Originally published on: https://al.nd.edu/news/latest-news/internships-in-the-middle-east-and-washington-d-c-shape-pls-majors-career-plan/ Notre Dame senior Sarah Tomas Morgan has always had an interest in global issues. And the College of Arts and Letters has enabled her to explore that passion through her coursework and a variety of international and internship experiences. Coming into her first year, Tomas Morgan intended on majoring in political … Continue reading Internships in the Middle East and Washington, D.C., shape PLS major’s career plan
The summer after his sophomore year, Notre Dame senior J.P. Bruno was packaging maple syrup, taking care of honeybees, and tending to an orchard on a biodynamic farm in Vermont. Three weeks later, he was sitting in the White House, interning for the Council of Economic Advisors (CEA) as part of a semester in the Notre Dame … Continue reading How work on a maple syrup farm, at the White House, and in the classroom prepared J.P. Bruno for a career in economic consulting
In the face of growing drug use and abuse, law enforcement primes to fight back By Teagan Dillon and Joe DiSipio Becky Savage stood in front of a screen displaying the beaming faces of her two sons Nick and Jack as she recounted the day in June 2015 that changed her life. “I am a … Continue reading Addressing the Drug Epidemic in St. Joseph County
The Shamrock Series started in 2009 at the Alamo Dome and became a unique way for Notre Dame to reach its fans across the country. With interesting venues and special uniforms, the Shamrock Series has been a success since the beginning. In 2017, the Irish are taking a break from the Shamrock Series to add … Continue reading Notre Dame Takes Year Off from Shamrock Series
Notre Dame hockey's regular-season average attendance hit its lowest point since the opening of the Compton Family Ice Arena in October 2011. Despite the low turnout, the program is having one of its most successful seasons in years. The fourth-seeded Irish topped both the University of Minnesota and second-seeded UMass Lowell to head to the … Continue reading Notre Dame Hockey Sees Lowest Attendance in 6 Seasons
The craft beer industry is experiencing tremendous growth in the U.S. in recent years. According to the Brewers Association, the craft beer industry now represents 12 percent market share of the total beer market, more than double than what it was in 2011. The following infographic shows where Indiana ranks among the nation in this craft … Continue reading By the Numbers: Indiana Craft Breweries
From the Jules Rimet trophy being found by a dog named Pickles, to the quickest red card earned in World Cup history, take a look back at pictures, videos and offbeat facts relating to one of the most popular sporting events in the world. Click here to view the timeline.