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 […]Read more "Check out some fun spring area events"
By Tia Nichols Every year, Notre Dame’s Campus Activities Board (also known as CAB) hosts Winterfest – a free indoor festival with a plethora of food and attractions. Winterfest has a little bit of something for everyone. Visitors can get a henna tattoo, get a caricature drawn with a friend or take cute pictures in […]Read more "Build-A-Bear and money machine prove popular draws at Winterfest"
By Elena Wengert The class of 2013 left 4701 North Charles Street in a groundbreaking way, by creating a brand new tradition that began on May 20th 2013, that of Senior Week here at Notre Dame of Maryland University. A tradition that other graduates across the country partake in every year to celebrate the four […]Read more "Class of 2013 Launches New Tradition of Senior Week"
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 […]Read more "Learn More about Landing the Perfect Internship"
By Elena Wengert On Friday, June 28th 2013, a few more than 100 young women embarked onto a new journey at Notre Dame of Maryland University, a journey that began with the registering of classes, the meeting of classmates and the general wanting to know more. With help from the Student Life Staff and this […]Read more "Orientation Offers Introduction to NDMU"
By Marguerite Linz There is a common desire that connects the students of Notre Dame of Maryland University: the desire to graduate. After Honors Convocations, a transition between two presidents, long nights spent studying, and time enjoyed with professors and friends, Commencement arrived on May 25, 2013. Slightly more than 400 Women’s College students received […]Read more "About 400 Women’s College Students Earn Degrees"