Archive for January, 2016

Returning students share reflections from time abroad

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Alyssa Bryan ‘17 Major: Political Science Hometown: Chagrin Falls, OH Tours, France While we were in France, some of us from the Davidson group spent an evening drinking wine and eating cheese and chocolate on the Seine, a river right next to Notre Dame. The view was absolutely stunning, andRead More

SGA hopes new bylaws bring more student invovlement

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Olive Daniels Staff Writer The Student Government Association finished updating its bylaws at the beginning of the semester, a project that was initiated in October 2015 to improve the impact of student voices on SGA decisions. The process of revision began during the fall semester when, following an SGA retreatRead More

Performance artist reflects on a life of gay rights activism

Performance artist reflects on a life of gay rights activism

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AJ Naddaff Staff Writer Internationally-acclaimed performance artist Tim Miller has spent his lifetime fighting for a just and equitable society for the gay community. Miller performed snippets of his life’s journey in the Lilly Family Gallery late Monday afternoon for an audience of mainly Gender and Sexuality Studies students. EnglishRead More

Armfield and Belk lounges converted to residences for returning students

Armfield and Belk lounges converted to residences for returning students

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Steffaney Wood Senior Staff Writer In order to accommodate all students who wanted to live on-campus this semester, the Residence Life Office (RLO) converted community lounge spaces in the Armfield apartment building and Belk Hall into private rooms. The College has about 1,740 beds available on campus and 1,950 enrolledRead More

Lankiewiecz sets sights high for self and team in junior season

Lankiewiecz sets sights high for self and team in junior season

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Ian Robertson Staff Writer In any sport defined objectively by concrete distances and race times, unwavering consistency and commitment are staples of long-term success. In high-level Division I competitive swimming, it is one’s work ethic, not just his or her natural ability, that ultimately propels an athlete to the nextRead More