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Sexual assault reported

| Friday, April 17, 2015

A sexual assault was reported to a University administrator Tuesday, according to the Notre Dame Security Police (NDSP) crime log from Wednesday. The alleged rape occurred on Jan. 17 in a North Quad men’s residence hall, according to the crime log. Unlike in other cases this year, however, students read more

Relay for Life to enter 11th year

| Friday, April 17, 2015

This year’s Relay for Life will be held Friday in Compton Family Ice Arena. According to the relay website, 446 participants from Notre Dame have helped to raise over $105,455 thus far through various fundraising events. The relay Friday will include a variety of activities and entertainment in hopes read more

Saint Mary’s 30th annual Madeleva Lecture discusses Voice of Young Catholic Women project

Saint Mary’s 30th annual Madeleva Lecture discusses Voice of Young Catholic Women project

| Friday, April 17, 2015

Saint Mary’s Director of the Center for Spirituality Elizabeth Groppe introduced the 30th annual Madeleva Lecture, created in honor of former president of Saint Mary’s Sister Madeleva Wolff, on Thursday. The lecture included many speakers, all looking specifically at the Voice of Young Catholic Women project that began at Saint read more

CSEM celebrates 10th anniversary

| Thursday, April 16, 2015

This week, the College Seminar, the College of Arts and Letters’s signature interdisciplinary requirement, is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Implemented in 2005, the College Seminar requirement was initially intended to provide students with a traditional “Great Books” style of education and serve as an integration of the liberal arts. Now, read more

Student senate deliberates on ethics report

and | Thursday, April 16, 2015

For two weeks, the Student Union Ethics Commission conducted a confidential investigation of an unnamed member of the Student Union after receiving a preliminary report of misconduct April 1. In the student Senate meeting Wednesday evening, junior Zach Waterson, Judicial Council president and chair of the Ethics Commission, requested a closed read more