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100 wins, 30 losses, 2 tiesNational Championship: 1988"Trust, Love, Commitment"
Named in honor of Rev. James I. Riehle, C.S.C., a graduate of Notre Dame, a priest of the Congregation of Holy Cross and a friend and a minister of Notre Dame athletes. Father Riehle was a residence hall rector before and after his service as Dean…
105 wins, 12 losses, 5 tiesNational Champions: 1924, 1929, 1930
This Building The cradle of the University of Notre Dame was built by Father Sorin in 1843. Originally intended for a community house it served for two years as a temporary college.From 1845-1854 it was the residence of Sisters of the Holy Cross. …
Notre Dame du LacDecember, 5, 1842Beloved Father,When we least dreamed of it, we were offered an excellent piece of property, about 640 acres in extent. This land is located in the county of St. Joseph on the banks of the St. Joseph River, not far…
This area was the site of "Vetville" Married Student Housing 1945-1962Many were the trials - Thanks to the Holy Family for the many blessings needed to persevere
The first bronze sculpture of Chaplain William Corby by Samuel Murray was dedicated in 1910 on the Gettysburg battlefield by Civil War veterans of the five regiments of the Union's Army Irish Brigade. His statue is on the same boulder of Cemetery …
[Front]:This sculpture was presented to the University of Notre Dame on September 19, 1997 by his former players, the Leahy Family, ND Alumni and his many admirers. [Reverse]:Frank Leahy coached at Notre Dame a total of 11 years (1941 - 1943, 1…
A Landmark of American Music University of Notre Dame Band Oldest University Band in continuous existence in the United States (1846)Presented by the National Music Council, Indiana Music Educators Association and Exxon
Who as a pre-medical student cherished Our Lady's Grotto and who as a physician served the afflicted people of Southeast Asia with uncommon devotion and dedication