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Premiering Fr. Ted Talks

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Fr. Ted Talks is a new series designed to engage students in their own faith journeys by hearing stories of faith from Notre Dame faculty, staff and alumni. Read More

North of Confident, South of Cocky

Author: Daily Domer Staff

DeShone Kizer's rise from Toledo, Ohio, to one of the most visible and scrutinized positions in all of college football: Quarterback of Notre Dame's Fighting Irish.  Read More

The End of Our Era

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Senior year is full of “lasts”: The last time I make the back-to-school trip in August. The last time I have a first day of school. The last time I experience the beautiful fall and bitter winter of South Bend. Read More

A Thanksgiving Thank You

Author: Daily Domer Staff

At Thanksgiving time I think of people who deserve a thank you. These are people who came into my life and left a gift, and then went their way while I went mine. Read More

No. 3 Irish Roll Over Valparaiso, 10-54

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Fighting Irish Athletics | November 24, 2015 

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Marina Mabrey had the fifth triple-double in Notre Dame history to help the Irish to a 110-54 rout of Valparaiso on Monday night.

The last Notre Dame player with a triple-double was Skylar Diggins on Feb. 24, 2013.

''That was a statement game from Marina,'' Notre Dame head Muffet McGraw said. ''She came into the game wanting to prove that she was ready to play and could defend. We had a talk about that yesterday. She made a case for herself. It was just a great game on both sides of the floor. Read More

Jay LaVerne

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Jay LaVerne, professional specialist in the Radiation Laboratory and a concurrent research professor of physics, has been named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Read More

My Mother's Eyes

Author: Daily Domer Staff

My mother’s eyes are big and brown and expressive. And when she smiles, they form twinkling little half-moons that rise over the high ridges of her cheekbones, the tiny peak of her nose.  Read More

Emily Mediate '15 Named Rhodes Scholar

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Emily Mediate, a native of Colorado Springs, Colorado and 2015 University of Notre Dame graduate, has been selected to the American Rhodes Scholar Class of 2016.  Read More

Shamrock Series: Bringing ND to Beantown

Author: Daily Domer Staff

“South Bend, Mass.?” That was the headline on the front page of the Boston Globe on Friday (Nov. 20) as the University of Notre Dame descended on Boston for the annual Shamrock Series. Read More

Pierpaolo Polzonetti

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Pierpaolo Polzonetti has been awarded the H.Colin Slim Award for his essay "Tartini and the Tongue of Saint Anthony". The H. Colin Slim Award honors each year a musicological article of exceptional merit. Read More

Matters, in Black and White

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Situated on Chicago’s Far West Side, miles from the glitter and beauty of the lakefront, the Magnificent Mile and the Loop, the Austin neighborhood has long been synonymous with racial isolation, poverty and disinvestment. Read More

Rebecca Blais

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Rebecca Blais, a current sophomore from New Smyrna Beach, FL, was introduced to Notre Dame in 2012 when she first visited the campus. Upon arrival, she fell in love with the school. Read More

#7 Irish Seeded Natn'ly In NCAA Championship

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Fighting Irish Athletics | November 16, 2015 

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On the heels of advancing to the first Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Championship game in program history last weekend, the University of Notre Dame men's soccer team was rewarded with its fourth straight top 10 national seed in the NCAA Men's Soccer Championship on Monday.  Read More

Shamrock Series: Weekend Events

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Notre Dame’s 2015 Shamrock Series game Saturday night against Boston College at Fenway Park in Boston, Mass. includes a series of events throughout the weekend at various locations in the Boston area. Read More

Linda Przybyszewski

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Notre Dame historian Linda Przybyszewski has been selected as one of the first winners of the National Endowment for the Humanities new Public Scholar Grant Program. Read More

No. 6 Irish Down Wake Forest 28-7

Author: Daily Domer Staff

On a day when the University of Notre Dame honored the seniors on its football team, the Fighting Irish took another step toward authoring what may become a season that brings many more memorable moments. Read More

Fighting to Preserve Our Heritage

Author: Daily Domer Staff

During each home football game broadcast, the University highlights the research, scholarship and creativity of our faculty and students. These two-minute features are known by their trademark question, "What would you fight for?" Read More

Rahul Oka

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Rahul Oka — Ford Family Assistant Professor of Anthropology and fellow in the Kellogg Institute — was invited to speak at a workshop on refugee issues and still advocates for refugees in Kenya.  Read More

Global Doc: A Week in the Life

Author: Daily Domer Staff

This week is just like any other week for me, staccato and split between two drastically different places, rarely with enough time to adjust or reflect Read More