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All Invited to Hesburgh Stamp Ceremony

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The public is welcome to attend a ceremony on Friday at Notre Dame where a new U.S. Postal Service stamp honoring Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh will be officially released. Read More

Crable to be Honored at ND-Temple Game

Author: Daily Domer Staff

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John Heisler | August 31, 2017

Bob Crable, a two-time consensus All-America linebacker in football at the University of Notre Dame and the most prolific tackler in Fighting Irish history, will be honored at the Notre Dame-Temple football game Saturday at Notre Dame Stadium for his selection to the National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame Class of 2017. Read More

Being Mercy: Loving God

Author: Daily Domer Staff

I often ask myself if I love God. I know for sure that I want to love God with all my heart and soul and mind and being. But I don’t know if I do. I don’t know if I can prove that I do. Read More

NIH Awards $3.5 Million to Shaw Center

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The NIH awarded a new $3.5 million grant to the University of Notre Dame’s William J. Shaw Center for Children and Families in support of a project on children with disabilities.  Read More

Early Goals Spur #24 Irish to Victory

Author: Daily Domer Staff

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Megan Golden | August 29, 2017

On a dreary day in Iowa, the No. 24 University of Notre Dame women's soccer team recorded its third shutout in a 2-0 victory over Iowa at the Iowa Soccer Complex on Sunday. 

Just two days after tying Minnesota 1-1 in a neutral-site contest, the Irish returned to the win column in their first true road match of the season.  Read More

Notre Dame Sweeps Rhode Island

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Robby Hamman | August 28, 2017

Notre Dame (2-0) rolled to a straight-set sweep of Rhode Island (0-2) in the team's first match of day two of the Golden Dome Invitational in Compton Family Ice Arena. The Irish dominated, posting set scores of 25-13, 25-14 and 25-21.

The Irish were led by the duo of Sam Fry and Lauren Woodard, who each posted 12 kills to pace the team. Fry also added four blocks to become the Notre Dame career block leader (346 blocks) since the 2008 scoring change to 25-point sets. Read More

Thousands Join Last Day of the Trail

Author: Daily Domer Staff

After two weeks and over 300 miles traveled, The Notre Dame Trail finally reached its conclusion, as thousands of people joined in for the last three miles of the journey. Read More

Farewell to Center Founder McNeill

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Father Don McNeill, CSC, ’58, the man whose hunger and thirst for social justice created a culture of service learning inspired by Catholic social teaching, died Thursday.  Read More

The Stationmaster

Author: Daily Domer Staff

On a cold Saturday in March, I went looking for Bulla at the St. Joseph County Public Library and rolled through spools of microfilm and dug through dusty files of yellowing clippings. Read More

Class of 2021 Profile

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Members of the Class of 2021, marked by high academic achievement and a commitment to service and leadership, arrived on campus this week for the start of the fall semester. Read More

175 and Counting

Author: Daily Domer Staff

On July 31, 1835, Father Stephen Badin, the first priest ordained in the United States, transfers his claim to 524 acres of land at Sainte-Marie-des-Lacs, which he had intended for the creation of an orphan asylum, to the bishop of Vincennes, Indiana.  Read More

Keough School of Global Affairs Opens

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The Donald R. Keough School of Global Affairs, Notre Dame’s first new school in nearly a century, has opened its doors to Notre Dame and the world. Read More

Cristal Brisco

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Christal Brisco '06 J.D., named college counsel at Saint Mary’s College. Read More

Moose Krause Award Goes to Lt. Gen. Fenton

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UND | August 24, 2017

Lieutenant General Bryan Fenton, a 1987 University of Notre Dame graduate and former senior manager for the Fighting Irish football team, has been named the 2017 recipient of the Notre Dame Monogram Club's Edward "Moose" Krause Distinguished Service Award. The award is the highest honor given by the Monogram Club. Read More

The Passing of Ancestral Lands

Author: Daily Domer Staff

When Father Edward Sorin arrived in 1842, he found not a landscape devoid of civilization but a civilized place in flux. As the Potawatomi culture fought to maintain its place and European settlers began to establish a foothold on the land, the area was on the precipice of change. Read More

Sorin: A Notre Dame Story To Premiere

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Notre Dame will premiere “Sorin: A Notre Dame Story,” a one-person play about the life and work of the University’s founder, Rev. Edward Sorin, C.S.C., on Aug. 30. Read More

Denis McDonough Joins Keough School

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Denis McDonough, former chief of staff to President Obama, has been named an executive fellow of the Global Policy Initiative in the new Keough School of Global Affairs. Read More

The Power of Improvisation

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Girts says the same thing to every improv group he leads, whose members are often nervous or scared: “While you are in here, you do not have a responsibility to be funny, to be interesting, to be good. Your only responsibility is to take care of the person to the left and to the right of you.” Read More

2 Irish Named Preseason AP All-Americans

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Michael Bertsch | August 23, 2017

Senior offensive guard Quenton Nelson and graduate offensive tackle Mike McGlinchey of the University of Notre Dame were both named 2017 Preseason Associated Press All-Americans Tuesday. Nelson earned first-team honors, while McGlinchey garnered second-team accolades. Read More

Thomas Mills

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Thomas Mills has joined the ND Law School as the Kresge Law Library director. Read More

New Pilgrims Join the ND Trail

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The pilgrims prayed and walked in the rain to start Day 9 of the Notre Dame Trail. Close to 100 new faces joined the core group of 32 for a five-day pilgrimage. Read More

Irish Outrun Valpo 3-0

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Tony Jones | August 22, 2017

A bevy of shots early for the University of Notre Dame men’s soccer team finally found the mark in the 2017 exhibition finale on Monday night. Goals from tri-captain Jon Gallagher, John Rea and Ian Aschieris vaulted the No. 10 Irish to a 3-0 win over Valparaiso during the annual Grassroot Soccer game on a picturesque evening at Alumni Stadium. Read More

Community Outreach on the ND Trail

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Though the core 32 pilgrims are associated with the school, Notre Dame has invited the wider community to take part in this momentous occasion.

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