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Notre Dame students work at Rio Olympics

Notre Dame students work at Rio Olympics

| Monday, August 29, 2016

The U.S. women’s gymnastics team emerged onto the floor of the Rio Olympic Arena and sat down, awaiting the routines of the women’s all-around team competition. Wild applause greeted them, the packed arena and millions around the world cheering the star-studded quintet on. In the row of seats behind read more

Jimmy John’s franchise opens on Eddy Street

Jimmy John’s franchise opens on Eddy Street

| Monday, August 29, 2016

While new additions such as Dunne Hall, Flaherty Hall and Smashburger were being unveiled on Notre Dame’s campus over the summer, a new Jimmy John’s location also opened on Eddy Street between the Hammes Bookstore and Blaze Pizza. Tyler Grummel, first assistant at Jimmy John’s, said the restaurant’s new read more

Right to Life looks to expand campus activities

Right to Life looks to expand campus activities

| Friday, August 26, 2016

The leadership of Notre Dame Right to Life — which, with over a thousand members, is one of the largest campus organizations— is hard at work spreading the club’s mission throughout the community, recruiting new members and planning new events to be held throughout the year. Senior president Aly read more

CUSE funds summer research projects

| Friday, August 26, 2016

Senior biology major Kiley Adams considers her day-to-day activities to be her most valuable memories of this past summer. But for Adams, who spent the summer researching community-based rehabilitation (CBR) models to increase opportunities for people with disabilities in rural India, those day-to-day activities were far from mundane. They read more

Saint Mary’s introduces new hall directors

| Thursday, August 25, 2016

Saint Mary’s welcomed Paton Roden and Nicole Hundt as hall directors for Residence Life in Regina Hall and Le Mans, respectively. Roden said she received her graduate degree from the University of Virginia, and was an assistant with student life during her time there. “When I had my campus visit I just fell read more