Out of the Office: March Out

By Rasmus Jorgensen

This week's Magazine Classic is a recent favorite, republished in honor of band camp week at Notre Dame: a new student from Denmark experiencing the marching band March Out for the first time.

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Soundings: Orientation time

By Kerry Temple ’74

This weekend, a new crop of freshmen — along with their parents and a fleet of overstuffed minivans — will arrive on campus for their meticulously engineered orientation. When I landed alone in South Bend 48 years ago, things were a little different.

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Legacy of a siege

By Robert Schmuhl ’70

The 1968 Democratic Convention is primarily remembered for its violent protests, but it also has a larger legacy: ushering in the era of the Washington outsider in presidential politics.

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