On Monday, January 30 at 5 pm in Jordan Auditorium, Shark Tank’s very own KEVIN O’LEARY is coming to campus!
Three lucky student teams will be picked to pitch their ventures at this event. To determine those who will be invited to pitch LIVE at our Swimming with the Sharks event, we are...
The Family Justice Center is a rape crisis and domestic violence shelter offering protective order services, a 24-hour hotline, Hospital accompaniment along with providing follow-up exams, and counseling, among other services.
Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday Closed
533 North Niles Avenue…
This Spring, I had the chance to sit down with Scott Malpass, Chief Investment Officer of the University of Notre Dame. During our discussion, I asked him a few questions about the Endowment, how it functions, its Socially Responsible Investing (SRI) policies, and its views on divestment strategies with a...
In their first of two reports to the University’s Board of Trustees, student government leaders on Oct. 15 presented a report on the current state of sexual violence at Notre Dame and how the University can further work to solve the issue.
Student government compiled its new research and recommendations on mental health in a memo to the University Board of Trustees.
On Sept. 29, seven months after originally announcing it as a part of their campaign platform, student body president and vice president Bryan Ricketts and Nidia Ruelas unveiled Onward, an online forum for students to submit and vote on ideas, loosely-based on social media sites Reddit and Yik Yak.
Student government has worked with auxiliary services and Centerplate — the concessions vendor in the stadium — to create new options for students on game day, including lower soft drink prices and combination deals.
Last night, student body president Bryan Ricketts and vice president Nidia Ruelas led a prayer service at the Grotto due to the recent recurring appearance of crime alert emails in every Notre Dame student’s inbox. This past weekend, Notre Dame Security Police (NDSP) sent two out emails reporting three separate allegations...
At the last Senate of the 2014-2015 Student Government term, President Lauren Vidal delivered her final State of the Union address, detailing the accomplishments of this year's team.
Read the full text here: State of the Union…
Whats Happening in Student Government this Week 1/26-2/2
1. Town Hall
On February 16th, there will be a Town Hall Meeting in Debartolo 101 at 8:00 PM. Students can openly ask Father Jenkins, Vice President Dr. Affleck-Graves and Provost Tom Burish questions. There will be a reception afterwards. We encourage...
4 Things Happening in Student Government this week from December 8, 2014 to Decemeber 14, 2014
4 Things going on in Student Government this Week 11-16-2014
Concerned about issues in South Bend? Want to the student voice to be heard in city discussions?
Mayor Pete Buttigieg is hosting his 1st Mayor’s Night Out Event on October 30th from 5:30-7:30pm. Everyone is invited to attend to discuss ways to improve the city. This event is specifically focused on the 4th District, which...
ND students: We remind you to be safe at all times both on and off campus. One of the best ways to ensure safe travel off campus is to take a cab with friends or other students. We encourage you to stay together, stay vigilant, and stay informed.
Three awesome things Student Government is working on this week, October 5th to October 12th.
4 Things Student Government has been working on throughout the week 9/21-9/27
On Wednesday evening in the ballroom of LaFortune, concerned members of the student body gathered to listen, ask questions, and raise concerns to a panel of representatives from different law enforcement bodies that protect the students at Notre Dame.
The panel was comprised of representatives from the St. Joseph County...
4 Things Student Government has been working on throughout the week 9/8-9/14
5 Things Student Government has been working on throughout the week 9/1-9/7
On Wednesday evening, members of Student Government Senate - comprised of dorm representatives and students from other governing bodies - met with Dean Hugh Page, Dean of First Year Studies. This meeting was to discuss the changes to the Physical Education program that will be implemented in 2015.