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- 09/20/18--21:13: Irish Insider: Wake Forest
- 09/22/18--16:59: Between Ian Book and running game, Irish offense reaches new heights
- 09/22/18--21:25: Notre Dame tops Wake Forest in most successful offensive outing yet
- 09/23/18--21:01: The #Resistance and their irresponsible rhetoric
- 09/23/18--21:05: Irish bounce back with first ACC, road win
- 09/23/18--21:01: Please, not more humanity
- 09/23/18--21:02: SMC celebrates ‘Support a Belle’ event with movie on Le Mans Green
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
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
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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,
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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
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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
Noname is a poet first and a rapper second. The 26-year-old Chicago native, formerly known as Noname Gypsy, does more with words than any other artist today, crafting creative and captivating songs that express complex emotions. It’s this talent that made the young female artist a key player in the Chicago rap scene in early
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Notre Dame (5-5-0, 1-1-0 ACC) snapped its four-game losing streak Sunday against Wake Forest behind a second-half goal from freshman midfielder Brooke VanDyck. With the 1-0 win, the Irish earn both their first conference and road victories of the season. The Irish struggled to find a rhythm early in the game, looking flat as play
I am a Catholic, but in light of the sexual abuse perpetrated by other Catholics, I am ashamed to be a Catholic. The Greeks considered music an essential component of a person’s education. The ability to recognize and orchestrate harmony from separate melodies was a human skill in a universe that, for all its imperfections,
The typically silent Le Mans Green was bustling with noise Sunday evening when the Saint Mary’s Student Government Association (SGA) and the Student Activities Board hosted a movie night complete with frozen yogurt, t-shirts and popcorn. Students came to the front of Saint Mary’s signature building to celebrate sisterhood and friendship with a showing of the modern
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Editor’s note: Throughout the 2018 midterm election season, The Observer will sit down with various student organizations and professors to discuss political engagement and issues particularly pertinent to students. In this third installment, the Center for Social Concerns discusses how Notre Dame students voted in the 2016 presidential election. In the lead-up to the 2004
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