A Spotlight on NDMUs Spectrum: NDMUs Spectrum Club makes waves this school year

By Sarah Coleman You have probably seen event flyers around Notre Dame with the word “Spectrum” on them. Yet, many people in the Notre Dame community still do not know much about Spectrum and their purpose as a student organization. According to Notre Dame’s Student Organizations and Honors webpage, Spectrim us a club working to […]

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Women Transforming the World Aoyama Gakuin Women’s College students visit Notre Dame

By Madeline Mask From March 8 to March 16, five Japanese students accompanied by a faculty member from Aoyama Gakuin Women’s Junior College visited Notre Dame of Maryland University through a cultural exchange hosted by the Elizabeth Morrissy Honors Program. According to Dr. Jeana DelRosso, Director of the Morrissy Honors Program and faculty member of […]

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An Inside Look at 100 Nights: Graduating seniors celebrate their 100 nights until Commencement

By Kara Sedlack On February 23, 2017, Notre Dame of Maryland’s Class of 2017 celebrated “100 Nights” until their graduation. The event began with a cocktail hour at Noyes Alumnae House where faculty and staff joined the students. Bonding over wine, cheese and fruit, students reminisced over memories they’ve had together over the past four […]

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Clothesline Project

By Rose Sebastian According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, at least twenty people per minute are abused by their significant other. In the span of one year, it would equate to ten million abused women and men. In order to address this issue, a small group of women, whom had experienced personal violence, […]

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Connecting with Art in NDMU’s Gormely Gallery Subtitle: Fourier Hall Hosts the Artwork of Rania Hassan

By Rhea Lynne M. Guzman Pablo Picasso once said, “Art is a lie that makes us see the truth.” Since the beginning of the semester, Gormely Gallery on the second floor of Fourier Hall has been adorned by the artwork of Rania Hassan. In her artist statement, she writes, “I am fascinated by the connections […]

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Le Garage Frites Shop

By Jessica Profilio Have you been craving fries, but fast food joints just aren’t cutting it? Maybe it’s time to head down to Le Garage Frites Shop in Hampden. The shop serves thick-cut French-Belgian fries with a wide variety of sauces for you to try out. They have sauces ranging from their house ketchup to […]

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Taking it to the Streets: Science experts and enthusiasts organize in support of democratic and data-conscious policy

By Jae Bradley Every year, the United States celebrates Earth Day to commemorate the dawn of the modern environmental movement that began on April 22, 1970. This was a day when colleges and universities held rallies to emphasize the importance of environmentally-conscious industry and recreation. This year, concerned citizens plan to gather for a march […]

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