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Financial Management for Women

February 28, 2019

Hilary Hendershott, financial advisor and wealth management guru, recently spoke with seniors about their financial future as they get ready to embark on the next chapter of their lives. Hilary’s mission is to motivate women to be financially empowered and support women in their financial journey.

Students Sahithi '19 and Samskruthi '21 recently won several medals at Science Olympiad competitions across the state. Founded in 1984, Science Olympiad is one of the premier science competitions in the nation, providing rigorous, standards-based challenges to nearly 8,000 teams in all 50 states. The organization hosts 450 tournaments annually on college campuses.

Notre Dame's Robotics Team, the Janksters, revealed their 2019 robot to an enthusiastic crowd last weekend. The team has worked tirelessly since January 5 when FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) revealed this year's team challenge, Destination: Deep Space to brainstorm, prototype and build this year's robot.

Notre Dame was pleased to welcome Carl Wilkens, the author of I'm Not Leaving, to campus recently. His personal account of surviving the Rwandan genocide brought a new level of understanding to students who have studied the subject across the curriculum. In this article, Ava '21 shares her personal reflection on the experience.

Dancing in the Lights

February 14, 2019

Notre Dame students welcomed guests from more than 15 Bay Area high schools to their recent Black Light Mixer. The lights, face paint, glow-in-the-dark balloons, along with an amazing DJ helped create the perfect festive atmosphere.

Notre Dame's 16th Annual Crab Fest sold out in just a few minutes this year! The event, made possible by a dedicated committee and more than 200 parent and student volunteers, raised money for co-curricular programs including athletics, robotics, ASB leadership and the Peer Ministry Leadership Team.

Students and staff recently attended Supervisor Cindy Chavez's Women's Leadership Policy Summit where they joined 300 women in an event that showcased powerful women leaders from all age groups and backgrounds. Listening to keynote speakers and attending workshops on key topics including housing, transportation, wage equity and policy inspired students.

Networking at Heritage Bank

February 7, 2019

Students taking Economics this semester took a walking field trip to visit our downtown neighbor, Heritage Bank, to learn about the opportunities and challenges facing women in the banking industry.

Upcoming Events

MAR 25

Spirit Week

Start: Mar 25, 2019 End: Mar 29, 2019 Multi-Day Event

Show your class and school spirit during Spirit Week! From gym decorations to dress-up days to skits and songs, Spirit Week is your chance to show us your ND pride! Schedule of ...

MAR 26

Notre Dame and Bellarmine students combine musical gifts for an evening of solo and large ensemble music at Bellarmine's Sobrato Center.

APR 4

This program is designed to help Notre Dame juniors and their parents learn more about the college admissions process through studying simulated students’ application cases and ...

APR 9

Freshman Breakaway Days

8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Freshmen attend one of two day-long retreats at Santa Teresa Parish in San Jose. The day's activities, which center around seeing one’s own story as sacred and seeking wisdom ...

APR 9

Freshman Breakaway Days

8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

In spring, freshmen attend one of two day-long retreats at the Dominican Center in Fremont. The day's activities, which center around seeing one’s own story as sacred and seekin...

APR 10

Freshman Breakaway Days

8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

In spring, freshmen attend one of two day-long retreats at the Dominican Center in Fremont. The day's activities, which center around seeing one’s own story as sacred and seekin...

APR 11

Come one, come all to the visual and performing arts department's production of "Sing Down the Moon: Appalachian Wonder Tales" for a night of Appalachian folktales set to Appala...

APR 11

Spring Musical Performance

7:30 PM - 8:45 PM

Come one, come all to the Visual and Performing Arts department's production of "Sing Down the Moon: Appalachian Wonder Tales" by Mary Hall Surface and David Maddox. Tickets are...