For decades, a couple have been the unofficial parents for many Black students at Notre Dame. This year, that family is scattered, reflecting on the year’s crises.
His dazzling play at Notre Dame, a Hall of Fame Career with the Green Bay Packers, matinee-idol looks and a playboy image made him a national celebrity in the ’50s and ’60s.
The university’s president promised strict punishments for students who break virus protocols. But his credibility on campus is wearing thin.
In “Trust,” the wunderkind politician underscores the importance of what he calls “overlapping circles of belonging.”
Two new studies show the effect of the emergency $2 trillion package known as the Cares Act and what happened when the money ran out.
As Judge Barrett’s confirmation hearings are set to begin, her background and résumé mark a stark departure from more traditional nominees to the Supreme Court.
Students and faculty are furious that the Rev. John I. Jenkins failed to wear a mask at a White House ceremony and then later tested positive for the virus.
Judge Amy Coney Barrett is regarded as the leading contender to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
After 147 people tested positive for the coronavirus, the school said it would shift to remote instruction for two weeks and send students home if cases continue to grow.
As universities announce plans to bring back students, a pattern is emerging: shorter semesters to avoid late-fall infections.
The university said on Monday that the fall semester will begin and end earlier than usual, without breaks, to minimize the chances for students to bring the coronavirus back to campus.
There are nearly 30 games scheduled for neutral sites in the coming season. Financially, they become somewhat untenable if the coronavirus forces them to go without fans.