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Team Irish Award winners honored at Saturday's game

At last Saturday's football game, the Office of the Registrar Academic Course Management team was honored for its work managing the University’s transition from the old Core Curriculum to the new Core Curriculum. (More...)

Campus News 

New dining experience coming to Morris Inn

On Monday (Nov. 4), a five-month renovation project began at the Morris Inn to expand Rohr's. The restaurant will reopen in spring 2020, and will offer a modern tavern concept unique to Notre Dame and South Bend, taking cues from restaurants such as Chicago’s Swift and Sons and Pacific Standard Time and New York City’s Gramercy Tavern. (More...)

Diversity and Inclusion

Navajo code talker Peter MacDonald Sr. 

Join Navajo code talker Peter MacDonald Sr. for a talk about his experience serving in the South Pacific as a Navajo code talker and in North China with the Sixth Marine Division. MacDonald will speak in the Jordan Auditorium at the Mendoza College of Business from 2 to 4 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14. (More...)


The Energy of Innovation

Three years after the University announced the creation of the IDEA Center, we discuss how Notre Dame faculty and students are bridging the gap from innovation to impact. Also, we explore how the University ceased coal use at its power plant, a year ahead of schedule. (More...)

Community News

Alumnus finds himself back at St. Adalbert Catholic School 

Andy Miles ’17, while vice president of Fisher Hall, helped to organize the Fisher Regatta boat race on St. Mary’s Lake. The race helped raise money for St. Adalbert Catholic School, where Andy tutored and taught Sunday school. He’s back there again, this time as a math and science teacher. (More...)


Jason Wilt invested in his health and won $400

The academic records specialist from the Office of the Registrar recently scheduled his health screening and was automatically entered into the weekly Human Resources raffle, which he won. Register for your confidential and free screening and maybe you'll be the next winner! (More...)

University News 

Procurement team works to increase small and diverse suppliers in bidding processes

With the help of several campus partners, the procurement team recently created and is now implementing a Master Subcontracting Plan aimed at increasing the participation of diverse and small businesses in the University’s RFP (request for proposals) process. This process allows businesses to bid on providing supplies or services to various campus departments. (More...)

Meet the new food app on campus

Order from on-campus restaurants, pay with your campus card and pick up your food with campus dining in the GrubHub app. Enjoy $2 off your first on-campus pickup order with the promo code CAMPUS. (More...)


Top 5 dishes at Modern Market

These are the most popular dishes at this restaurant in Duncan Student Center: 1. Basil Chicken Sandwich 2. Chipotle Steak Sandwich 3. Avocado Toast  4. BLT+A Sandwich 5. Margherita Pizza (More...)

Community News

Holiday helpers needed this month!

There may be no better way to get into the holiday spirit than to make the season brighter for those in need. The Center for the Homeless and Hope Ministries have opportunities to prepare, serve and/or deliver Thanksgiving dinner. The Salvation Army, meanwhile, needs toy drive volunteers at Walmart's South Bend and Mishawaka locations this Saturday, Nov. 9. (More...)
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