Sophomores Take On the City

Rich with culture and diversity, San Francisco is a metropolitan hub of art and  history located practically in our backyard. Taking advantage of ND’s close proximity to the city, sophomore students piled onto busses and eagerly departed to explore two museums in Golden Gate Park. Students viewed exhibits that connect to the topics studied in

A Series of Unfortunate Events – New Netflix Original

If you grew up reading Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, then you probably already know about Violet, Klaus, and Sunny’s not-so-fortunate lives. And if you’re anything like me, then you probably have been waiting a very long time for this novel series to become a television series. Unless you’re living under a rock,

An Intro to Veganism

From classmates to celebrities, more people are now vegan than ever before. According to Vegetarian Times, around 7.3 million Americans consider themselves vegan, with an additional 22.8 million people following vegetarian-inclined lifestyles. Despite the rise of plant-based diets, many people still have questions about the basics of eating this way. Here are some answers to

Enchanted Forest, Enchanting Night

On December 3, Notre Dame students and their guests gathered in JB Hall for Winter Ball, themed Enchanted Forest. The freshman outdid themselves this year on the beautiful decorations. Glistening lights adorned each mirror in the gym. All the silver-matted tables were centered by a small silver tree sparkling with multi-colored lights, based with small candles. Along

ND Service Fair

This year’s Notre Dame Service Fair hosted by TASC Service, allowed ND students to represent their agencies. Students interested in finding agencies were able to talk to their peers about the agencies they worked with, to see if they were the right fit. During the Trick-or-Treat themed fair, students went around to the different booths

Senior Sunrise

7:03 A. M., September 20th, 2016- the sun was suppose to rise and greet the 2017 Ravens with warmth, welcoming them into seniorhood. The ravens didn’t let the forecasted dark weather bring their spirits down. Although the sun was covered by clouds, over 100 seniors attended the event! There was a buffet of breakfast foods

The Switch: From Middle School to High School

If you are a freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, or have graduated high school, you’ve gone through the transition from middle school to high school. Let’s bring you back to when you made the change and bring back those old (or recent) memories of that transition. Fiona McMahon ‘20, who attended Bullis Charter School before attending

Mix it Up!

Colorful flashing lights, music bumpin’, wide smiles from students all around, Notre Dame’s annual “Back to School” mixer was a time to have fun and let loose! Students from various high schools gathered outside of Julie Billiart Hall ready and excited to dance, hang out with friends, and sing alongside their peers. Not to mention,