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The student newspaper of Notre Dame, Saint Mary's and Holy Cross

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    Iron & Wine is an indie folk pseudonym for singer-songwriter Samuel Beam. Over six studio albums and several more EPs, Iron & Wine has demonstrated poetic and harmonic perfection. It is the type of music you might find yourself listening to in times of great happiness and great sorrow. The blend of nostalgia and bliss

    The post Iron & Wine’s ‘Weed Garden’ EP is an effortless treasure appeared first on The Observer.


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    The use of Latinx is intended as a gender-neutral term. It is also used in contrast to Hispanics as a way to encompass anyone from Latin American origin or ancestry. It is in no way meant to offend anyone. Although not the official term, Latinxs is used as the plurality form of Latinx. The celebration

    The post A message from the Latinx community appeared first on The Observer.


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    Tomorrow, audience members at Kristin Chenoweth’s sold-out show at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, “An Intimate Evening with Kristin Chenoweth,” will expect a performance full of Chenoweth’s characteristic charm and impressive vocals. What might surprise some ticket-holders is that eight student artists will also accompany Chenoweth for a few songs, in a rare opportunity for the

    The post Student artists to perform with Kristin Chenoweth at DeBartolo Performing Arts Center appeared first on The Observer.


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    As Notre Dame begins its fall season Thursday, they’ll travel to Fort Worth, Texas to participate in the Big 5 Challenge hosted by TCU. Teams from the ACC, Big 12, PAC 12 and SEC will be competing against the Irish. The tournament will take place over the course of four days. This opener, featuring three

    The post Notre Dame prepares for top competition at Big 5 Challenge appeared first on The Observer.


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    St. Joseph County will cancel and then renegotiate a recently announced agreement with Notre Dame that would have allowed the University to conduct its own health inspection for on-campus food establishments, the South Bend Tribune reported Thursday. On Wednesday, David Keckley, the county Board of Health’s attorney, said the renegotiated agreement would seek to make the

    The post County to cancel and renegotiate food inspection agreement with Notre Dame appeared first on The Observer.


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    Nestled in the corner of the basement of LaFortune Student Center, amidst the wafting scents of Pizza Hut and Taco Bell, sits the LaFortune barbershop. The small room is plastered in pictures of everything from the Golden Dome to motorcycles. On a table sits a red tin full of Hershey’s kisses for the women who

    The post “They say ND calls you”: LaFortune barber discusses 26 years of service appeared first on The Observer.


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    Notre Dame Forum’s first lecture of the year, titled “The Catholic Artistic Heritage: Bringing Forth Treasures New and Old,” featured Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Marilynne Robinson. In a discussion moderated by English professor Susannah Monta, Robinson spoke on themes such as religion and beauty in her novels and how these themes immerse themselves in contemporary society and culture. 

    The post Pulitzer Prize winner Marilynne Robinson speaks for Notre Dame Forum appeared first on The Observer.


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    To celebrate the 2018 International Day of Peace, the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies hosted several events Thursday and will continue its celebrations Friday, to reflect this year’s United Nations (UN) theme: “The Right to Peace: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 70.” The commemoration kicked off Thursday afternoon, as scholar Thania Paffenholz

    The post Kroc Institute celebrates International Day of Peace appeared first on The Observer.


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    Editor’s note: This article is one in a series profiling the dorms. Previous articles have covered dorms built before Cavanaugh Hall. Cavanaugh Hall is known for its school and dorm spirit, having been voted Spirit Champions several times and showing up in full force at every pep rally. It is also known for its signature events,

    The post Cavanaugh Hall known for 82 years of history, dorm spirit appeared first on The Observer.


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    Following two late losses to Indiana University and Michigan State, the Notre Dame men’s soccer team is gearing up to take on the University of North Carolina, its third consecutive top-5 opponent. The Irish (3-2-1, 1-0-0 ACC) look to avoid a three-game losing streak against the Tar Heels (5-1-0, 1-0-0 ACC). Since their Sept. 7

    The post Irish prepare for third straight top-five opponent in Tar Heels appeared first on The Observer.


