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 →

Our Sister’s Keeper

Why Notre Dame should still be affected by Keough's Past and Present By Ciarese De Torres It's not every day that something as immense as Netflix casts the spotlight on the streets of Baltimore. Yet on May 2017, Netflix released a series titled The Keepers, which brought into light the fifty-year-old secrets kept within the... 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 →

Q & A with Ann Turiano

By Micah Castelo Ann Turiano is the director of NDMU’s spring production, DECISION HEIGHT. Written by Meredith Dayna Levy, this award-winning historical drama follows the story of the Women Airforce Service Pilots during World War II. As a director, Turiano is not new to Notre Dame—in fact, she directed last year’s production of Aphra Behn’s... 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 →

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 →

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 →

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