In a stunning twist of fate, yet another University policy has affected the Judicial Council elections for the 2018-2019 school year. Read the latest (completely non-satirical) scoop here:
North Dining Hall isn't all it's cracked up to be. Read the inside scoop here, straight from Scholastic's humor section:
Congratulations to the Notre Dame Women's Basketball Team on their national championship victory! Shoutout to Scholastic writer David Korzeniowski, who predicted Arike Ogunbowale's pivotal role in the final games of the tournament:
Our March issue, featuring our cover story on diversity and inclusion efforts on Notre Dame's campus, is out today! Stories will be in print on stands across campus, and on scholastic.nd.edu.
This is the final issue produced by the current staff; the April issue will be the first of the next.
Cover by Erin Reily.
"There is a certain fetishization of refugee suffering, one which revels in collecting the most horrifying stories and photos, and in doing so denies refugees the entirety of their humanity. These one-dimensional characterizations create a dehumanizing divide between Them and Us, one which eventually allows for those larger misperceptions of fear and terrorism to take hold by establishing a simple and fatal concept: that refugees are not just like us," Andrea Vale writes.
"Debunking the 'Rhetoric of Fear,'" detailing her experiences at the Baobab Refugee Camp in Rome, is up on scholastic.nd.edu now.
“This October, A.J. Pollock, Notre Dame outfielder from 2007-2009, had the opportunity to do something millions of kids dream of — play in the MLB postseason.”
After the Trump administration overhauled the Affordable Care Act, Notre Dame was the first to take advantage of the opportunity to deny students and faculty birth control coverage. Now they’re fighting back.
Fr. Sorin’s slightly less famous younger brother, Chandler, is attempting to make a name for himself by staking his haunting claim over the Stepan Center. #humor
A profile of retired Holy Cross priest Fr. Joseph Tate, C.S.C., whose childhood grapple with polio led to him tell others’ stories of illness, pain, and overwhelming faith.
Meet Mary Pat Hackett, an alumna, adjunct professor, and perhaps soon-to-be congresswoman.
In the wake of Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos’ announcement that her department would be rescinding Obama-era Title IX guidance, Executive Editor Andrea Vale explores the letter written by students asking Notre Dame to say no.
Rev. JayJay I. Jaykins, C.S.C. (not to be confused with Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C.) scores a coveted role - and then all of the other roles - in the summer’s most hotly anticipated live-action remake. #humor
Managing Editor Joe DiSipio explores the recently-declared opioid emergency by starting only miles away from campus.