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    The fifth season of “BoJack Horseman” kicks off with the song “Los Ageless” off of St. Vincent’s latest album “Masseduction,” which thematically focuses on the ideas of power and temptation. This song is a perfect fit for “BoJack Horseman,” a show set in an animated version of Hollywood — a place no stranger to these concepts.

    The post ‘BoJack Horseman,’ the problematic male and Hollywood in the #MeToo era appeared first on The Observer.


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    During Lent last year, Campus Ministry expanded its Need to Talk program to give students the opportunity to simply come chat with someone or seek advice during a wider range of hours. After the program’s success last year, Campus Ministry decided to permanently expand its hours to 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. every Monday through

    The post Campus Ministry expands Need to Talk program appeared first on The Observer.


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    On Tuesday, the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend released a report stating the names of 18 priests and deacons who had been “credibly accused” of sexual abuse of a minor. Of the 18 perpetrators, at least four have some past affiliation with the Notre Dame, Saint Mary’s and Holy Cross community: Edward Krason, Paul LeBrun,

    The post Observer Editorial: Action must accompany awareness appeared first on The Observer.


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    Notre Dame is traveling east to play the University of North Carolina in its first ACC match of the season tonight and will travel down to Raleigh to face North Carolina State on Sunday. The Irish (6-4) open conference play after losing both games in their home-and-home series against Michigan, 0-3 and 1-3. During the

    The post Notre Dame opens ACC play with Carolina trip appeared first on The Observer.


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    On Thursday night, poet Emily Schulten shared her work with the Saint Mary’s community during a lecture in Vander Vennet Theatre. At the reading, Schulten discussed her life in the Florida Keys, from lore about pirate smuggling to her wedding crasher: Hurricane Irma. Schulten said she has always been interested in the poetic nature of

    The post Poet visits Saint Mary’s, reflects on writing community appeared first on The Observer.


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  • 09/20/18--21:13: Irish Insider: Wake Forest
  • Wearing His Heart On His Sleeve: Tyler Newsome lives his life on and off the field with the same positive attitude, no matter what life throws his way Irish fully committed to quarterback rotation Mulvena: For season to be a success, Irish require improvement and outside help Wake Forest aims for improved defensive effort against

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    Man, Ian Book loves playing on the road in Carolina. A year after the junior quarterback led Notre Dame to a 33-10 win over North Carolina last season, Book was named the starter Saturday over senior quarterback Brandon Wimbush and was again effective and efficient, throwing for 325 yards, rushing for 43 yards and accounting

    The post Everett: Both QBs are critical to team success, but Book a better fit appeared first on The Observer.


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    If the Irish weren’t decked out in gold and white, you might not have recognized them in the sweltering heat of Saturday afternoon in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Mostly because the number on the scoreboard seemed a bit too high for it to be the offense we saw struggle against Ball State and Vanderbilt. Against Michigan,

    The post Between Ian Book and running game, Irish offense reaches new heights appeared first on The Observer.


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    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A new-looking Notre Dame offense travelled to North Carolina on Saturday, and with junior quarterback Ian Book as its leader, the Irish pummeled the high-tempo Demon Deacons. The Irish (4-0) came out aggressive with new starter Book at the helm. The junior was perfect passing on Notre Dame’s first drive, but after

    The post Notre Dame tops Wake Forest in most successful offensive outing yet appeared first on The Observer.


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    According to some political pundits, comedians and many people on Twitter, Donald Trump is not simply a bad president; he is an authoritarian fascist. Some have even likened the president to Adolf Hitler, arguing that policies like the travel ban or those dealing with border enforcement are not too dissimilar from the oppression carried out

    The post The #Resistance and their irresponsible rhetoric appeared first on The Observer.


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