Director of Public Safety

February 24, 2014

Upon opening for the first Roundtable of the year, Public Safety Director Daniel Torrez and a mix of 23 staff members, faculty and students, sat in cozy circle where the meeting was held at the Dorothy Stang Center on Jan. 28. It has been nearly two and half months since Torrez was appointed Director of [...]

Christmas for the troops

December 4, 2012

It is Christmas time and Notre Dame de Namur is doing their part in making sure that everyone has a reason to be merry.  On Dec. 6 from 7pm to 9pm, the university is throwing a holiday concert to raise money for the U.S. Armed Forces. Notre Dame de Namur’s music and dance departments, as [...]

Ralston Hall Becoming a Lost Cause

October 27, 2012

Ralston renovations costing NDNU $12 Million Over a hundred years ago, a man named William Chapman Ralston purchased a piece of property from an Italian nobleman in 1864.  The prominent and powerful San Francisco financier would then construct a country estate named Ralston Hall Mansion.  This grand mansion would have over 80 rooms and Ralston [...]



December 4, 2012

This year’s NDNU cross-country season went very well, according to the new head coach, Cheyne Inman.  Both Inman and Assistant Coach Evan Smith saw big improvements from both the men and women’s teams. Coach Smith was previously the head coach at Mt. View High School, where he led the team to a State Championship. This [...]

Running for the Gold

October 27, 2012

Cross Country Gets New Coach Notre Dame de Namur has a new cross country coach this year, Cheyne Inman. He is a graduate from the University of San Francisco where he studied exercise sports science. Before becoming coach at NDNU, he was head coach of the cross country-team at Will C. Wood High School for [...]

Could Staph Infections Hurt NDNU Students

April 29, 2012

Over the past few weeks, sev- eral members of the soccer team have been forced to sit out games because of an intense bacterial infection and rash, which could be linked to a common injury on the field they play on. According to the Facilities department, they do not currently test Koret Field for the [...]



December 4, 2012

The Bohemian is an award-winning journal of short stories, art, and poetry done by the students of NDNU. It is a collection of the very best NDNU has to offer while showing how creative the students and faculty are. This unique and creative journal has been a rich part of Notre Dame de Namur’s history. [...]

The job and the dream

December 4, 2012

Graphic designer Ian Maisel visited to NDNU on Nov. 15 to talk about how he became a graphic designer and how he made a name for himself. Maisel discussed what challenges he faced and the jobs he went through, and how in the end he prevailed. He inspired students to do the same. During his [...]

NDNU’s Theater Department Show Out!

October 27, 2012

The Theatre Department prepares for a riveting performance of Noel Coward’s Hay Fever. Be on the lookout for a stirring production that has been characterized by the Theater Arts Management class as a production “that evokes the provocative style of the 1920s.” Some of NDNU’s own students and staff are working tirelessly to create a [...]

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Give Us Time

December 4, 2012

What does the community of NDNU need when trying to attend events? Just a little notice would do some justice. How many times have you wanted to go to an event but have so many other factors that could have been avoided if you knew about the event in advanced? Time time time and again [...]

Spring Semester Resolution

December 4, 2012

The spring semester is coming up quickly now. Students need to be able to finish strong and finish this last semester on a high note. College students are surrounded by distractions, so maybe a New Year’s Resolution to make would be to stay focused on one’s studies for the last semester. Maybe that is staying [...]

Gift Giving on a College Budget

December 4, 2012

Gift Giving on a College Budget The holidays are a time of giving, but for college students this can be tricky. With so many expenses and heavy course loads, money is tight. Many do not have the time in their hectic schedules to work long hours and others who are working toward school do not [...]

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