On Air

An inside look at NDMU's Radio Station By Alexis Stevenson This year, the university’s Communication Arts Department brought radio back with online programming, allowing the rest of the community to tune in to a plethora of shows. Currently, the station is run by undergraduate students across all majors from the radio station housed in the... Continue Reading →

Behind the Scenes: Damozel

What’s New in 2018 for Notre Dame’s Literary Magazine? By Rhea Lynne Melgar Guzman Damozel is back. This spring, the university’s literary magazine is slated to celebrate its launch on April 26, allowing participating students and alums to see their creative works in a paperback book. The publication has been showcasing creative works—poems, short fiction and... Continue Reading →

Q & A with Ann Turiano

By Micah Castelo Ann Turiano is the director of NDMU’s spring production, DECISION HEIGHT. Written by Meredith Dayna Levy, this award-winning historical drama follows the story of the Women Airforce Service Pilots during World War II. As a director, Turiano is not new to Notre Dame—in fact, she directed last year’s production of Aphra Behn’s... Continue Reading →

No Experience Necessary

Carefree dancing with Notre Dame's On Pointe By Alexis Stevenson If you love dancing recreationally without the stress of being judged, then On Pointe may be the club for you! On Pointe is Notre Dame’s newest dance club, open to experienced and novice dancers alike. The club’s president Alex Mumma, a sophomore elementary education major,... Continue Reading →

NDMU Auditions for The Rover

By Rhea Guzman Aphra Behn, the first professional female writer in English and the creator of “The Rover,” once said, “Each moment of a happy lover’s hour is worth an age of dull and common life.” Under the direction of Ann Turiano, Notre Dame of Maryland University is taking on the production of “The Rover” this... Continue Reading →

Fine Eats

An inside look at Dangerously Delicious Pies and Swallow at the Hollow By Kara Sedlack Dangerously Delicious Pies Are you hungry for a nice, warm slice of pie, but don’t feel like making it? Or perhaps you’re feeling a bit adventurous and you want to try something new that will tickle your taste buds? Dangerously... Continue Reading →

Did You Know? Origins of Valentine’s Day

By Sarah Coleman February 14 is often associated with flowers, sweets in the shape of hearts, love and happiness. However, the many possible origins of Valentine’s Day is not as lovey dovey as it seems. As many historical events, Valentine’s Day can be traced back to the Romans, specifically to the celebration of Lupercalia. According... Continue Reading →

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