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    Relatively Speaking

    Some of the discussion in the wake of Notre Dame’s first ACC title in men’s basketball has revolved around the position this win deserves in the history of the program. After all, ND fans can remember a lot of big moments — Dwight Clay’s shot from the corner, Orlando Woolridge taking down the Cavaliers, ...

    An Early Easter

    Users of our site are well familiar with the story of Easter Heathman, the long-time tender of the memorial at the site where Knute Rockne’s plane crashed. His daughter, Sue Ann Heathman Brown, now heads fundraising for the Chase County Historical Society & Museum, which helps to keep the history of that area alive. Recently, ...

    Not Again

    This week’s column was ready to post when news of Zach Auguste’s suspension broke. So much for a positive tone.

    The first report that included comment from Notre Dame was Angelo DeCarlo’s, posted on WNDU.com at 10:30 AM on Wednesday. The spokesman said that the length of the suspension had not been determined yet and … ...

    For the Kid In You

    12.05.2014 · Posted in Notre Dame History

    When you look at The Spirit of Christmas at Notre Dame, the new book by Susan Guibert and Brendan O’Shaughnessy, your first inclination might be to get it for your six-year-old nephew. But as you look deeper, you realize it’s just as (if not more) appropriate for your soon-to-be ND grad.

    The beautifully-rhymed book tells ...

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