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Students to run in 11th annual Holy Half

Students to run in 11th annual Holy Half

| Friday, March 27, 2015

The 11th annual Holy Half Marathon will be held this Saturday. This year’s race will be filled with the maximum 1500 participants, as well as 500 waiting list members, and will benefit the local charities St. Margaret’s House and La Casa de Amistad. Holy Half President Katie Wood said the read more

SMC student to read at Vatican Mass

| Friday, March 27, 2015

Most students who study abroad can testify to having a unique experience, but not many can say they offered the first reading at the Holy Father’s Palm Sunday Mass. Saint Mary’s sophomore Ali Mahoney, who is currently studying abroad in Rome, was chosen to give the first reading this read more

ND professor’s first book released in Dublin

ND professor’s first book released in Dublin

| Friday, March 27, 2015

DUBLIN — Surrounded by notable priests, politicians and members of the Notre Dame community at the historic Merrion Hotel in Ireland’s capital, professor of political science Fr. Sean McGraw launched his new book, ‘How Parties Win: Shaping the Irish Political Arena’ on Thursday evening. The book, McGraw’s first, stems read more

PrismND to host second annual LGBT retreat

PrismND to host second annual LGBT retreat

| Friday, March 27, 2015

This weekend, PrismND will host its second annual retreat — one it hopes will foster reflection and a feeling of fellowship within the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community at Notre Dame, PrismND spirituality commissioner Shannon Connolly said. Connolly said the retreat looks to serve LGBT students whose spiritual read more

SMC seniors write letters of gratitude

| Friday, March 27, 2015

This spring, Saint Mary’s College seniors have the opportunity to write letters to people who influenced their time at the college. The Senior Letter Project, spearheaded by senior class president Tori Wilbraham and senior vice president Lauren Osmanski, began as a way for members of the senior class to read more

Mendoza seniors develop BlueBucket

Mendoza seniors develop BlueBucket

| Thursday, March 26, 2015

Earlier this month, Mendoza College of Business seniors Mary Cornfield, Alisha Anderson and Caitlin Crommett launched BlueBucket, an organization that forms partnerships with restaurants to collect donations for local charities. “It had originally come up last semester, and then this semester, I’m in a class called Design & Entrepreneurship read more

BridgeND hosts open debate on immigration

| Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Cooperation, civility and compromise: The words at the core of BridgeND’s mission statement formed the basis for an open debate on immigration Wednesday night between several student groups in the LaFortune Ballroom. The club, which strives to promote dialogue between students of different political philosophies on campus, and Women read more

MASV examines gender roles in ‘House of Cards’

| Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Men Against Sexual Violence (MASV), a club dedicated to combatting sexual violence on campus, hosted a viewing of season two, episode four of the Netflix series “House of Cards,” followed by a panel discussion of character motives and gender roles Wednesday in DeBartolo Hall. The panel consisted of four speakers, read more