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Three All-ACC Baseball Players

May 22, 2018 Daily Domer Staff

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Megan Golden | May 22, 2018 

NOTRE DAME, Ind. — The Atlantic Coast Conference announced its all-conference teams on Monday, and three University of Notre Dame baseball players received All-ACC honors. Irish second baseman Nick Podkul and third baseman and outfielder Matt Vierling each earned Second Team All-ACC Read More >

Professor Erika Doss Named to Norman Rockwell Center's new Society of Fellows

March 22, 2018 Tessa Bangs

Professor Erika Doss has been named to the first-ever Society of Fellows for the Norman Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies.

Read the College of Arts and Letters' write-up on the recognition here Read More >

At last the role of the Irish in Lincoln's life explored

March 21, 2018 Robert Schmuhl

Professor Bob Schmuhl reviewed Lincoln and the Irish, a new book by Niall O'Dowd, for Irish Central this week. Click on the link below to read the full review.

https://www.irishcentral.com/opinion/others/history-irish-abraham-lincoln Read More >

Major Chosen as New York Times Intern for Summer 2018

January 29, 2018 Jacob McKenna

Senior American Studies major Tessa Bangs was announced today as a 2018 summer intern for The New York Times. Bangs, the current editor of Scholastic, will be working as a Multiplatform Editing intern at the Times' Editing Center in Gainesville, Fla.

A complete list of the New York Times summer interns is available on their website here. Read More >

Politics as unusual: why America's 'forgotten citizens' stick by their champion

January 22, 2018 Jacob McKenna

Prof. Bob Schmuhl chronicled Donald Trump's first year in office, and what it means for the future, in "Politics as unusual: why America's 'forgotten citizens' stick by their champion," published by the Irish Independent.

The first two paragraphs are below; the full article can be viewed here. Read More >

Prof. Schmuhl on Morning Ireland

November 08, 2017 Jacob McKenna

Professor Schmuhl made another appearance on Morning Ireland to discuss the year that has passed since the election of Donald Trump.

Listen here: http://www.rte.ie/radio1/morning-ireland/ Read More >

A President Without Precedent

November 06, 2017 Robert Schmuhl

As America prepares to mark a year since Donald Trump won the White House, ­Professor Robert Schmuhl looks at how the 45th commander-in-chief has lied, bullied and tweeted his way through his first 12 months, taking the presidency into unchartered territory. Read More >

Q&A with Jason Ruiz, associate professor of American studies

October 24, 2017 Carrie Gates

Lessons from Breaking Bad: Why being an avid fan of the groundbreaking series inspired him to study negative representations of Latinos in popular culture. Read More >

Prof. Kathleen Cummings in Religion News

September 26, 2017 Jacob McKenna

Religion News Service published the following article last week regarding the first beatification of a US-born priest, quoting American Studies Professor Kathleen Cummings. Prof. Cummings comments on the national significance of the beatification, and what the beatification means for American Catholics. Read More >

The Oklahoma priest who could become the first American-born man to be canonized a saint

September 22, 2017 Rebecca Corrente

Kathleen Sprows Cummings takes a look at the possible canonization of Father Stanley Rother. Read More >