Robert Oscar Lopez discusses the necessity of SCOP on Notre Dame’s campus
Notre Dame alumni contribute to the revival of classical education.
Father Bill Miscamble, CSC offers insight on the controversial Campus Crossroads project and the challenge it presents to the Notre Dame Board of Trustees.
Editor in Chief Emeritus Michael Bradley reflects on the role of the Catholic university in guiding students in their personal vocations.
John VanBerkum investigates Notre Dame’s recent decisions in light of its mission as a Catholic university.
Editor in Chief Lilia Draime gives an update about the controversial Campus Crossroads Project.
Executive Editor Tim Bradley interviews Notre Dame Law Professors about the effect of Catholic school closures in urban neighborhoods.
Tim Bradley gives an update on the status of Notre Dame’s lawsuit against the Department of Health and Human Services.
While Indiana has repealed the Common Core Standards, many critics believe the new standards are too similar to Common Core.
Managing Editor Alexandra DeSanctis conducted an interview with Senator Rick Santorum prior to his campus visit.
Humor Guru Declan Feeley gives his take on the aftermath of the Michigan game.
Humor apprentice Meadow Jackson has some clever cheers and jeers.
Alicia Czarnecki explains the history and traditions of the annual Shamrock Series.
John McMackin examines the upcoming football season.
Caroline Corsones discusses the recent changes to Notre Dame’s freshman orientation.
Abby Bartels reports on the first “Saturdays with the Saints” lecture about the depiction of Mary in the artwork at Notre Dame.
While the Ice Bucket Challenge was used to promote awareness about a degenerative disease, some have raised concerns that it is inconsistent with Catholic Social Teaching.
This summer, 217 students devoted what might have otherwise been vacation time or time “on the clock” to perform service in the Catholic social tradition through the Summer Service Learning Program (SSLP).
Michael Infantine explains how less beautiful forms of Christian art undermine the message of Christianity.
Notre Dame Right to Life President Rachel Drumm expounds on the mission of the club.