Common Read Author Sparks Discussion

By Ciarese De Torres For this year’s Common Read, students were asked to read “Tell Me How it Ends: An Essay in Forty Questions” by Valeria Luiselli. The book centers on Luiselli’s accounts of Mexican and Central-American children and their struggles crossing the U.S.-Mexico border without papers. Luiselli came to the Common Read event to... Continue Reading →

Gators Dominate Sports and Academics

By Sara Few The fall sports teams have stepped up their games from the Fall 2018 seasons and have made their 2019 CSAC debuts in the preseason polls. Some of the Gator sports teams have had their highest rankings this season in their program. The Gators return after a successful year with 2 CSAC Championships... Continue Reading →

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 →

The Buzz about Spelling a Great Show

By Ciarese De Torres As auditions for The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee were called, news buzzed around campus about the upcoming musical. The show is centered on a group of six adolescents competing in a spelling bee run by three similarly peculiar adults. Obtaining the rights for the production was not easy, according... Continue Reading →

Celebrating 125 Years of Education

By Hermoine Riggs As NDMU celebrates 125 years of learning, the campus community looks back at how Notre Dame has grown and evolved over the years. Originally called “Notre Dame of Maryland Preparatory School and Collegiate Institute,” NDMU was founded in 1873. The founder, Mother Mary Theresa, brought five sisters to America to educate women.... Continue Reading →

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