Abigail Bartels

“Let Them Eat Break”

Notre Dame students forage for food over fall break.

Under Caesar’s Sword

Notre Dame and Georgetown will collaborate on new program about religious persecution.

Notre Dame Students Go Inside Out

Senior Aleshia Faulstich talks with the Rover about her class experience.

Mary’s School And The School’s Marys

Abby Bartels reports on the first “Saturdays with the Saints” lecture about the depiction of Mary in the artwork at Notre Dame.

Bridging The Gap: Educating Friends Of Sexual Assault Survivors

The Gender Relations Center hosted its second annual Walk with Me dinner.

Feminism, Law And Religion: My “At Bat”

Abigail Bartels reflects on her first experience speaking at an academic conference and what really matters in controversial discussions.

“To Bring The Gospel To All”

Archbishop Salvatore Fisichella delivers the Keeley Vatican Lecture, “The Role of Church in Contemporary Society”

Honoring the Foundational Vision

The University recently celebrated the 200th anniversary of Fr. Sorin’s birthday. It was an opportunity reflect on the great mission and vision that he set forth for the University.

The Singing Engineer

Ryan Hall’s Camilla Tassi chats about her double majors, future plans.

Healthcare and Notre Dame’s Catholic Mission

Abigail Bartels reports on the various efforts of the University in caring for its students, such as the University Counseling Center and University Health Services.