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A Golden Opportunity

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The Toledo Blade | December 28, 2015 

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On the morning his golden-domed fairy tale nearly ended before the story began, DeShone Kizer took the field at Central Catholic to an audience of two.

Notre Dame and Ohio State. 

It was 7 a.m. on May 22, 2013, and almost three years before the schools will reconvene on New Year’s Day in the Fiesta Bowl, they had sent their top assistants to Toledo to watch a precocious high school junior go through a half-hour throwing session.  Read More

A Christmas Surprise

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Some people claim the Notre Dame campus is magical. They say it radiates an inimitable spirit that at times can cross into the realm of the mysterious. As a freshman, I learned firsthand that this belief lurks not far from the truth. Read More

Irish Begin Practices in Arizona

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The coaches, staff and a couple of Irish football players arrived in the Valley of the Sun to chilly air but a warm red carpet welcome at Phoenix's Sky Harbor Airport from members of the Fiesta Bowl Committee. Read More

Global Doc: Small Joys to the World

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Our daily lives can be peppered with hardships. The line of work I have chosen is never easy, and small inconveniences can needle their way deep into your being. Read More

Sienna White '15 J.D.

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The Theodore Tannenwald Jr. Foundation for Excellence in Tax Scholarship and The International Fiscal Association both recently announced Sienna White, ’15 J.D., as the first-prize winner of their national legal writing competitions.  Read More

Fiesta Bowl: Joyce Scholarship Program

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Two dozen students — three in each class at both Notre Dame and Ohio State — will receive one of the most unusual and generous scholarships in higher education from the Glenna R. Joyce Trust during the Fiesta Bowl. Read More

2015: A Year In Review

Author: Daily Domer Staff

From construction cranes spanning across the campus to a record high in research funding, and from fighting a rare disease in Haiti to designing a sanctuary in Philadelphia for the Pope, 2015 was an eventful one for the University of Notre Dame. Read More

ND Football: Two Consensus All-Americans

Author: Daily Domer Staff

University of Notre Dame junior linebacker Jaylon Smith and senior offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley have been named consensus football All-Americans for 2015 by the NCAA. Read More

Finding the Christmas Star

Author: Daily Domer Staff

At this time in the Christian year, we are often reminded that the Gospel of Matthew records a peculiar astronomical event that occurred at the birth of Christ.  Read More

Sheila's Gift

Author: Daily Domer Staff

On the wall in a classroom in a village in the Haitian mountains hangs a framed photograph of a quiet mother of six from Milton, Mass., whose life was so large and open-hearted that memorial services after her death were celebrated in two countries.  Read More

The Making of 100

Author: Daily Domer Staff

This year, the ND Glee Club celebrated its 100th anniversary by inviting more than 500 alumni to campus the weekend of Oct. 1 to reminisce, sing, and celebrate. Read More

How 'Star Wars' Droids Become a Reality

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Although no one will have their own R2-D2 or C-3PO soon, a number of University of Notre Dame researchers are working to make droids more science fact than science fiction...and soon. Read More

Northern Indiana Cities Earn $42M Grant

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Read this statement from John Affleck-Graves, executive vice president and chair of the Regional Development Authority for the North Central Region of Indiana, after the region was awarded a $42 million grant.  Read More

Women at Work: What's Next in Tech

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Meet some of the next generation of innovators — the women of Notre Dame engineering. From fashion to finance, literature to law, society’s eyes are focusing on the exciting paths women are pioneering, especially in technology.  Read More

Will Fuller Named Monogram Club MVP

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Notre Dame junior wide receiver Will Fuller received the 2015 Notre Dame Monogram Club Most Valuable Player honor at ECHOES | 15 presented by Bank of America. Read More

Anything You Want to Be

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Nestled in one of America’s safest neighborhoods, Manet Road was the cozy haven of Boston suburbanites with chrysanthemums on the front porch and composts in the backyard. It was a place where self-invention seemed possible. Read More

Peter Prindiville

Author: Daily Domer Staff

ACE Teacher Peter Prindiville was selected as one of 12 recipients of the George J. Mitchell Scholarship, an annual fellowship awarded to those interested in pursuing graduate studies in Ireland. Read More

Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi, assistant professor in the University of Notre Dame’s Department of English, has been named one the National Book Foundation’s 5 Under 35. Read More

Senior Duo Tabbed as Baseball Co-Captains

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Fighting Irish Athletics | December 11, 2015 

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 “Ultimate team guys.” “Hard workers.” “Hold teammates accountable.”

These are just some of the descriptors used by coaches and teammates of 2015-16 University of Notre Dame baseball co-captains James Nevant (pronounced nuh-VANT) and Lane Richards, who were recently voted into the role by their teammates.  Read More

The girl next door

Author: Daily Domer Staff

It was the summer of 1999; I was 7 years old and in need of a friend. Although my three older brothers let me join in on their games, I could only endure so many defeats in pingpong, basketball and Super Smash Bros. Read More

#18 Irish Score 3 Third Period Goals to Stun #3 BC

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Fighting Irish Athletics | December 10, 2015 

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Trailing 3-1 at 7:05 of the third period, No. 18 Notre Dame scored three straight goals to post a 4-3, come-from-behind win at third-ranked Boston College on Thursday night at Conte Forum (4,863).

Jordan Gross started the comeback, scoring his sixth goal of the season on a wrist shot from the point at 8:33 of the third, cutting Boston College's lead to 3-2. Read More

Hesburgh Research Travel Grants

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The Cushwa Center is pleased to announce the establishment of the Hesburgh Research Travel Grant program, a three-year initiative created to support research projects that consider and incorporate the legacy of Fr. Ted. Read More