Category: Journalism

Cherished hand-me-down
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Cherished hand-me-down

Baptismal gown passed through four generations Article published July 23, 2008 By Liz Harter When Valerie Bolyard carries her niece, 8-month-old Sadie Taylor Aldin, into the sunlit kitchen of the Bolyard family home in Granger, Jessica (Bolyard) Aldin’s face lights up with love and joy. After cuddling Sadie close, Jessica turns to a Tribune photographer […]

Fourth of July Fireworks
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‘American Scripture’

The fate of the original 13 Colonies was decided in a stuffy, humid room in Independence Hall in Philadelphia 232 years ago this week.

Photo courtesy of Saint Mary's College
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Mooney: Education more important than cost

Saint Mary’s President writes letter to parents of prospective students to encourage consideration of all financial options Article published December 3, 2008 With the economy at the forefront of most news broadcasts and on front pages of many newspapers, the effects are beginning to reach higher education and raising questions as to whether or not […]

Male Saint Mary's College worker pursues degree
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Male Saint Mary’s College worker pursues degree

By Liz Harter Article Published May 11, 2009, South Bend Tribune SOUTH BEND — A year ago, Lou Morales was looking to see which colleges he could transfer his Saint Mary’s College credits to. This year, he’s looking at the Saint Mary’s freshmen as his potential classmates. Morales, a 53-year-old building attendant at the college, […]

A college education without state borders
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A college education without state borders

Some colleges offer in-state tuition to out-of-state students

Irish fans disappointed, embarrassed by USC loss
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Irish fans disappointed, embarrassed by USC loss

Students cite Marching Band’s halftime show as highlight of game; Notre Dame falls 76-3 in two years to Trojans

Exec stipend draws criticism at Saint Mary's
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Exec stipend draws criticism at Saint Mary’s

Winner – 2009 Indiana Collegiate Press Award ‘Best In-Depth Reporting’

Band holds annual plaiding ceremony
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Band holds annual plaiding ceremony

Article published Sept. 9, 2008 Tailgating, watching the football players head to the stadium after the team Mass, buying steak sandwiches from the Knights of Columbus on South Quad. Students and fans in town for the Notre Dame home opener against San Diego State have a lot of entertainment opportunities vying for their attention before […]

SMC opens new building
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SMC opens new building

Spes Unica Hall will hold 13 of the college’s 20 academic departments

Fireworks Injury
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Living with the consequences

On July 4, 2008, David Knapp was looking forward to adjusting to his new prosthetic hand while his buddies lit fireworks. Knapp lost his hand in 2007 when a firecracker exploded in it.

Albright United Methodist Church - Mishawaka, IN
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New Albright sanctuary to rise from ashes

Church community rebuilds after fire caused by lightening strike.

Killer meats?
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Killer meats?

Steaks, chicken and hamburgers seem to taste better when they’re cooked on a grill.

But all of these foods become more dangerous when exposed to the open flame and smoke of a gas or charcoal grill, experts say.

Donald Miller leads the Saint Mary's College commencement ceremonies in 2007
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Miller will be missed at commencement ceremonies

Math professor, softball coach dies after six-month battle with cancer; daughter will graduate from Saint Mary’s

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HC values examined

Jenkins, Mooney and Gilman meet in forum

Slow security response raises questions
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Slow security response raises questions

Regina Hall’s trespasser’s escape creates doubts about efficiency of campus safety measures

Jenkins, Mooney attend papal speech in Washington
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Jenkins, Mooney attend papal speech in Washington

University and College presidents travel to hear Pope’s speech Article published April 8, 2008 In an address to Catholic educators from across the country at Catholic University in Washington, D.C., Pope Benedict XVI discussed education and faith in the university setting. Academic freedom is an important part of Catholic education, but is subservient to the […]

Dance marathon raises over $85,000
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Dance marathon raises over $85,000

Participants stay up all night for Riley Children’s Hospital in Indy Article published April 7, 2008 After staying on their feet for 12 hours in support of children who can’t at Riley Children’s Hospital in Indianapolis, students from Saint Mary’s, Notre Dame and Holy Cross College were rewarded with the news that the event raised […]

Pope Benedict, Easter 2007
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SMC students spend Easter in Holy City

While many Saint Mary’s students spent Easter at home with their families and pets, some of their 55 classmates studying abroad in Rome instead joined the Pope in Vatican City.