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Catholic identity

Notre Dame Elects New Student Body President

Dawson Kiser and Maeve Miller pledge support for Catholic identity

What Are Anti-SLAPP Statutes?

A brief history of a powerful legal remedy to baseless suits

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. 

The Legacy of Fr. Jenkins

Notre Dame President steps down after 19-year tenure

Law School Hosts Religious Liberty LGBT Talk

Conversation explores the intersection between religious liberty and LGBT rights

Grand Opening for DEI Center

PwC-funded center opens in LaFortune Student Center

Identity Confusion at Notre Dame

“Every part which does not harmonize with its whole is disgraceful.” — St. Augustine, Confessions III.8

Faculty Address Outlines “Notre Dame 2033: A Strategic Framework”

Catholic Identity, Affirmative Action, and university growth discussed at September 5 event

We Will Not Be Silenced

Support the Rover’s legal defense against a Notre Dame professor’s suit

What it Means to Be ND

Managing Editor Nico Schmitz writes on the University’s New Ad and what it conveys about her mission