New Locations for Campus Resources

New Locations for Campus Resources

Many centers, services and facilities have moved around campus this summer. Here are some of the new places as well as new features. Career Services Center The Career Services Center moved from the Connelly Center to the top floor of the Clara Fritzsche Library. Having the center located with the library now is a good fit for the college community. According […]

A Campus Embassy for Minorities

A Campus Embassy for Minorities

Notre Dame College is advancing its multicultural campus experience with a first Scholars of Color program. Traditionally named “Black Scholars,” Scholars of Color has relaunched this semester at the College to give undergraduates and graduate students, as well as faculty and staff, of all ethnicities opportunities to learn from and make connections with each other. […]

The Official Falcon’s Nest Comes to NDC

The Official Falcon’s Nest Comes to NDC

If students, staff and faculty missed the grand opening of the student center, now is their chance to experience the entertaining, social atmosphere and relaxation of the new and improved Falcons’ Nest! Students can also gain experience by working in the Falcons’ Nest. Work-study jobs there are still available. “Students are interested in the job […]

Seniors Take Off

Seniors Take Off

As the year is about come to and end, Notre Dame College seniors are about to move on into the wide world of careers and family. The graduates may have found their spouses here or changed their majors six times and finally found the perfect path. And as they move on, they leave little pieces of themselves behind: […]

Ring the NDC Wedding Bells

Ring the NDC Wedding Bells

Notre Dame College uses Christ the King Chapel for many events throughout the academic year. Events vary from weekly mass, to guest speakers and even NDC choir performances. What many don’t know is that the chapel shines in the summertime in the event of weddings. Ted Steiner, the director of Campus Ministry here at NDC, sat […]

USG President John Santiago Resigns

USG President John Santiago Resigns

John Santiago has decided to resign from being the president of Undergraduate Student Government (USG) to focus on other obligations, according to several sources. While no formal announcement has been made, several students said Santiago told them directly he was planning to resign his position and that he did so earlier this semester. The printed […]

Paintball Comes to NDC

Paintball Comes to NDC

Notre Dame College Falcon Activities Board hosted paintball for the first time, and roughly 85 students had to sign waivers before playing. The Phantom Entertainment Company provided sweatpants, long-sleeved shirts, face protection, neck guards, gloves, a blow-up arena and, of course, paintball guns. “Though the guns had a low PSI [pounds per square inch] and […]

Notre Dame College Hosts Cyber Security Presentation

Notre Dame College Hosts Cyber Security Presentation

Recently, Special Agent Barry Spencer, of the Cleveland Federal Bureau of Investigation came to speak to the Notre Dame College Community on how to raise awareness of cyber security threats. Cyber security is a big deal in today’s society. More than 1,200 social media users are hacked per day in Northeast Ohio. Many of them […]

Read All About the Stall Street Journal

Read All About the Stall Street Journal

The Notre Dame College Counseling Center is providing their newest product called the “The Stall Street Journal:” a useful tool students, staff and faculty can enjoy at their leisure. This new and informational publication has arrived on campus in a place that is utilized by almost everyone every day: campus restrooms. The Journal provides information […]

Student Lauren Sandrock: My Weight Loss Story

Student Lauren Sandrock: My Weight Loss Story

Lauren Sandrock, a junior, participates in Track and Field at Notre Dame College. Since Sandrock’s freshman year, she has lost a total of 40 pounds of fat and gained 15 pounds of muscle. Her secret is staying active. Her go-to is lifting weights. “I’ve always loved to lift, but I never truly realized how much […]