Who are NDMYOU

By Mylaika Stephenson Columns explores the unique stories of community members because every gator has a tale. Sophomore education major, Tasnin Aktar, was born in Bangladesh on December 21,1999. Aktar has two older sisters and a younger brother. When she first stepped on American soil, where she first experienced snow, she was ten years old.... Continue Reading →

Study Abroad Benefits Students

By Bria Foster As a junior modern foreign language major studying Spanish and Arabic, traveling abroad for my education seemed like an intuitive choice. However, studying abroad can be an enriching experience for anyone. Recently, I traded the beautiful scenery of NDMU’s campus for a different view. During the past three weeks, I have been... Continue Reading →

Experience Japan at NDMU

Japanese high school students visit Notre Dame By Rhea Guzman Are you in Japanese culture? Do you want to practice your Japanese skills with native speakers? Then you’re in luck! On Thursday, March 8, a group of 56 Japanese students from Kyoto Notre Dame High School will be coming to tour the campus. This provides... Continue Reading →

No Experience Necessary

Carefree dancing with Notre Dame's On Pointe By Alexis Stevenson If you love dancing recreationally without the stress of being judged, then On Pointe may be the club for you! On Pointe is Notre Dame’s newest dance club, open to experienced and novice dancers alike. The club’s president Alex Mumma, a sophomore elementary education major,... Continue Reading →

Check out some fun spring area events

By Claire Amatucci Want to continue the spring break fun while back at NDMU? Check out these local things to do during April. The Original Fell’s Point Ghost Walk Take a spooky ghost tour in Fells Point! 7 p.m. Saturdays March-June 2014 Tickets: $13 Adults, $8 Kids under 12. On-site tickets $15 Adults, $10 kids... Continue Reading →

Learn More about Landing the Perfect Internship

By Marguerite Linz Are you currently looking for a way to boost your resume and gain experience while receiving class credits? Internships are helpful in determining career plans and gaining experiential knowledge in any field of study. The Career and Student Success Center (formerly known as ACE Career Center) holds internship orientations every first Thursday... Continue Reading →

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