The first of several installments dealing with the increasingly burdensome cost of higher education in America.
An exploration of recurring comparisons to the university’s “peer institutions” and the effect on recent administrative decisions.
The Rover staff gives recommendations for courses and professors next semester.
Faculty advisor Gerard V. Bradley explores the ways in which we defend the truth by our witness.
The Campus Crossroads Project may change the way students, faculty, and staff use “LaFun”
Notre Dame alumna Elizabeth Argue (’14) discusses U.S. foreign policy and ISIS.
Campus Co-Editor John VanBerkum discusses alcohol consumption on campus.
Abigail Bartels writes on why she is earning a minor in gender studies.
Dear Friends of the Rover, I am excited to announce our next Free Read, The Complete Thinker: The Marvelous Mind of G.K. Chesterton, by Dale Ahlquist, President of the American…
Notre Dame alumnus Chris Damian discusses Eve Tushnet’s new book.
On the phenomenon of stars at conferences
Republicans take the Senate, gain in the House after Nov. 4 elections.
John Kill reports on the mission and the work of the Lab for Economic Opportunities at Notre Dame.
John VanBerkum explores the review of Notre Dame’s core curriculum.
Duke University President Richard Brodhead visited Notre Dame, calling for a renewal of the liberal arts.
Michael Infantine reports on Campus Ministry’s Theology on Tap.
Alicia Czarnecki discusses the new affiliation of the South Bend minor league baseball team.
Kyle Mulholland reports on the new football playoff system.
Nicole O’Leary reports on the state of the former Soviet Union.