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FCC is a group of 30 bright-eyed, charismatic individuals chosen by you and your peers to represent the Class of 2022. Through programming events and managing class affairs, the council works to both unify the Freshman class and make campus a bit brighter for all Notre Dame students.
InsideND’s GPS, or Graduation Progress System, is an asset provided by our university that many students find particularly helpful in managing their studies. The GPS is a personalized degree audit tool that is used to track your unique progress towards the completion of your college education.
Do you have trouble starting your work? Do you procrastinate because of how long it takes for you to get started on an assignment? Do simple tasks cause you to spend hours in the study room? Here are three ways to maximize your efficiency in doing schoolwork.
You are now halfway through your first year, and the money your grandma slipped you before saying goodbye has probably been spent at the bookstore, the mall, or on Eddy Street. You’ve been burning the plastic on your Ir1sh ID Card at TBell, Starbucks, the huddle, and many other on-campus eateries....
It’s that time of year again! Time for us to figure out the most common names of the first year class. Last year we had plenty of saint names, will this year continue the trend? Without further ado, here are the names you are most likely to find in the...
Fighting Irish Media (FIM) student workers receive real-world work experience in areas including live event production, feature writing, recap writing, social media, graphic design, and statistical analysis.
Students will use DART to register for Fall 2018. The DART Application To check your registration status, holds, and time ticket, log into insideND and search “registration.” The icon “DART Registration- Status and Holds” will appear in the search results. Click on the icon to continue.…
When Krystal Hardy Allen ‘07, founder of K. Allen Consulting, LLC and an alumna of the Balfour-Hesburgh Scholars Program, spoke to the Shades of Ebony student group on March 19th during the 5th Annual Women’s Week 2018, she emphasized the importance of community to success both at Notre Dame and beyond....
Grammy and Tony award winner Duncan Sheik, the composer of Broadway musicals Spring Awakening and American Psycho, will visit Notre Dame on Thursday, April 5th.
Introducing a new series! Follow Patrick Johnson '21 through a day in the life of a first-year student, starting his day at 10 AM and ending it at 4 AM.
Monday, February 26th, marks the semifinal round of one of Notre Dame’s oldest traditions, the Men’s Boxing Club’s 88th Annual Bengal Bouts Boxing Championships.
Operating seven nights a week, Zaland swings its parlor door open for all weary travelers. Keenan Hall boasts the best pizza in Za-land!
Keon, a class of 2017 alum, tells his stories of struggles and successes as a biology pre-med intent.
The Moreau First Year Experience invites applications to the Moreau Student Advisory Council.
Bienvenue, mes amis! As Charles the Great, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, said, “To have another language is to possess a second soul.” Neurologists, language instructors, and bilinguists all agree that the best method in facilitating fluency in any tongue is through constant practice. So then, why not practice...
First Year advisors help students with letters of recommendation for a wide variety of applications, from summer study abroad to fellowships and internships. Their tips for getting letters of rec from them are good guidelines to follow with anyone you might ask for a recommendation in the future.
Everyone knows that effective study skills are crucial to a successful college experience, but finding ways to study that work can be difficult. Professor Nancy Michael, shares her perspective on the what really works when it comes to studying.
As a first-year student, regardless of major, you are bound to take lecture classes. In lecture classes, professors present course material to large audiences of students. Although it may seem fairly straightforward, with a large class comes new opportunities and new challenges.