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Wednesday, May 29, 2024
The Observer



Late nights in Hesburgh Library


Spending late nights in Hesburgh Library, writing a procrastinated essay due the next morning, is one of the core experiences of a Notre Dame humanities student.


A lesson in electoral success


Nathan Desautels defends the College Republicans of Notre Dame's revocation of Senator Todd Young's endorsement, reasserting its support for former President Donald Trump.


I am not a stupid American


America may have its multitude of problems, Viewpoint columnist Gracie Eppler writes, but at least it is a place where anyone can feel like they belong.

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Politics: A war of words or dignified discussion


The biggest barrier to productive political discussion isn’t the fact that we disagree, but rather how we act when we disagree. In her most recent article, Ainsley Hillman discusses the importance of imbuing dignity into our language — an endeavor undertaken by BridgeND’s most recent collaboration with the Dignity Index.


Such is life


There is something liberating about accepting the tragedies of life with so few words.