In honor of Valentine's Day, two writers shared with us their Notre Dame love stories. The first considers a relationship in its challenging, character-building winter phase — two years spent living thousands of miles apart.
Think you have to go to an East Coast school to study journalism with a Pulitzer finalist just blocks from the White House? Think again.
My ancestors left Ireland to find a better life for their descendants. By moving to Dublin after college and walking on the same ground where they tread, I like to imagine I was fulfilling their wildest dreams.
In this first of a series of student-written pieces on the stresses and anxieties of college student life, the writer notes that his old coping strategies didn’t quite prepare him for senior year. “My conscious self didn’t know how to process it,” he writes. “So my unconscious self filled in the gaps.”