The 2017 season for Brian Kelly and the Notre Dame football program will be an important rebounding campaign after the team posted a 4-8 record a season ago. However, this season will feature an intriguing quirk: for the first time since 2008, Notre Dame will play seven games at home, forgoing the annual Shamrock Series game played at a neutral site.
With Indiana firing head men’s basketball coach Tom Crean after nine seasons with the Hoosiers, it is clear that a new voice is needed to guide the team in a new direction. His 166-135 record at Indiana is not necessarily a bad tally, but a historic program accustomed to winning expects more than four NCAA Tournament appearances in that span.
As Archie Miller arrives from Dayton to take the reins, will he be able to lead Indiana back to its winning ways? His history at Dayton says he can, and fans in Bloomington will look forward to next season when a new face is leading the Hoosiers onto the court at Assembly Hall next winter.
The 2016 election cycle featured many unexpected, as well as some unprecedented, results. Among these was the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States, but an especially surprising upshot of the election was the overwhelming success of Republicans elected to the national legislature and that of their home states, especially here in Indiana.
Check out the infographic for a closer look at this and other outcomes from the election in the Hoosier State, including voter turnout and more.
With World Cup qualifying in full swing for a number of nations, take a look back at some of the most noteworthy moments of the tournament’s spectacular history.
In 2014, Men’s Health magazine published a story using a study from the Centers for Disease Control which ranked U.S. cities on various results of excess alcohol consumption, including liver disease and DUI arrests. The top 10 cities are shown in an interactive map, which can be found here.
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The 87th Annual Bengal Bouts tournament, hosted by University of Notre Dame Club Boxing, has progressed into the semifinals, which will take place Monday, Feb. 27, at 7 p.m. inside the Joyce Center. The Finals are set for Friday, March 3, at 7 p.m. at Purcell Pavilion.
Nearly 200 young men across nine different weight classes have come together for Bengal Bouts, the second half of a unique Notre Dame tradition. Every dollar of the proceeds from the tournament is sent to missions in Bangladesh run by the Congregation of Holy Cross, the order which runs the University. During the fall semester, the women’s boxing club competed in Baraka Bouts, a tournament of similar format, in which the proceeds went to Holy Cross missions in East Africa.
One of the most dangerous weapons for a pitcher is a power fastball that can simply overpower opposing hitters. The league average for fastball speed tends to sit between 95 and 96 mph, and any pitcher who even occasionally can reach 97 or 98 mph is considered among the best of the group.
By Juan Jose Rodriguez
Search traffic for Canada PM Trudeau rising after Trump’s Muslim ban
In the wake of President Donald Trump’s executive actions halting immigration into the United States from seven predominantly-Muslim nations, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been outspoken in his message welcoming refugees and others being turned away by the Trump administration.
The leader of the United States’ northern neighbor took to Twitter to offer hope to the men, women, and children whose religious beliefs stand in the way of their entrance into the United States. Continue reading
Editor’s note: This story was originally posted on Dec. 12, 2012 and is housed at RedLineProject.org
By Bob Smith
Gov. Pat Quinn visited DePaul University’s Loop campus on Wednesday to discuss how pension reform is harming the Monetary Award Program (MAP) college scholarships and access to higher education in Illinois.
“This is so important to our state, not only in the past, but certainly now and in the future,” Quinn said. “We want everyone to have the opportunity to go to college that has the ability to go to college.”
MAP grants are need-based college scholarships that allow merit students who are in need across the state and do not need to be repaid by the student. Quinn said that due to cutbacks and having to pay more money in the pension amount, almost 18,000 students lost their MAP grant scholarships this year.