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Alum Aces His Tee Shot, Then Does What?

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The BMW was the prize for shooting a hole-in-one at a fundraiser. Colin Dunn '14 MBA did something even better than acing the 17th hole and keeping the car.  Read More

Meet the Notre Dame Leprechaun

Author: Daily Domer Staff

He's John Doran by day, but on Saturdays he becomes the iconic Notre Dame Leprechaun. Here's an inside look at Doran's second year donning the mascot costume. 
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Amanda Hummon

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Associate Professor Amanda Hummon has received a 2016 Rising Star Award from the American Chemical Society’s Women Chemists Committee.  Read More

Your Brain On Sleep

Author: Daily Domer Staff

If you ever thought sleep was just downtime between one task and the next, think again. The research of Jessica Payne, Associate Professor, shows that the non-waking hours are incredibly valuable.

 

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Men's Basketball Names 2015-16 Captains

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Fighting Irish Athletics | October 28, 2015 

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Seniors Zach Auguste (Marlborough, Massachusetts) and Austin Burgett (Avon, Indiana), as well as junior Demetrius Jackson (Mishawka, Indiana) have been elected captains for the 2015-16 University of Notre Dame men’s basketball campaign.  Each will be serving as a first-time captain within the program. Read More

No. 9 Irish Head to No. 21/22 Temple

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Irish will seek to improve to 16-0 all-time and 6-1 for the season on Halloween on Saturday night in Philadelphia against Temple for a primetime matchup.  Read More

Shamrock Series Weekend Events

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Much more than a football game will be on offer for University of Notre Dame fans traveling to Boston next month for the 2015 Shamrock Series. Read More

Milk River

Author: Daily Domer Staff

One day, while surveying a patch of his family’s ranch along the Milk River, David Aageson felt something. Something holy. Like he was on sacred ground. Read More

Guns and Slavery

Author: Daily Domer Staff

By now, we have a public template for responding to gun massacres in America. The location doesn’t matter: A college campus in Virginia, an elementary school in Connecticut, a place of worship in South Carolina.
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Bishop Matthew H. Kukah

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Bishop Matthew H. Kukah, a noted Nigerian advocate for justice, democracy and human development, will speak at Notre Dame. Read More

Aimee Buccellato

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Congratulations to Professor Aimee Buccellato on being recognized with a Citation Award from AIA Indiana for the Morrison Family Education & Outreach Pavilion. Read More

Rediscovering the West

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Gary Belovsky ’72 tied flies using his dog’s hair and taught himself to cast in his suburban Chicago backyard, pretending to fish for trout in Montana’s teeming rivers.  Read More

Irish Earn Top Spot in ACC Preseason Poll

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Fighting Irish Athletics | October 21, 2015 

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The University of Notre Dame women's basketball team has swept the Atlantic Coast Conference regular season and tournament titles in each of its first two seasons as a league member. If one asks the conference coaches and Blue Ribbon Panel, the Fighting Irish will again challenge for ACC supremacy in 2015-16. Read More

John Brennan

Author: Daily Domer Staff

John J. Brennan, chairman emeritus and former chief executive officer of the Vanguard Group, was elected chairman of Notre Dame’s Board of Trustees, effective July 1. Read More

No Greater Rivalry: ND vs. USC

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Notre Dame-USC Football 2015: There's no greater intersectional rivalry. The two storied programs will meet under the lights at 7:30 p.m. (ET) October 17. 
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A Tale of Two Tapestries

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Used and abused as it’s been by Notre Dame students for 62 years, O’Shaughnessy’s Great Hall had an allure and charm in its early days that had faded over time.  Read More

Rachel ParroquĂ­n

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Romance Languages & Literatures Professor Rachel Parroquín has been named 2015 Indiana Teacher of the Year by the Indiana Chapter of the AATSP. Read More