Presidential politics now: ND students invisibly engaged

By Mary Kate Malone '08

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Curious about the interest of Notre Dame students in the presidential primaries, political science Professor David Campbell decided to broach the subject over lunch with a few of his students in South Dining Hall.

“Are students talking about the elections when they’re not in class? Do they care?” he asked them.…

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Just Doing It

By Mary Kate Malone '08

Knee-deep in the streams of southeastern Alaska. Poring over Thoreau in Hesburgh Library. Examining consumer behavior in the marketplace. Monitoring water quality in Uganda. These are all research projects of undergraduates at Notre Dameā€”and it’s just a sample of the varied topics being examined by students in nearly every field of study.

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Echoes: Commencements through history

By Mary Kate Malone '08

For area residents who might want a glimpse of the celebrities and dignitaries gathering on campus in the middle of May, Notre Dame’s commencement has become a tough ticket. As the magazine’s student intern Mary Kate Malone reported back in 2008, it wasn’t always so.

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