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 →

A Community of Conversations

The Conversation Table takes Spanish learning outside the classroom By Samantha Benton It can be difficult to learn a new language, especially if they do not have many opportunities to practice their skills outside of the classroom. Imagine if they could participate in fun and interactive conversations with their friends throughout the week. These students... Continue Reading →

Fan the Flames, Feel the Bern: A Ben Jealous Endorsement

By Courtney Strength On Wednesday, December 6, Notre Dame proudly welcomed Ben Jealous, candidate for Governor of Maryland, Susie Turnbull, Lieutenant Governor candidate, and their campaign staff for a rally about Medicare-for-all. Those speaking and lending their support included three nurses, Maryland Delegate Keanuu Smith, and past Presidential candidate, Senator Bernie Sanders. Prefacing Jealous, the... Continue Reading →

Introducing the New UN Club

By Don'She Cloude This past month, the United Nations club made its official debut in the Notre Dame community. The UN club is an on-campus organization open to all Women's College students interested in global issues, international affairs, and the works and goals of the U.N. According to the United Nations, the UN is an international... Continue Reading →

Calling the Shots: NDMU’s School of Pharmacy takes the lead in educating the community about immunizations and vaccinations

By Ariyen Barkzai With the return of the flu season, Notre Dame of Maryland’s School of Pharmacy has been active in the field of vaccinations and immunizations. Since the start of this fall, the SOP has been participating in on and off-cam­pus activities including a flu clinic and Project Homeless Connect where they not only... Continue Reading →

Got Ramen?

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... Continue Reading →

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