Keep Calm & Lip-Sync

Keep Calm & Lip-Sync

Five student teams competed for the golden microphone, not an athletics trophy, when Notre Dame College Student Engagement presented its first  Lip Sync Battle in the Regina Auditorium. The evening of simulated music performances began with a pre-event that rallied the college formal athletics award ceremony, the FESPYs, featuring yummy appetizers and a red carpet […]

Senior Bucket Lists Before Graduation

Senior Bucket Lists Before Graduation

Notre Dame College seniors have some traditional outside-of-class achievements they may want to complete before they graduate. Along with goals they need to reach to prepare for their futures, students have access to some experiences only available on this campus. This is a Notre Dame senior specific list. Campus Bucket List Bria Bennett, whose major is political justice, has a goal […]

Partyin’ with Penny

Partyin’ with Penny

Notre Dame College’s own furry friend, Penny, celebrated her very first birthday with students and staff, on St. Patrick’s Day. Jerry Hayes, the director of Counseling Center at the college (and Penny’s owner), conducted a celebration for the pup’s big day. With photo opportunities, food and even free goodies, the bash earned Penny some new […]

The Case of the Missing Zagster Bikes

The Case of the Missing Zagster Bikes

At the beginning of the fall 2015 semester, Notre Dame College decided to provide rental bikes for students as a way of getting around, and enjoying all that the area around them has to offer. But the Zagsters aren’t around any more. They seem to have recently gone missing and are nowhere to be found outside […]

Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow: Commencement Ceremony Split in Two

Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow: Commencement Ceremony Split in Two

On May 7, 2016 the undergraduate class will celebrate their commencement for a second time in two separate ceremonies. The two groups of graduates once again will be divided into Group A and Group B. Group A will consist of students in the Business Administration and the Arts and Humanities divisions. Group B will contain graduates in the divisions of Science […]

Are ink heads angry?! Or unemployable?

Are ink heads angry?! Or unemployable?

Recent studies have shown that people with tattoos tend to be more angry than people without them. There has also been a correlation between gender in some research that stated women with tats seem to be more angry than men with ink. Whether the body art affects job prospects is also up for debate. Ink equals aggression […]

Four First Year Seminar Classes Learn Through Service

Four First Year Seminar Classes Learn Through Service

Four First Year Seminar Humanities classes are embarking on a hands-on service-learning experiences, based on the issue of homelessness. These classes are dealing with a “pressing social issue”, according to Dr. Louise Prochaska, who is the Professor of Theology and Women’s Studies. Students in theses classes had the opportunity to see this social issue first […]

Calling All Falcon Music Lovers

Calling All Falcon Music Lovers

During the 2015 fall semester, Notre Dame College started offering interested students one-on-one instrumental, piano and voice lessons for 1 full credit. And the sessions, which are for those who are not involved in music and those who already are, do more than get students one credit closer to a degree. “Regardless of background or future plans in music, private lessons provide the student with one-on-one instruction […]

The IO Hawk Comes to Campus

The IO Hawk Comes to Campus

It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No, it’s the IO Hawk. You read that correctly. An Intelligent Personal Mobility Device. Several students on campus are riding a two-wheel rechargeable innovation that many are starting to see either in their dorms or around on campus. Kendal Jackson, a junior and is majoring in psychology, has been one of the […]

Masquerade Madness

Masquerade Madness

This year, Notre Dame College will be throwing a dance in celebration of its exciting homecoming week, which will take place the first weekend of October. Following the annual homecoming football game, a unique homecoming dance will start later in the evening. It will feature a breath-taking masquerade theme, which will take over the Regina Gym. […]

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