In an annual tradition, students, staff and parents created 65 scarves to donate to local agencies this winter. Started by Notre Dame's kind and welcoming receptionist, Emilia Peña-Bobst, eighteen years ago, the project has grown steadily. This year, the 65 scarves, created by Emilia, her crew of students, and some parents and staff are being donated to the Bill Wilson Center and the National Alliance on Mental Illness shelter in our local neighborhood.
Notre Dame's on-campus student group, Latinas Unidas, partnered with campus ministry to organize a celebration of the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe. On that crisp fall morning the entire learning community of students, faculty and staff made their annual pilgrimage to our downtown place of worship, the Cathedral Basilica of St. Joseph for a morning of prayer, song, music and dance.
Notre Dame's Robotics Team, The Janksters, competed at Capital City Classic, their second and final 2018 off-season competition, in Davis in late October. The Janksters traveled with only a third of the team, about 20 people, which meant many people stepped into new roles.
The more than 100 student athletes participating in volleyball, cross country, tennis and golf wrapped up their 2018-19 fall season last night with an awards ceremony. Seventeen students were recognized by the West Bay Athletic League for their outstanding performance with Nadia Truong and Cailin Le earning MVP designations.
The visual and performing arts department is pleased to present its Winter Showcase featuring art created by first semester students as well as performances by Notre Dame vocali...
Join us at Del Monte Park as the alumnae showcase their skills against the varsity soccer team! Alumnae, please sign up here if you are interested in participating.
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In the midst of a rapidly changing world, Notre Dame's spirit and traditions remain. Whether donning crazy costumes for Spirit Week, walking downtown to attend mass, or swaying arm-in-arm while singing the alma mater, generations of women have upheld these traditions and called Notre Dame home.
Notre Dame's progressive culture of solution-finding, resource-sharing, skill-building and partnerships promotes curiosity and creativity within a unique learning environment.
A Notre Dame education extends well beyond the footprint of our downtown San Jose campus, out into the tenth largest city in the United States and the thriving center of Silicon Valley.