To Be or Not To Be Coed

Notre Dame attempts to find her place as a women's college in today's world By Christine Roa and Ciarese De Torres When Hood College decided to grant men residential status in 2002, Notre Dame became the last remaining women’s college in Maryland. But with only 36 others left in the country, the question of whether... Continue Reading →

Raising Our Voices Proudly

By Jae Bradley “The New York Times” estimates that nearly 500,000 people participated in the Women’s March on Washington on January 21, 2017. The march was a vibrant and very pink display of solidarity among advocates of various social causes. From reproductive rights to environmental concerns, demonstrators flooded the heart of the nation’s capital the... Continue Reading →

Facing the Sweet Italian Music

By Madeline Mask “POSSO AVERE UN PICCOLO CONO CON LAMPONE E CREMA VANIGLIA PER FAVORE?!” That was the first thing I learned to say in Italian, and what better way to start my integration process than with raspberry and vanilla gelato. Last semester, I had the privilege of spending 17 weeks in Perugia, Italy, studying... Continue Reading →

How to be a Cheerful Giver

Four easy ways you can help those in need this holiday season By Kara Sedlack With the holiday season on its way, it’s hard not to get caught up in our large consumerist society. People are browsing store catalogs and searching for the biggest sales online, excited to blow away their hard-earned money. But sometimes,... Continue Reading →

Where Can Justice be Found in Baltimore?

How one family’s fight has turned into a platform for the voiceless By Lillian Doyle It has been 1,097 days since the death of local Baltimore artist Tyrone West. The cause of West’s death is controversial. After being pulled over by the Baltimore police for a traffic stop in July 2013, it was discovered that... Continue Reading →

Doyle Dining Hacks

Tired of the same old dining hall food? Check out these twists! By Lillian Doyle Food has the power to inspire sluggish college students, weighed down by their overpriced textbooks and existential stress. At Notre Dame, the Dining Hall is where that delicious resource lies. The Doyle Dining Hall is a central point on Notre... Continue Reading →

Voting at Notre Dame

By Domonikue Covington “If you don't do politics, politics will do you.” A method to avoid this is voting. Although voting is considered a hallmark of democracy and a guaranteed right by US citizens, most voters tend to be apathetic with low voter turnout.  The current political election is memorable yet uncertain, causing many to... Continue Reading →

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