Upholding the Catholic character of the University of Notre Dame
Capital punishment in the updated Catechism
Matthew Gambetta reflects on the state of the Liturgy and how to recover its sense of sacredness
Michael Singleton discusses the Irish music and the Irish Rover
Maya Lewis surveys the perspective of international students, coming from places as far as South Korea and as close as Mexio, on the American Holiday of Thanksgiving.
Maggie Duncan spends some time with Len Gish who has been part of the Notre Dame football family for an incredible 52 seasons.
John McMackin describes some of the, often quite silly, traditions of Notre Dame students on Football Gamedays, such as the Trombone Victory Taco and the pouring of oblations to Knute Rockne.
Grace Urankar gets students’ opinions on SYR’s. Some of the more interesting SYR traditions include Knott Hall’s Americana Dance which is held at the RV Hall of Fame in Elkhart, IN and Dillon Hall’s Stache Bash.
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