Other posts tagged: Notre Dame
Young Voters: Exercising My Freedom To Not Vote
I am a self-proclaimed under-informed potential voter and, until I know all the facts and have a clear idea of who I would like to see in office, I will refrain from casting my vote. I only hope that four years from now I will be more than ready.
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Undefeated Season: A Case for Notre Dame
If there's one thing I know about football, it's that defense wins championships. And Notre Dame, which is giving up fewer than 10 points per game, has one of the best defenses in the nation.
, Fighting Irish, josh walfish, Manti Te'o, national championship, NCAA football, nextgen, Notre Dame,
The Irish Make Their Own Luck: Notre Dame’s Unlikely Journey to 6-0
Those who had been brave enough to tough out the freezing rain on a cold, gray October day in South Bend were treated to arguably one of the greatest games in Notre Dame history.
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Surgical Masks and Swimming Goggles: The Athens Protests Firsthand
What struck me most about the protests is that before, after, and during them, life goes on. People get tired of standing in a mob in front of Parliament and go back to work, home to watch TV or to a café to meet with friends. A quick shower, and the tear gas is forgotten.
, Angela Merkel, Athens, Austerity, Ben Eichler, Eurozone crisis, Greece, nextgen, Notre Dame, study abroad,
“Pretty Amazing” Winner Uses Soccer to Empower Young Women
Seventeen Magazine's "Pretty Amazing" award winner Lindsay Brown is using her passion for soccer to help empower young women around the world, both on and off the field.
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Notre Dame Is Joining the ACC, And It’s The Right Move
Like it or not, football independence is the product of a world long gone. Notre Dame needed to start playing by at least some of the rules by quasi-joining a football conference, or run the risk of being entirely irrelevant in the future.
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Why Rick Reilly Was Wrong About Notre Dame Football
Under a cold, gray October sky there are now only frustrated Notre Dame football fans, waiting for the time when the fabled Four Horsemen will return to wreak Conquest, War, Famine and Death on other college football programs.
, football, Mike Trivells, nextgen, Notre Dame, Notre Dame football, Notre Dame irrelvant, Rick Reilly Notre Dame, SPORTS,
Please Let Me Out of the Closet
We currently live in a society where a non-heterosexual relationship or lifestyle is still considered “alternative." I believe that these cultural norms, and more importantly, the institution of the closet, are detrimental to the fight for equality for LGBTQ people.
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