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 →

Sisters in Service

How One Local Sorority is Helping a Peruvian Elementary School in Need By Samantha Benton Omega Phi Alpha is a national service sorority that dedicates itself to providing service to those in need. The sorority has several types of services that they perform each semester, one of which is serving communities across the world. For... Continue Reading →

A Celebration of Student Research

Students showcase their work at Nancy Kreiter Research Day By Kashay Webb In less than a month, the Notre Dame community will join to celebrate undergraduate and graduate research once again. Each year, students submit proposals for both research conducted from previous semesters and research currently being worked on. As students from different programs and... Continue Reading →

The Amazing Race to Public Health Education

NDMU's SNPhA Chapter holds a race to educate and bring community together By Micah Castelo On April 3, NDMU’s Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA) chapter held their annual Amazing Race in celebration of National Public Health Week. Since 2015, the race has helped connect students and faculty from the School of Pharmacy to the rest of... 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 →

Notre Dame’s Legacy of Leadership

How one group can redefine professionalism By Samantha Benton Notre Dame of Maryland University is a community that cherishes every opportunity for collaboration. The latest result of such collaboration is the Legacy Leaders Group, an initiative instituted by Residence Life and Student Engagement to enrich the overall Notre Dame experience. Over the next few months,... Continue Reading →

A Celebration of the Liberal Arts Tradition

The University Common Read program launches for the upcoming school year By Christine Roa At its core, a liberal education serves to celebrate and nurture human freedom. Liberal institutions utilize knowledge as a tool to not only help their students reach their own full potential, but also foster the growth of a liberated community. In... Continue Reading →

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 →

Rise and Grind

A new cafe opens inside Gator Alley By Jessica Profilio The semester just started, and yet, there’s something new brewing inside Gator Alley already. After two years, the university opened the doors of a brand-new café—The Gator Grind—to bring another food service option to the NDMU community. The Gator Grind is currently serving up a... Continue Reading →

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