USG 2015 Election Results

The new representatives elected for the Undergraduate Student Government are figuring out what their future plans will be for the student body. New president, John Santiago, was unavailable to comment to provide additional information. The other, newly elected members are as follows: Parliamentarian Celine Mangan Treasurer Maria Revello Vice President of Responsibility Malik Grove Vice […]

President Offers Office Hours to Students

President Kruczek is hosting “office hours” every Monday from 2-4 p.m. to speak one-on-one with students as well as faculty and staff. “If you’ve got something you’d like to discuss, maybe a suggestion or a concern or a question,  I’m here to listen,” Kruczek said in an email. Each conversation is limited to 20 minutes. Students can sign up with April […]

New ID Badges Improve Security

Notre Dame College is improving security on campus through the use of new and improved identification badges. This summer Notre Dame Chief of Police Jeffrey Scott came up with a new design for the I.D.s to stay current with advancements in technology “This is for everyone’s safety. That is why we do it,” Scott said. […]

USG Under New Management

The Notre Dame College Undergraduate Student Government (USG) is being restructured. With new appointments, new positions and a new budget process, the overall composition of USG will be able to operate more smoothly and be able to serve students with better efficacy, according to Karl Rishe, dean of students. Last year, the group was trying […]

Technology Literacy Center Moves to New Library Space

The Center for Technology Literacy has moved and upgraded its space, with an improved layout that will facilitate the services the center provides. The Center for Technology Literacy has moved from Room 208 in the Administration Building to the old Academic Support Center space, located on the second floor of the Clara Fritzsche Library. The […]

Award-winning Actress’s Mother Talks Cancer, Education in Africa

Award-winning Actress’s Mother Talks Cancer, Education in Africa

  Notre Dame College recently hosted a lecture sponsored by International Partners in Mission (IPM) whose guest speaker was Dorothy Nyong’o, the mother of Academy Award-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o from the film 12 Years a Slave. The reason for the lecture was for Nyong’o to inform attendees of her Africa Cancer Foundation (ACF) as well […]

Senior Invents App, Wins Grant, Creates Company

Senior Invents App, Wins Grant, Creates Company

  An aging population fearing Alzheimer’s disease may find support caring for patients with a Notre Dame College student’s new invention using social media devices. Ian Dawson is a fifth-year senior creating the invention focused on the care and monitoring of Alzheimer’s patients. His groundbreaking approach has the potential to forever change the way people […]

College to Ticket for Texting

College to Ticket for Texting

At Notre Dame College, signs that warn students’ against texting and driving have been up in the parking lot since last semester, but campus police are still observing students on their phones while they are at the wheel. Hence, the police have recently started ticketing students for texting and driving to keep campus safe. College […]