A Mini-Tour of the "Dunc"

Author: Lisa von Werder

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The Duncan Student Center, or the Dunc* for short, is one of the newest additions to Notre Dame’s ever-growing list of good study spots. It’s one of the three buildings from the Campus Crossroads project, and is most likely the one that sees the most traffic on a day-to-day basis. If I had actual stats I could confirm this, but for now, just take my word for it.…

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My #NDJourney - My Forgotten Option

Author: Lisa von Werder

Unlike many others who had been planning to attend Notre Dame for ages, I didn’t officially make my final college decision until literally the last minute. I just didn’t feel confident enough about any of my options—but somewhere in the back of my mind, I had made my decision as soon as I visited campus. …

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Countdown to Early Action: 4 Ways to Get Around Campus

Author: Lisa von Werder

Over the course of your academic career at Notre Dame, you’ll find yourself traversing the beautiful campus to get to classes, meetings, events, or simply to take a break from studying. While we call 1,265 acres "home," the campus actually isn’t overwhelmingly large, and there are several ways to get where you need to go—just plan ahead to make sure you get there on time!…

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As If by Design

Author: Lisa von Werder

I have a confession to make. A few weeks ago, I skipped watching the home football game and all the festivities that went with it.

 

Instead, I went to the Snite Museum to write a short paper on a piece in the Decorative Arts exhibit, and then I went to Riley Hall to work on casting plaster molds of a clay ant and a plastic heart. Such is the life of an art student at Notre Dame.…

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