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If Time Were Not a Moving Thing

Author: Daily Domer Staff

They also taught me that nothing was as important as time, and that love flourished best among lots of people, although solitude was a large and beautiful animal, with very clean teeth. Read More

Irish Duo to Play in All-Star Game

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Matt Paras | May 31, 2018 

NOTRE DAME, Ind. -- Midfielder Molly Cobb and defender Caroline Doyle will be taking part in the Senior All-Star Game next month, the IWLCA announced Friday afternoon. The pair will be the first representatives from the Irish to play in the All-Star game since current assistant coach Margaret Smith played back in 2014. Read More

Danny Bloss

Author: Daily Domer Staff

University Catering cook Danny Bloss is a champion ice carver. Read More

Price Competition Research

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New research shows competition-inducing pharmaceutical regulations may encourage companies to relax quality standards, potentially putting more patients at risk. Read More

Having Coffee with Sarah McKibben

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Whether you’re engaging with contemporary feminist poetry or examining the gendered language of a 600-year-old bardic poem, gender can be a valuable tool to help students crack open a difficult text. Read More

Eck in the Community

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Elizabeth A. McCue, a global health research associate for the Eck Institute, teamed with the St. Joseph County Health Department to assess local health initiatives. Read More

Six Irish Athletes on to Nationals

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Matt Paras | May 30, 2018 

TAMPA, Fla. – The Notre Dame track and field team closed out the east preliminary round with three more athletes claiming their spots at NCAA’s. Matthew Birzer in the high jump, Jessica Harris in the 1500m and Rachel DaDamio in the 5000m punched their tickets to Eugene, bringing the Irish total up to six athletes for the upcoming NCAA Outdoor Championships. Read More

Water for South Sudan

Author: Daily Domer Staff

When the six-month dry season begins each year in South Sudan, life quickly becomes a struggle to survive. That’s the struggle Lynn Malooly ’84 addresses as executive director of Water for South Sudan. Read More

Engineering a Girl's Future

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Notre Dame’s e-NABLE group had searched in vain for nearly a year for a child in need of an artificial hand, until a chance encounter connected the right child with student engineers. Read More

Training in the Math Bunker

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Almost all students who begin the honors math degree find themselves stumped during their first course, and are encouraged to work in groups to brainstorm solutions to problems. Read More

Alumni Association at 150

Author: Daily Domer Staff

As the Notre Dame Alumni Association celebrates 150 years of bringing the Notre Dame family together, it is taking a fresh look at itself while staying true to its early mission.  Read More

Campus Wedding Reservations

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Beginning July 1, 2018, reservations for on-campus weddings will be made through an online form. All available dates for two years will be visible and open for reservations. Read More

Sexton USILA Defensive Player of the Year

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Notre Dame Athletics | May 24, 2018 

NOTRE DAME, Ind. - University of Notre Dame senior long-stick defensive midfielder John Sexton has been honored by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) with the William C. Schmeisser Award as the nation's top player on defense. Read More

Stories of Home

Author: Daily Domer Staff

A home is where a child buries a goldfish in the backyard, says one friend. No, says another, it is where you take refuge, where you take your shoes off, sigh in relief and have a favorite chair, molded to your shape. Read More

The Nature of Cooperation

Author: Daily Domer Staff

New Notre Dame Physics research tells us that, believe it or not, it’s in our nature to cooperate with one another, even when cheating may be more profitable. Read More

Irish to Return to Madison Square Garden

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Notre Dame Athletics | May 24, 2018 

NOTRE DAME, Indiana -- ESPN has officially announced the field for the 2018 Jimmy V Men's Basketball Classic doubleheader to be held at Madison Square Garden on December 4, 2018. Notre Dame will face Oklahoma at 7 p.m. ET, followed by West Virginia and Florida at 9 p.m. Read More

ND Alum Now Virginia Golf Hall of Famer

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Dr. Lew Blakey, a member of the University of Notre Dame's Class of 1954, was recently inducted into the Virginia Golf Hall of Fame for his time on the greens as a Rules of Golf official.  Read More

Rosângela Moro Talks Rare Diseases

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Rosângela Moro, who accompanied her husband, Judge Sergio Moro, to Notre Dame for his commencement address, visited the Boler-Parseghian Center to discuss rare diseases. Read More

From the Archives: Step to it

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No doubt there have always been students who bucked the tradition, not subscribing to the superstition of not graduating and not fearing a toss into St. Mary's Lake by fellow students if caught on the steps. Read More

Notre Dame Receives 13 NCAA APR Awards

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Notre Dame Athletics | May 22, 2018 

The University of Notre Dame received 13 NCAA Academic Progress Rate public recognition awards as the NCAA today honored Division I sports teams for their latest multi-year APR scores.

Among those 13 award-winning programs are three Irish sports--men’s cross country, men’s track and field and softball--that have been recognized in all 13 years the NCAA has presented the public recognition awards. Only 85 Division I programs nationally have been honored each year. Read More

Military Antiwar Conference

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From May 22-24, the Kroc Institute will host the first major academic conference to explore the impact of military antiwar movements: "Voices of Conscience: Antiwar Opposition in the Military.” Read More

Three All-ACC Baseball Players

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Megan Golden | May 22, 2018 

NOTRE DAME, Ind. -- The Atlantic Coast Conference announced its all-conference teams on Monday, and three University of Notre Dame baseball players received All-ACC honors. Irish second baseman Nick Podkul and third baseman and outfielder Matt Vierling each earned Second Team All-ACC accolades, while outfielder Eric Gilgenbach was named Third Team All-ACC. Read More