Matthew Crawford Lectures on Gratitude

 Sheedy Program Hosts Bestselling Author of “Shop Class as Soulcraft”

Notre Dame Elects New Student Body President

Dawson Kiser and Maeve Miller pledge support for Catholic identity

Students React to Campus Scooter Ban

Three months later, December restriction still sparks mixed responses

Father Jenkins Condemns Gaza Conflict

Notre Dame president releases statement calling for peace

Jennifer Newsome Martin Appointed de Nicola Center Director

Theologian to succeed Professor O. Carter Snead as head of dCEC

Class of 2024 Objects to Commencement Speaker Selection

Father Jenkins to be first Notre Dame president to deliver address

Students Attend Annual March for Life “Under Her Mantle”

Marian-themed pilgrimage marks second year of post-Roe march

SMC Students Reveal Censorship, Harassment on Campus Amidst Controversy

Women’s college reverses admissions policy on biological men

Nearly 500 Students Study Confessions

 Hundreds register for Fr. Kevin Grove’s course on St. Augustine’s autobiography

Tamara Kay v. The Irish Rover Dismissed

The defamation lawsuit brought against the Irish Rover by Prof. Tamara Kay in June 2023 was dismissed by St. Joseph County, Indiana, Superior Court on Jan 8, 2024, under Indiana’s Anti-SLAPP law.