Senior Yashna Bansal has been a member of the Janksters, Notre Dame's Robotics Team, for the past four years. South Bay Accent recently interviewed her and robotics program director, Marta Carrillo, to understand how participating in a robotics program can help prepare students for real-world careers.
Fathers and daughters (and a few moms) came together last weekend to spend a morning at the Guadalupe River Park in San Jose, helping to remove invasive species from the educational zone between the Heritage Rose Garden and the Historic Orchard.
The entire Class of 2020 boarded buses last week and headed to San Francisco for the American Conservatory Theater's production of A Thousand Splendid Suns. The play is based on the novel by Khaled Hosseini, which was featured as an ND Reads selection.
Notre Dame's 14th Annual Crab Fest sold out in a record three days this year! The event, made possible by a dedicated committee and chef as well as 200 parent and student volunteers, raised money for co-curricular programs including athletics, robotics, ASB leadership and the Peer Ministry Leadership Team
Several seniors attended last week's San Jose Women's Conference, hearing from speakers including Madeleine Albright and Sheryl Sandberg. We invite you to read Karly Vaughn's personal reflection of that experience.
We invite you to join us throughout the month of February as we engage in conversation about race, identity and community in America.
Last week, Notre Dame students presented the 2017 Multicultural Showcase, an opportunity to celebrate the rich diversity of the student body. The event featured songs, dancing, beautiful traditional costumes and delicious food, allowing students and their families to celebrate their own culture and learn about others.
Students attended the 2017 Watermark Conference for Women in downtown San Jose this week, where they heard from speakers including Madeleine Albright, Sheryl Sandberg, Condoleezza Rice and Viola Davis.