Senior Nicole Yu, along with a few of her Notre Dame sisters and chaperones, spent several days in Washington DC attending workshops, participating in discussions, and taking some time to visit landmarks and museums. This Ignatian Family Teach In is one of eight immersion trips offered at ND. Read Nicole's reflection on the experience here.
The Class of 2020 Griffins have been developing their leadership skills all year. Last Friday they had the opportunity to use those skills as they hosted hundreds of prospective members of the Class of 2022 and parents for Eighth Grade Day.
Eight Notre Dame students spent three days learning about careers in the tech industry last week and putting their STEM skills to use in hands-on workshops taught by industry volunteers. Participants processed their own wafers in the lab at SJSU and also spent some time working on soft skills through activities such as mock interviews.
Students in biology and environmental science classes recently visited the Monterey Bay Aquarium where they were able to examine the effects of climate change and learn ways to live more sustainably in our changing environment. Through hands-on exhibits and experiments, they gained a better understanding of the way different biomes function and how they influence our lives as humans.
The more than 120 student athletes participating in volleyball, cross country, tennis and golf wrapped up their 2017-18 fall season last night with an awards ceremony. Eleven students were recognized by the West Bay Athletic League for their outstanding performance.
French IV AP students recently visited Stanford University's Auguste Rodin sculpture collection to experience, in person, the art they had been studying in class.
For the 9th consecutive year, the Notre Dame community has come together on a crisp fall day to play some football and dodge ball, enjoy some food and celebrate sisterhood in support of our sister community in Yancolo, El Salvador. Funds raised through this year's event are helping to provide an education for nine students in the small community of about 200 families.
The Notre Dame campus and Pardini Park were transformed into a playground for historical figures, evil witches and all manner of creative characters on Tuesday as students, faculty and staff celebrated Halloween with a costume contest, games, food and fun including the ever-popular donut on a string game!