The Guitar Lesson

The Guitar Lesson

As a senior at Notre Dame College, I have spent the last four years of my life here. I came in as a freshman and am graduating as a four-year senior, which let’s face it, is terrifying and exciting all at the same time. But what I really wanted to talk about is the one […]

Internships are the New Orange

Internships are the New Orange

As I am approaching the end of my college career, I think back on the last four years and realize that it went almost as fast as the Dragster at Cedar Point. When I started my freshman year at Notre Dame, I was pretty clueless about what I wanted to do with my so-called “life.” […]

Falcon Food Fight

Falcon Food Fight

Notre Dame College hosted a bonfire during homecoming in substitution for a formal pep-rally. It turned into a food fight. Students ended up throwing marshmallows at each other, and especially at the band. They successfully got one of the treats stuck in a tuba during our performance. At least the marshmallow wasn’t hot and melted. But as a member of […]

Undecided Can Be Exciting

Undecided Can Be Exciting

College can be tricky. Some students at Notre Dame are first year or first generation college students. Everyone adjusts to a new environment differently. When students take this first step into the next chapter of their lives, they may have a solid idea of what they want to do, while many other students are undecided. To […]

Sara’s Final Take: Four Years Down, A Lifetime Yet to Go

Sara’s Final Take: Four Years Down, A Lifetime Yet to Go

This is my last ever college newspaper article. It’s a strange thing to think about, being done with school. When you do something nearly every day for 18 years of your life, it goes past being habitual. Being a student is part of who you are. Learning new things every day becomes something you get […]