An NDMU 100 class plans a ramen food pantry for Notre Dame’s commuter students By Micah Castelo Are you a hungry and broke commuter student? If so, then you’re in luck—this semester, an NDMU 100 class is starting a food pantry for commuter students who can’t always afford to have a meal. With the closing […]Read more "Got Ramen?"
An examination of Notre Dame’s health services By Sarah Coleman Notre Dame of Maryland University provides a sector of health services that increase student wellness, giving students mental health and disability services. However, many feel that the university is lacking in physical health services. Currently, Notre Dame does not have a health facility on campus. […]Read more "Health at Notre Dame"
Tuition fees prevent students from enrolling in courses this semester By April Payes-Nascimento As the fall semester comes to a close, registration for the winter and spring semester has begun. However, something major changed this year: winter semester classes will include separate tuition fees. Typically, the winter semester (or Winterim) starts right after New Year’s […]Read more "The Cost of Winterim"
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 […]Read more "Voting at Notre Dame"
WOW panelists take a look at one of feminism’s biggest issues By Sarah Coleman Notre Dame of Maryland hosted the second day of the Women of the World (WOW) Festival. WOW celebrates women as a force for positive change and examines the barriers women face. The festival was diverse and inclusive; it included panels, discussions, […]Read more "Is Feminism Failing Women of Color?"
By Ter’race Blake In observance of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it is very important that we make sure our breast health is taken into consideration as we live our day to day life. Here are five tips that you can use throughout the day, week and month to keep your breast health in […]Read more "Be Breast Aware"
By LaKeta Thomas While students were out enjoying the sun and catching up on sleep during spring break, welcome changes were being made to several hot spots at Notre Dame. The Student Life offices, Gator Alley, a new softball field and many more places on campus were changed or created to improve their visibility and […]Read more "NDMU Announces New President and Other Spring Changes"