As students scramble to write final papers, study for exams and enjoy the last weeks of the spring semester, Notre Dame’s 2012-2013 student government is already hard at work after entering office April 1.
Target. Visa. Abercrombie & Fitch. Allstate.
Heard of these companies?
They’ve heard of Notre Dame, and they were just a few of more than 130 companies looking to hire students at this year’s Winter Career and Internship Fair.
From schoolwork and service to clubs and co-rec sports, Notre Dame students have a lot on their plates. On top of those notoriously busy schedules, many students seek to strengthen the partnership between Notre Dame and the South Bend community by giving back through service.
Strong bodies fight
ND Minute steps in the ring with the women's boxing club
Jab. Jab. Slip. Jab, punch, left hook. When the members of the women's boxing club at Notre Dame put on their gloves, they hit with a little extra power behind their punch.
The words "Notre Dame" raise echoes from a storied football tradition and a rich campus history – the Golden Dome, football helmets gleaming in the sun as navy jerseys march onto the field, an interlocked ND and a 14-story Jesus raising his arms with the referees on the field to signal a touchdown. However, no icon is more interwoven with the tradition of Notre Dame spirit than the Leprechaun, the official mascot of the Fighting Irish.