This week 175 years ago, the state of Indiana granted Notre Dame its educational charter — a document that Fr. Sorin predicted would be among "the most precious monuments" held by the body that composed this story: the University of Notre Dame Archives.
Our latest dispatch from the University Archives recalls a Christmas celebration 50 years ago, in the early days of Notre Dame International.
With North Dining Hall preparing for its annual Thanksgiving feast, our latest dispatch from the University Archives gives us a peek into Notre Dame's holiday menus of years past — and recounts the year that Thanksgiving was almost celebrated twice.
This month, the University Archives team takes a page from Shakespeare's book — with some light alterations.
Our latest dispatch from the University Archives team tackles the steps of Main Building — and when exactly you're allowed to use them.
A rare recording of Flannery O'Connor reading her most famous short story — made 61 years ago this month on the author's first visit to Notre Dame — is the latest installment in our series dedicated to the University of Notre Dame Archives.
The latest in our new series dedicated to the highlights of the University of Notre Dame Archives deals with a uniquely Irish-American artifact.
The eyeglasses of Notre Dame's legendary founder kick off our new series dedicated to the highlights of the University of Notre Dame Archives.