Is there room where you want to board?

By Kristina Pickering and Kaitlyn Angell Is life in Doyle Hall for you? By Kristina Pickering Calling all residents! Students in Meletia, ever wonder what life in Doyle is like? Doyle Hall is fairly quite, and residents tend to reserve our time for studying, and when we can, some good relaxation. Doyle is a building... Continue Reading →

Healthcare event helps students

By Ciarese De Torres This year commemorates the third annual Women’s Healthcare Workshop hosted by the Commuters United, a commuter-led SGA organization formerly known as Road Scholars. During this service event, both residents and commuters alike come to Gator Alley, where they can freely discuss feminine health care problems and decorate boxes called Menstruation Stations.... Continue Reading →

The Best of Brilliant Baltimore

By Ciarese De Torres From bacon to books to bright lights, it seems that there are a lot of things for Baltimore to celebrate. The city has been very festive as of late, with not one, nor two, but three festivals occurring at the same time. In a show of unique solidarity, both the Baltimore... Continue Reading →

Global Students Diversify Campus

By Taylor Bynion In the undergraduate women’s college, 3 percent of the student body is comprised of international students from Albania, Argentina, Barbados, Cameron, Cote D’Ivoire, Egypt, El Salvador, Great Britain, Honduras, Mali, Philippines, and Sudan, according to the school’s website. These international students, such as sophomore biology major Isa Dallasta, chose to travel to... Continue Reading →

Yearly Community Day Unites Campus

By Kristina Pickering Every year, the NDMU community comes together to celebrate the foundation by the School Sisters of Notre Dame while also engaging the community with varying issues that face our society. This year, the campus community attended a presentation by Sister Eileen Riley who has worked closely with the United Nations. In her... Continue Reading →

Common Read Author Sparks Discussion

By Ciarese De Torres For this year’s Common Read, students were asked to read “Tell Me How it Ends: An Essay in Forty Questions” by Valeria Luiselli. The book centers on Luiselli’s accounts of Mexican and Central-American children and their struggles crossing the U.S.-Mexico border without papers. Luiselli came to the Common Read event to... Continue Reading →

Celebrating 125 Years of Education

By Hermoine Riggs As NDMU celebrates 125 years of learning, the campus community looks back at how Notre Dame has grown and evolved over the years. Originally called “Notre Dame of Maryland Preparatory School and Collegiate Institute,” NDMU was founded in 1873. The founder, Mother Mary Theresa, brought five sisters to America to educate women.... Continue Reading →

NDMU Gears Up for WOW Festival Baltimore

The community is abuzz about the festival's second year on campus By Jae Bradley On Saturday, April 28, our very own Notre Dame of Maryland University is set to present Baltimore’s Women of the World (WOW) Festival for the second consecutive year. The event is a local iteration of an international festival that premiered in... Continue Reading →

Student Advisory Council Reconvenes

The student-led organization improves communication between students and administration.  By Micah Castelo On January 29, the Notre Dame community received an email about nominations for the Student Advisory Council (SAC). With prior news about the co-education idea presented to the Board of Trustees, the reunification of the student-run committee seemed more than timely. After receiving... Continue Reading →

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