Season of Service: Residence Hall Communities Celebrate the Holidays by Giving Back

Author: Shannon Rooney

Notre Dame Christmas Tree

'Tis the season for good works and Notre Dame residence hall communities in particular have spent the last few months on a variety of service projects in the local community.

Each residence hall works throughout the year on behalf of its signature charity or charities, making a difference through fundraisers and programming. During the holidays, the halls focus on fun activities that bring residents together in unique ways to serve people in need.…

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Notre Dame Admits 1,636 Early Action Applicants to the Class of 2022

Author: Shannon Rooney

Admissions counselorsAdmissions counselors congratulate the newest members of the Class of 2022.

Notre Dame’s 6,598 Restrictive Early Action (REA) applicants were notified this week of their admission decisions. Reflecting national trends, restrictive early action applications were up year over year. The University admitted 1,636 applicants to the Class of 2022, welcoming students of exceptional academic merit, with records of service and demonstrated leadership, to the Notre Dame family.…

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Research in Europe: Students Study Abroad with Support from the Nanovic Institute for European Studies

Author: Shannon Rooney

Nicolle HoNicolle Ho '18 conducted research in France.

“Un cafe, s’il vous plaît.”

Senior Nicolle Ho brought home this useful phrase, in addition to an impressive body of academic research, gained over several study abroad experiences in France.

Ho, an Applied Computational Mathematics and Statistics major with a minor in European Studies, says she first became interested in France and European Studies after her first French language courses at Notre Dame.…

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