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W. Joseph DeReuil, '24

Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, Opinion Editor

W. Joseph DeReuil is a senior studying philosophy and classics. While at Notre Dame he has been involved with the dCEC, CCCG, SCOP, and many other organizations, in addition to writing for various non-Notre Dame publications including First Things, The American Conservative, and the National Catholic Register. His goals for senior year include graduating and successfully defending against a defamation law suit from a Notre Dame professor. He can be reached at wdereuil@nd.edu.

Mean Girls: The Re-make! Strikes “Too Close to Home” for NDRtL

From the makers of the second Karate Kid, the latter two versions of A Star is Born, and all other ex-theatre kids who aren’t creative enough to come up with their own plots, comes the long-awaited remake of Mean Girls.

Innovative Policy Saves Academic Freedom

Pornography use restricted, with a caveat

Book Panel Reimagines the Future of Catholicism

 Provost McGreevy speaks on his new history of the Church

Struggle For Pornography Filter Continues

Student senate resolution fails, four-year advocacy continues

WRAP Week Fights Pornography on Campus

Students for Child-Oriented Policy hosts its annual signature event

Juan Manuel Santos to Deliver 2023 Commencement Address

Former Colombian president to speak, receive honorary degree

Much Ado About Nothing?

Whenever you remove any fence, always pause long enough to ask why it was put there in the first place.
– G. K. Chesterton

Notre Dame Hires Assistant Provost for Academic Diversity

Keona Lewis joins faculty from position at Georgia Tech

Father Jenkins Responds to Pro-Abortion Advocacy

President Jenkins issues Chicago Tribune letter disavowing Kay and Ostermann’s pro-abortion position

Thomas Pink Argues Against Church-State Separation

Notre Dame lecture attempts to reconcile official theology and Church teaching