Topping Off Two Great Careers, Eh?

The Canadian duo of JP Malette and Jeremy Rae, two of Notre Dame’s middle-distance running greats, are finishing their careers at Notre Dame this season and were willing to sit down for an interview with the Irish Rover.

Really? Is It This Good?

In a shocking turn of events, Notre Dame Freshmen realize that the University of Notre Dame is actually a pretty cool place.

Cheers and Jeers

This issue’s Cheers and Jeers, duck boots are in and the Broncos are out, but those commercials sure made the Super Bowl fun to watch.

TED Takes Notre Dame

Notre Dame recently held TEDxUND 2014 and featured students and professors as speakers on topics as diverse as Communication and Visual Design.

One is too Many: Beyond the Pledge

One is Too Many, a campus campaign to eradicate sexual violence on campus, is being embraced by any students on campus, but many students wonder if the campaign is enough.

Buildings as a Foundation for Achievement

Notre Dame is moving forward with plans for the Campus Crossroads Project, the largest and most ambitious building project in the 172 year history of the university.

From Conversion to Campus Ministry: Brett Perkins on Vocation

Editor’s note: This article is part of a series of interviews with men and women in the Notre Dame community who have responded to God’s call to holiness in different ways. Here, campus minister Brett Perkins speaks on vocation and tells the story of what brought him to the faith, as well as to Notre Dame.

Rover: How would you describe vocation in a general sense?

Wanderlust: On The Verge Celebrates Adventure and Imagination

A vibrant cast and crew from Notre Dame’s Department of Film, Television and Theater (FTT) bring to life a story of adventure and yearning in the student-run production of Eric Overmyer’s On The Verge, or, The Geography of Yearning.

On The Verge opened on Thursday, October 3 at the Philbin Studio Theatre in the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, and after a successful run of shows, promises to delight audiences again the weekend of October 10-13.

Spotlight Club: Orestes Brownson Council

Ten years ago, a handful of students sought to create a forum of study, conversation and education about Catholicism and American politics. Thus the Orestes Brownson Council (OBC) was born, drawing inspiration from their namesake, who dedicated himself to seeking the truth and rejected existing political ideologies.

Notre Dame, Our Brothers and Sisters

Campus has been abuzz with the latest issue in Notre Dame football: According to Brian Kelly, the football team should not stay to sing the Alma Mater after a losing effort at home.