Edith Windsor, the gay-rights activist whose case led the Supreme Court to grant same-sex married couples federal recognition for the first time, died on Tuesday, September 12th in Manhattan. She was 88. Her wife, Judith Kasen-Windsor, confirmed the death, at a hospital, but did not specify a cause. They were married in 2016. Windsor’s career …

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Solána Imani Rowe, better known by her stage name SZA, is an upcoming R&B artist. Her debut studio album Ctrl, was a hit among the youth for its relatable messages. I went to her concert in September and while at her concert, you can feel her enthusiasm and passion through the energy she puts on …

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As more and more natural disasters pass through countless countries and regions, providing support for the victims of these events can feel harder and harder every day. Even though you may not be directly impacted by the effects of these disasters, it is still incredibly important that you help in any way you can. The …

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On Friday, May 12th almost fifty Notre Dame students were confirmed at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Joseph. Every other year, NDSJ offers students the opportunity to get confirmed through the school. The preparation for the Sacrament is rigorous, but rewarding. All confirmed students must take Faithful Life, which is a prep course that reviews …

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It was the final round! Softball Senior Night was the last senior night of the 2016-2017 school year. The evening was filled with teal and orange balloons, face paint, and cute hair ribbons. A large crowd of ND seniors came out with colorful posters and balloons for their friends. Family members also attended the game …

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The word ban, by definition, means to “officially or legally prohibit”. On January 27, 2017, Donald Trump issued an executive order to ban all Muslims from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen for 120 days. People from those countries are not allowed to enter the United States and many of them have been …

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      On February 1st of 2017, over six thousand women adjoined at the San Jose Convention Center for the Watermark Conference for Women, a day made complete by incredible keynote speakers, productive sessions and enough inspiration to motivate every woman in attendance. This year was the third annual conference hosted by Watermark, all with …

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On January 21, hundreds of thousands of people gathered in all 50 states of the U.S. to protest any and all negativity that the new Trump administration has brought about. Do not let the name fool you––the Women’s March was not just about women, and neither did just women show up. From climate change and …

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After waiting nearly two years, fans of the popular BBC show Sherlock are more excited than ever to watch the brand new episodes of a new season. Yes, Sherlock is finally back with its fourth season, and nothing could have made the start of 2017 better than this. The short but thrilling trailers have done …

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On Wednesday December 14th, Notre Dame students partook in the annual Hour of Code. Whether they were facilitating or participating, the students gained new coding experience that they will later apply in their lives. The Hour of Code is an hour of introduction to computer programming. Over 180 countries participate in this event that educates …

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