Nothing But Speed

A glance into NDMU's Track and Field Club By Jessica Profilio Although cross country is a fairly new team on campus, it has made strides since its founding in 2016, among them being the impetus for the formation of the Track and Field club. The club is open to runners and non-runners from different backgrounds,... 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 →

SAAC at NDMU

NDMU’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee celebrates Division III week By Micah Castelo Last week, NDMU’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) joined thousands of NCAA Division III student-athletes to commemorate the accomplishments of members in the division. As part of the annual observance, SAAC holds its biggest events and celebrations for student-athletes at NDMU. Starting on April 2,... 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 →

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 →

New Beginnings

NDMU welcomes a new Athletics Director By Micah Castelo Last month, Notre Dame of Maryland University hired Renee Bostic as the new Director of Athletics and Wellness. Bostic will be managing all aspects of the intercollegiate athletics department and its programs in this role. She’s also the first African American athletics director in Notre Dame’s... 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 →

Teamwork Makes the Gators’ Dream Work

By Helen Contreras Passion, sweat, and an orange ball are just a few things that have strengthened the bond between the NDMU basketball team and Tom Gizzi, their head coach. As the conference begins, Coach Gizzi and the team are preparing themselves to make this season theirs. With this being his second year at Notre... Continue Reading →

Basketball with a Heart

By Micah Castelo This season, Notre Dame’s basketball team has been extremely active—on the court and in the Baltimore community. The whole team, players and coaches included, have participated in several service projects to build team spirit while helping out those in need—including Art with a Heart. Along with several team members, Lindsey Webb (business... Continue Reading →

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