In this Inside Column, New Writer Editor Liam Price writes about the lessons he learned when he got his bike stolen.
In a digitized, global world, Columnist Kat Regala reflects on her relationship to language ahead of her Chilean study abroad program.
In his final Inside column, Andrew Marciano discusses the experiences over the past four years at Notre Dame that shaped him into the person he is today, with a Taylor Swift twist.
Viewpoint columnist Lara Novaes Victor explores the parallels between Robinson Crusoe's fear of the unknown footprint and Brazilians' pervasive anxiety rooted in historical political and economic uncertainties, questioning the nation's trajectory towards stability.
Outdoor study is out; windowless bunkers are in: ride out the South Bend winter in these distraction-free campus study spaces!
As homeless encampments continue to emerge in major American cities, public discontent surrounding homelessness policy has grown. In BridgeND’s most recent article, Leah Moody discusses how some communities, despite opposition, are continuing to utilize the Housing First model.
As Joy Agwu approaches 22, she considers the overarching lesson of Meg Jay's The Defining Decade and reflects on the value of planning for a future that is ultimately uncertain.
Fr. Jenkins has been announced as this year’s Commencement speaker. While we respect the priest and academic who led our University for the last 19 years, we believe there is value in having someone from outside of the University speak to our graduating class.