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Cool Classes: One's Life Story

Author: Daily Domer Staff

In the busy classroom hub DeBartolo Hall, among the students milling around from class to class, one will also find President Emeritus Rev. Edward “Monk” Malloy, CSC, ’63, ’67M.A., ’69M.A.  Read More

Student's Startup Secures Investment

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Bailey, a 2018 MBA candidate at Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, is co-founder of SecūrSpace, an online marketplace for parking and storage for the transportation industry.  Read More

A Look at Walsh Family Hall

Author: Daily Domer Staff

When the School of Architecture leaves its current home in Bond Hall and moves into the Matthew and Joyce Walsh Family Hall, the Schoool will move into a building that reflects a classical style. Read More

Outstanding Student Leaders

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The Division of Student Affairs recognized 7 students at the 32nd annual Student Leadership Awards Banquet, which honors students who have made exceptional contributions to the community. Read More

Irish Fencers Dominate National Championships

Author: Daily Domer Staff


Joanne Norell | April 27, 2018

The University of Notre Dame fencing team was well-represented on the podium at this 2018 Division I National Championships, with three current or former Irish fencers claiming national titles and another four earning either silver or bronze at the Richmond (Virginia) Convention Center. Read More

Fr. Jenkins Reacts to NCAA Report

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., president of Notre Dame and a member of the independent Commission on College Basketball, reflected on the release of the commission’s recommendations. Read More

Notre Dame Day Hits Record-Highs

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Notre Dame Day program director Pablo Martinez said the event hit record-highs by accumulating over 115,000 views on the broadcast’s website alone and over 31,500 gifts totaling over $2.1 million. Read More

Being Mercy: Good Friday in the Prison

Author: Daily Domer Staff

On Good Friday I had the unique privilege of presiding and preaching at Westville Prison, about an hour west of South Bend. Fifty men live in the dorm where we had the Good Friday prayer service. Read More

Robert Audi

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Audi was elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Read More

Varsity Eight Named ACC Crew of the Week

Author: Daily Domer Staff


Notre Dame Athletics | April 26, 2018

Notre Dame’s First Varsity Eight was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Rowing Crew of the Week, the league announced Tuesday.

Notre Dame’s 1V8 crew defeated No. 15 Michigan State in an ACC-Big Ten Double Dual held at Ohio State on the Griggs Reservoir in Columbus, Ohio. Notre Dame posted a time of 6:23.6 in defeating the Spartans (6:26.47). Notre Dame then raced No. 4 Ohio State, losing by nine seconds to the Buckeyes, but posting a time of 6:36.96. Read More

Irish Blank Bowling Green 4-0

Author: Daily Domer Staff


Notre Dame Athletics | April 25, 2018

A three-run first inning set the table for the University of Notre Dame softball team on Tuesday night, and the Irish were off to the races from there. A five-hit shutout for Alexis Holloway highlighted a 4-0 Notre Dame victory over Bowling Green in the final nonconference game of the 2018 season at Melissa Cook Stadium. Read More

Together Again for the First Time

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The scene was typical of Junior Parents Weekend last February. If JPW’94 could be summed up, it would be the image of Bullard and his mother in the corner of that restaurant, holding hands. Read More

Schlöndorff and Walker to Speak

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Volker Schlöndorff and Ignacio Walker, two eminent figures from the 1968 era, will deliver public lectures at the upcoming conference at the University of Notre Dame.  Read More

National Shakespeare Competition

Author: Daily Domer Staff

When Tiana Mudzimurema joined the Robinson Shakespeare Company at Notre Dame's Robinson Community Learning Center in 2010, she knew very little about William Shakespeare or his work. Read More

Practicing Engaged Anthropology

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Mark Schurr, professor and acting chair of the University of Notre Dame’s Department of Anthropology, is committed to conducting engaged anthropology—research that can do good.  Read More

A Farewell to Feve

Author: Daily Domer Staff

I walked out of my final dress rehearsal last week to my usual routine. I plugged in my headphones, double checked Google Maps for train delays, and texted my fiancé that I was on my way home.  Read More

Fifth Annual Notre Dame Day

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The University of Notre Dame family will come together on campus and around the world Sunday-Tuesday April 22-24 to celebrate the fifth annual Notre Dame Day. Read More

Supreme Court Cites ND Professors

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Two University of Notre Dame Law School professors – Professor A.J. Bellia and Professor Stephen Yelderman – were cited at the United States Supreme Court this week. Read More

2018 Goldwater Scholars Announced

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Notre Dame students Katherine Gallagher and Matthew Schoenbauer have been named Goldwater Scholars for the 2018-2019 academic year, joining 209 other undergraduates. Read More

23 Win NSF Research Awards

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The NSF recently announced the winners of its 2018 Graduate Research Fellowship Program, with 23 Notre Dame students and alumni winning awards and mentions. Read More

Way Out Front

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Rev. John Augustine Zahm, CSC, a friend of Roosevelt’s and a former vice president of Notre Dame, had convinced the Rough Rider to travel to South America, then supervised the outfitting of the trip. Read More

Savage Named IDEA Week Speaker

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Adam Savage, original co-host and executive producer of the television hit “Mythbusters,” will be a keynote speaker during Idea Week, a large regional event that will celebrate innovation.  Read More

Irish Calm Hurricanes, 5-2

Author: Daily Domer Staff


Joanne Norell | April 18, 2018

On an afternoon when it honored its two seniors for their four years with the program, the University of Notre Dame men’s tennis team cruised to a 5-2 victory over Miami at a windy Courtney Tennis Center.

Playing outdoors at home for the first time this season, the Irish won the doubles point and three of the first four singles decisions to upend the Hurricanes. After the match, the Irish celebrated seniors Drew Dawson and Brendon Kempin, who are appearing at home for the final time this weekend. Read More

Annual Strikeout Cancer

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Strikeout Cancer is an annual event put on by the University of Notre Dame women’s softball team to raise awareness and funds for cancer patients and their families.  Read More

Irish Go Fast On The West Coast

Author: Daily Domer Staff


Notre Dame Athletics | April 17, 2018

The University of Notre Dame rowing team took part in day one of the 2018 Natoma Invitational on Saturday, April 14. The Irish faced some of the top teams in the nation, including #2 California and #7 Stanford. 

In the morning session, the Irish, who are receiving votes in the CRCA/USRowing Top 25, finished second in three of the four races in which they competed against second-ranked California. In the evening/afternoon session, the Irish again finished second in multiple races behind seventh-ranked Stanford.  Read More