Sherman Alexie has joined the boycott. Photo by Chase Jarvis So... have any travel to Indiana planned?Well, I had two speaking gigs scheduled in Indiana, at Notre Dame at the end of April and at the Kurt Vonnegut Library in Indianapolis in September. Show More Summary
Thank you, Irish. Notre Dame has given the sporting world hope that the final result in Indianapolis next Monday night is not a foregone conclusion. This is one of the most stacked Final Fours in recent memory. If you put Duke or this...Show More Summary
Two more trips to the Final Four in the women's NCAA tournament were up for grabs on Monday night, as four teams were vying for the last two spots alongside Notre Dame and South Carolina. Below we'll break down the night's scores and...Show More Summary
UConn, Notre Dame, South Carolina and Maryland make up the 2015 women's Final Four.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Notre Dame football announced Monday the television arrangement for its annual spring game, a welcome reminder that football season is increasingly upon us. But before the Irish split for the 86th annual Blue-GoldShow More Summary
Readers of my review of Emily Yoffee’s review of The Hunting Ground may be interested in knowing that the Chronicle has been contacted by Dennis K. Brown, an Assistant Vice President and University Spokesman at Notre Dame, in response...Show More Summary
As this weekend's Elite Eight showed us, while the NCAA tournament is an event filled with magic and heroes and all sorts of amazing, those on the wrong side of history will always find it to be cruel and cold. Notre Dame nearly snatched...Show More Summary
This past Saturday night, immediately following Kentucky’s last-second victory over Notre Dame, it was suggested by TBS sideline reporter Lewis Johnson, in a live interview with UK head coach John Calipari, that Notre Dame was the “toughest test” that the Wildcats had faced all season. Show More Summary
'Indiana’s leaders have done their part, now Notre Dame needs to step up and demonstrate its fidelity to Catholic teaching,' said Patrick Reilly, president of The Cardinal Newman Society.
Malik Zaire wants to be Notre Dame's starting quarterback. While most Irish fans are already theorizing on the best time-share arrangement for Zaire and Everett Golson, Zaire is trying his best to win the job outright. And he doesn't care who knows it. "It's not the ideal situation," Zaire said when asked about splitting snaps. Show More Summary
The Wildcats are still undefeated, now with 38 straight wins. It took a clutch three-pointer from Aaron Harrison and some timely defense, but the Kentucky Wildcats beat Notre Dame, 68-66, on Saturday and advanced to the Final Four for...Show More Summary
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — With spring football in full swing, the Notre Dame football staff has had the opportunity to host visitors, including those with recent offers. Each week, we'll be keeping tabs on the new scholarship offers sent out...Show More Summary
The Irish’s performance in 68-66 loss to Kentucky might have provided a blueprint for beating the Wildcats. Then again, unbeaten Kentucky might have just had a bad night.
Kentucky, Wisconsin, Michigan State, and Duke are in the Final Four after series of closely contested Elite Eight games. Kentucky, which remained undefeated with a 68-66 win over Notre Dame, is a big favorite to win it all. Nate Silver's...Show More Summary
The 2015 Final Four will officially be set at the end of Sunday's Elite Eight NCAA tournament action, as two regional champions emerge to punch their tickets to Indianapolis. Kentucky escaped Notre Dame to win the Midwest, while Wisconsin defeated Arizona to get through the West Region. Show More Summary
Notre Dame’s men’s basketball team played one of the best games we’ve seen from a squad in the NCAA Tournament Saturday night. The Fighting Irish’s valiant effort ultimately wasn’t enough, though, as they fell to undefeated Kentucky,...Show More Summary
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Notre Dame's memorable season, including runs in ACC, NCAA tournaments, ends with heartbreak
University of Kentucky Coach John Calipari gave a postgame interview Saturday night — as coaches usually do — after his undefeated Wildcats just barely escaped what would have been a stunning upset at the hands of Notre Dame in the NCAA...Show More Summary
The perfect season continues….barely. The Kentucky Wildcats survived a valiant effort against the upset minded Notre Dame Irish, escaping with a narrow 2 point victory 68-66, as ND point guard Jerian Grant missed a potential game winning trey at the buzzer. The Wildcats were given their toughest test of the season, as Notre Dame exposed […]