Women's Swimming and Diving

The Fighting Irish swimming and diving team finished 16th at this year's NCAA Championships, the best finish in program history. 7 All-American Honors were earned, and 4 of the team's All-Americans speak about the event. Read More

M Swimming: Going full circle

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Chris Mertens '13 | Mar. 28, 2013 | Irish UNDerground

Men's Swimming: Bass and Johnson

Reaching the NCAA Championships is the dream of nearly every collegiate swimmer, but for two senior student-athletes on the Notre Dame men’s swimming and diving squad, participating in this year’s championship meet carries a little extra emotional significance. Bill Bass Read More

A Lenten Reflection

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Notre Dame alumnus and ACE graduate Tony Hollowell reflects on his reading at the papal Conclave Mass. Read More

Stations of the 'L'

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Notre Dame alumnus Aidan Gillespie rides every CTA line from end to end and visits 10 churches as a Stations of the Cross pilgrimage. Read More

In Search of Legends

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Professor of English Chris Abram studies literary cultures of early medieval northern Europe, including Viking-Age Norway and Iceland. Read More

Peace Through Art

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Notre Dame alumnus Njuhi Chege M.A. '11 celebrates African culture through fashion and art. Read More

Everything from Notre Dame Pro Day

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Josh Flynt '11 | Mar. 26, 2013 | Strong and True

Pro Day - Eifert Goodman

The NFL Draft is less than a month away, and on Tuesday, 14 former Irish players returned to campus to take part in Notre Dame’s annual Pro Day.

After physical measurements, vertical and broad jump and the bench press test in the weight room, the Irish players headed to the Loftus Sports Center where representatives from 27 of the NFL’s 32 teams were on hand to evaluate their performance in a series of tests, including of course, the 40-yard dash. Read More

Lacrosse: Irish capture top spot

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Rich Hildy '16 | Mar. 27, 2013 | In the Crease

M Lacrosse - Team Huddle

For the second time in school history, the Irish have risen to the top of the nation with a first overall ranking in both the USILA Coaches Poll and the media poll.

Coach Kevin Corrigan, now in his 25th season, has seen his program reach the pinnacle of regular season success for the second time in three seasons. Nobody is doubting Notre Dame’s resume in the early season made up of mostly non-conference play, with six wins and only a single loss in early April against Hofstra by a goal. The Irish have a perfect road record at 4-0. Five of the teams that Notre Dame has defeated are in the Top 25, including three currently in the Top 10. Read More

Fighting Pollution

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Notre Dame researcher Steve Powers finds ways to limit water pollution in the Midwest. Read More

Environmental Impact

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Notre Dame's MBA program is one of the top five programs in the world with a focus on social and environmental impact. Read More

Jewell Loyd: A Freshman Perspective

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Amy Stuhldreher '13 | Mar. 25, 2013 | In the Paint

Jewell Loyd, women's basketball

Notre Dame freshman Jewell Loyd has been more than a true freshman player during her first season on the Irish squad.

She has the “ability to not play like a freshman,” stated one of the ESPN announcers during Notre Dame’s first game of the NCAA Tournament in which Loyd was a starter. Loyd has seen a lot of playing time all season and always leaves everything on the court. Read More