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Irish Solid In 3-0 Victory Over Western Michigan

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Joanne Norell | August 31, 2016

Soccer

A strong offensive showing and wise defensive decision-making propelled the University of Notre Dame women's soccer team past Western Michigan on Monday, with the Irish recording a convincing 3-0 victory over the Broncos.

The Irish outshot the Broncos 22-7, including 9-3 in shots on goal. A Western Michigan own goal, plus goals from junior forwards Karin Muya and Meghan Doyle lifted the Irish to their third shut out of the season. Read More

Notre Dame Stadium's New Blue Benches

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Benches in Notre Dame Stadium's upper bowl have been replaced with galvanized steel benches clad in dark blue vinyl. This new adition will make for a nice contrast with the old wooden benches below. Read More

The Basilica's Cloud of Witnesses

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Stepping inside the Basilica of the Sacred Heart is like showing up at a family reunion in full swing. The Basilica’s walls and ceiling are crammed with images of the Catholic family in paint and stained glass. Read More

ND Announces Collaboration with AT&T

Author: Daily Domer Staff

With a growing need for skilled data scientists, the University of Notre Dame, in collaboration with AT&T, has announced its new online master of science degree with a specialization in data science. Read More

Timothy Wencewicz

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Alumnus Timothy Wencewicz receives ACS Infectious Diseases Young Investigator Award. Read More

Jon Camden

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Jon Camden is researching how to harness the sun’s heat absorbed by nanoparticles and conduct it to create energy. Read More

Innovation Park Phase II In The Works

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The late Thomas Quinn and his wife, Diane, have made a $5 million gift to Notre Dame for the construction of the second phase of Innovation Park, a 40,000-square-foot facility located on Angela Boulevard. Read More

Pavel Mnev

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Pavel Mnev has been awarded The André Lichnerowicz Prize in Poisson geometry. Read More

Glassblowing Supports Research at ND

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Kiva Ford is the University’s resident scientific glassblower, as well as program manager of the Radiation Laboratory’s Scientific Glassblowing Shop (RLSG), where his work is pivotal to many studies. Read More

Notre Dame Family Wines

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The University of Notre Dame unveiled this week the 2016 collection of Notre Dame Family Wines, a continuation of an initiative that launched last year to showcase wines produced by ND alumni and friends.  Read More

New Fields to Generate Renewable Energy

Author: Daily Domer Staff

In an effort to make Notre Dame more environmentally friendly, Ricci Family Fields will serve as an outdoor practice field for The Band of the Fighting Irish, Rec. Sports and a source of renewable energy. Read More

Domer Roth '91 Finishes 3,000 Mile Walk

Author: Daily Domer Staff

ND alum David Roth '91, finishes his 3,191 Route For The Brave walk across the United States -- Atlantic City, NJ to San Francisco, CA -- today, where he'll walk the game ball out to the 49ers game. Read More

Golden Dome Invitational to Start 2016 Season

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Michael Scholl | August 26, 2016

Volleyball Team

The Notre Dame volleyball team opens its 2016 campaign Friday-Saturday, Aug. 26-27, hosting the Golden Dome Invitational. The host Irish will take the court along with Cleveland State, Seton Hall and Western Michigan.

Head coach Jim McLaughlin enters his second season at the helm of the Irish program in 2016, knowing the second year brings higher expectations with it. Read More

James Wilkie

Author: Daily Domer Staff

James Wilkie is set to publish “Is Eco-Friendly Unmanly? The Green-Feminine Stereotype and Its Effect on Sustainable Consumption” in the Journal of Consumer Research. Read More

Rock Musician New Artist-in-Residence

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Singer, songwriter and producer Todd Rundgren will serve as an artist-in-residence for the Department of Film, Television and Theatre (FTT) at the University of Notre Dame from Sept. 22 to Oct. 1. Read More

Women’s Golf Faces Challenging Schedule

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Teagan Dillon | August 24, 2016

Womens Golf

The University of Notre Dame women’s golf team has released its 2016-17 schedule, including nine regular-season tournaments.

“I think our schedule is one of the most competitive we have had in the last few years,” Notre Dame Head Coach Susan Holt said. “We will be tested each and every time we tee it up and we will be going head-to-head with many of the top teams from across the country.” Read More

ND Ranks Within Top 10 in Political Science

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The Political Science dept. within the University of Notre Dame’s College of Arts and Letters provides an exceptional education where students learn how politics can affect cultures throughout the world. Read More

Domer's Walk Across America Ends Friday

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Notre Dame alum David Roth finishes his 3,091 mile walk across America this Friday to raise money for military veterans.  Learn how you can walk the last two miles with David this Friday in San Francisco. Read More

Thoughts on Welcome Weekend

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Eight a.m. sharp last Friday morning, and I’m standing in the D-2 parking lot near the Stepan Center. It’s a bit overcast but thankfully no rain vibes in the air. Read More

Notre Dame to Dedicate New Center

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The new Notre Dame Center at Kylemore Abbey in Connemara, County Galway, Ireland, will be dedicated on Aug. 25 with a Mass, convocation and a blessing in Kylemore’s Saint Joseph Hall. Read More

Westendorf Spurs Irish To 3-0 Victory

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Freshman Jennifer Westendorf brought the firepower she was advertised to possess, scoring her first and second career goals to lead ND, defeating Wright State 3-0 in an energetic and cohesive win. Read More

ND Students on the Front Lines of Research

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Four Notre Dame students—Anne Grisoli, Richard Felli, Katelyn Ludwig and Steve Marczak—spent the summer conducting laboratory and clinical research at the Feinstein Institute in New York. Read More

Out of the Office: March Out

Author: Daily Domer Staff

How do you hear the start of another academic year at Notre Dame? After Thursday, I think there’s only one way: The March Out of the Band of the Fighting Irish. Read More

Both Zaire and Kizer will play at Texas

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The quarterback competition will continue into the season as Irish head coach Brian Kelly announced that both Malik Zaire and DeShone Kizer will play in Notre Dame’s opening game against Texas. Read More