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Fighting to Design Better Homes

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Marianne Cusato is changing the way we approach the housing crises that follow natural disasters like Hurricanes Sandy and Katrina. Read More

New Director for MSF

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Gianna Bern will direct the new Master of Science in Finance graduate business program. Read More

A Vision Comes to Life

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Construction on Campus Crossroads, a $400 million project to renovate Notre Dame Stadium, will begin in November. Read More

ND Leads Robotics Initiative

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The summer program introduces middle school students across the country to the world of robotics and computer programming. Read More

Rescuing Monastic Frescoes

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Professor Krupali Krusche is travelling to some of the most remote regions of the Himalayans to restore ancient Tibetan frescoes. Read More

Housing Haiti

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Engineers develop novel housing solutions that both house Haitians and empower local communities. Read More

Improving African Democracy

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Kevin Bowyer, a professor at Notre Dame, is working with Somaliland to develop biometric scans that prevent voter fraud. Read More

W Soccer Ranked 6th in Preseason Poll

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Tony Jones | August 19, 2014 | Notre Dame Athletics

W Soccer celebrates their win over Providence

With a fifth place finish during its inaugural season in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) in 2013, the University of Notre Dame women's soccer team got a taste for the competitiveness of its new league immediately. The Fighting Irish were selected sixth in the 2014 ACC preseason poll, with votes compiled from each of the conference's 14 head coaches, that was released on Monday. Read More

Eager Young Scholars

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Each year, Notre Dame's Pre-College Summer Scholars program introduces hundreds of high schoolers to college life. Read More

150 Years of Shakespeare

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival is celebrating three major milestones in the historic relationship between the school and the Bard. Read More

Rebuilding Haiti

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The Alliance for Cacholic Education assists the Congregation of the Holy Cross to rebuild its schools destroyed in the earthquake. Read More

Morse Donates Stadium FieldTurf

Author: Daily Domer Staff

August 15, 2014 | Notre Dame Athletics

Jim Morse Football Feature

Former Irish football team captain and standout running back Jim Morse has made a gift to the University of Notre Dame for the installation of FieldTurf in Notre Dame Stadium.

Installation of the artificial surface began the week after Notre Dame's May 18 University Commencement Ceremony in the stadium, and work was completed last week, in plenty of time for the 2014 home- and season-opening football game Aug. 30 against Rice. The FieldTurf also is expected to provide additional practice opportunities in Notre Dame Stadium for Brian Kelly's Read More

An Outstanding Young Engineer

Author: Daily Domer Staff

A new award recognizes Nitesh Chawla's groundbreaking research in data mining, machine learning, and network science. Read More