Give up or Gain (not Weight) for Lent

Give up or Gain (not Weight) for Lent

It seems as though a lot of Notre Dame College students are giving up the traditional sweets, even soda, for Lent. The Christian season of prayer, fasting, almsgiving runs from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday. “I gave up soda. I want to do better and not drink that stuff anymore. It can be tempting and […]

Cleveland Browns Representative Speaks to Students

Cleveland Browns Representative Speaks to Students

  On Feb. 25, Austin Pavilack came to Notre Dame College to speak to the Sports Management Club about his career path and what it took to get him to the position he is in today. Two months after seniors graduate, not many think they will have a job in a professional sports organization. That […]

USG President has Plans for NDC

USG President has Plans for NDC

At the beginning of the spring 2015 semester, Notre Dame College welcomed the newly elected Undergraduate Student Government (USG) President John Santiago to lead the organization and its cabinet of new officers. Santiago, was previously the treasurer of USG. The student group has since been relaunched. But Santiago wants to carry on some of the […]

Notre Dame College President Gets Involved in Campus Community

Notre Dame College President Gets Involved in Campus Community

President Thomas Kruczek, wants to get to know the members of his newest family, the Notre Dame College community. To help in doing that, he is offering students, staff and faculty the opportunity to meet with him personally and informally in his office. As the new president of the College, he wants to be familiar […]

David Petrovic Shares His Personal Story

David Petrovic Shares His Personal Story

From a young age Notre Dame College student David Petrovic, 21, knew he was different from other children. And his parents knew it too. Petrovic said his mother and father realized he had developmental differences by the time he was 2 years old; he wasn’t reaching important landmarks at the same rate as other boys […]

Game Design Concentration at NDC

Game Design Concentration at NDC

The Notre Dame College Art Department has decided to invest in one of the most lucrative businesses in the entertainment industry, video games. Students who are majoring in graphic design can now add a game design concentration. DFC Intelligence, a market-forecasting agency that specializes in entertainment technologies, expects that the global market for video games […]

Service Committee Collects Winter Clothing for Catholic Worker

Service Committee Collects Winter Clothing for Catholic Worker

Time to round up hats, jackets, blankets and gloves. Notre Dame College is having its annual winter clothing drive. “This is our first winter clothing drive for the service committee in Undergraduate Student Government,” Courtney Neigh, the vice president of service for USG, said. The winter clothing drive is for Catholic Worker located on the […]

Mad Chad’s Chainsaws Please Audience

Mad Chad’s  Chainsaws Please Audience

Mad Chad was nothing short of courageous. He was able to juggle steel balls, bowling pins and even chainsaws. Campus Activities hosted a wonderful event full of laughter, new interactions and a memorable night. “As a Resident Assistant, we were supposed to invite people to this event to get them excited. It was actually a […]

NDC Students Go Greek

NDC Students Go Greek

Some Notre Dame students are going Greek by getting involved with Northeast Ohio-wide chapters of fraternities and sororities, especially a few that have originated at historically black colleges and universities.  Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. and Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. are two examples of Greek organizations. Both started at Howard University in Washington, D.C. They are not tied […]