06 Apr 2016

Attempts to Stifle Students’ Voice (Opinion)

The board meeting on March 23rd, 2016 goes differently than planned when the meeting, originally scheduled as an open meeting, was closed at the last minute. Student leaders showed up early to  the meeting, excited to share in the conversation about unionization, when they were...
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23 Nov 2015

The Bohemian Open Mic Night

Notre Dame de Namur’s literary journal, The Bohemian, held an Open Mic Night on November 18th. Just before 7 o’clock, performers and audience members began pouring into St. Joseph’s lounge where they enjoyed some light refreshments before grabbing a seat. The dim lights set a...
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09 Oct 2015

Belmont City Council

The Belmont City Council elections will be held on on Thursday November 3, 2015. There are two seats out of five up for election, plus City Clerk and City Treasurer positions. The individuals who’s terms are expiring soon include; Mayor David Braunstein, Council member...
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19 Mar 2015

Remembering Blick

NDNU battles against Santa Clara for the Wavy Cup.
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18 Mar 2015

Hiking Spots Near NDNU

If you are looking for new spots to adventure and see new sights, listed below will be some great hiking spots near campus. These spots are spread throughout the San Francisco Peninsula bay area. 1. San Bruno Mountain State and County Park This hiking spot is located in San Bruno...
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10 Mar 2015

Ways to Help with Procrastination

Procrastination is the mortal enemy of a college simpleton. Before you know it, it has a toehold on your life and your motivation is shot. Many know the recipe that straight-A students have mastered but unfortunately procrastination gets in the way of said recipe. So how does one...
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10 Mar 2015

Senate Meeting

On March 3, 2015, Notre Dame de Namur students gathered for the weekly Student Senate Meeting. Though many students were present, the tone was quiet and focused. As the meeting began, all attention was set on the front of the classroom. As most know, ASNDNU has long been deciding...
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