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2020 Mock Election Results

2020 Mock Election Results

In order to gauge the voting preferences of the student body, Student Government and ND Votes co-sponsored a mock presidential election today, Monday, November 2nd. Polls were open from 7:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. All votes were gathered via Google Forms, and all student responses remain anonymous. By popular vote,...

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How to be an Advocate for Racial Justice

How to be an Advocate for Racial Justice

Demanding Justice for Jacob Blake and Trayford Pellerin and Showing Solidarity with the March on Washington   Click here to view our resource guide.   In 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and addressed a crowd of marchers with words that would...

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Message to the Student Body

Message to the Student Body

Dear Notre Dame, In our welcome message on the first day of classes, we emphasized the necessity for each of us to exercise the utmost responsibility in all of our actions this semester and recognize the moral obligation in front of us. With the recent exponential growth in cases, it...

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2020 FUEL Applications Now Being Accepted

2020 FUEL Applications Now Being Accepted

Applications for the 2020 FUEL class are now being accepted. FUEL is a selective First Year-only organization that provides an opportunity for students to develop leadership skills and become involved in Student Government. Members will work together as a body, and will also be expected to sit on one of...

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Welcome Back Message on the First Day of Class

Welcome Back Message on the First Day of Class

Dear Notre Dame, Welcome back to campus and happy first day of class!  We write to you at what will prove to be one of the most unique semesters of our University’s 178-year history. We face a challenge that has not been faced before, but we meet it as one...

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Statement on Pride Month and Commitment to the LGBTQ+ Community

Statement on Pride Month and Commitment to the LGBTQ+ Community

As Pride Month draws to a close, we recognize that uplifting and honoring the LGBTQ+ community should not end when June does. Instead, we must continuously amplify the voices, experiences, and successes of individuals who identify as LGBTQ+ both within the Notre Dame community and in the world at large....

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Student Government Commitment to Anti-Racism

Student Government Commitment to Anti-Racism

Over the past few weeks, the deep racial injustices in our nation have been brought to the forefront. As a society, we are feeling tectonic shifts as citizens mobilize and unite against systemic racism. As individuals, many of us have begun to uncover our own implicit biases and take proactive...

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Notre Dame: Unfiltered to take place September 24

Notre Dame: Unfiltered to take place September 24

As part of Race Relations Week, Notre Dame Student Government will be hosting Notre Dame: Unfiltered on Tuesday, September 24 at 7 p.m. in the LaFortune Student Center Ballroom. College has the potential to be the best time of our lives, but everyone faces challenges throughout their four years. Though...

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Race Relations Week to take place September 20 through September 27

Race Relations Week to take place September 20 through September 27

Student Government will be hosting the annual Race Relations Week starting Friday, September 20 through Friday, September 27.  Race Relations Week is an 8-day-long effort to foster meaningful dialogue about race in all of its facets, in the Notre Dame context and beyond, for every member of the University of...

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Third Annual Flick on the Field to take place August 30

Third Annual Flick on the Field to take place August 30

Student Government is happy to announce the Third Annual Flick on the Field will take place on Friday, August 30, 2019 at 7:30PM in Notre Dame Stadium. This year the 1993 classic film Rudy will be shown on the stadium video board. The event is open to all members of the community. "Our...

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Student Government announces the publishing of the South Bend Adventure Guide

Student Government announces the publishing of the South Bend Adventure Guide

Today Student Government published the South Bend Adventure Guide.  A new initiative of Student Government, the Fall 2019 South Bend Adventure Guide is a compilation of many things to do in the South Bend area including restaurant suggestions, places to visit, must see events, natural sites to see, and various...

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New York Times Subscription Update

New York Times Subscription Update

We’ve Switched to a Student Body-Wide New York Times Subscription! What’s changed? Student Government has historically provided 120 print copies of the Times per day in each dining hall. With these 120 print copies, the Times offered 120 daily passes for online access, requiring students to sign in and claim...

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