The Irish Worker’s Monthly Favorites List is a collection of books, films, songs, and other media as recommended by our staff members, with the goal
On June 12, 1982, one million people gathered in New York City. It is still among the biggest demonstrations in U.S. history. What motivated these
Accomplice, a project through the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, launched last week. The project aims to start a decolonial conversation about justice and
This April, Beyond Green Dots (BGD) hosted its first workshop for students interested in learning about transformative justice and how it can be applied to
Solidarity ND, the first official democratic socialist club on campus, held its inaugural general meeting over Zoom on Saturday with just under 50 students in
At 8:00 tonight, Notre Dame Right to Life will be hosting an “Abortion Debate” as a part of its “You Are Loved Week” events.
Since last March, there have been over 3,800 anti-Asian racist incidents in the United States. And just last Tuesday, a white man killed 8 people
The University of Notre Dame exists within a superficial, apolitical bubble, and let’s be honest, we all know it. During our first weeks at Notre
The Editorial Board endorses juniors Allan Njomo and Matthew Bisner for 2021 student body president and vice president.
Juniors Mabry Webb and Jacob Calpey, candidates for 2021 Student Body President and Vice President, interviewed with The Irish Worker on Sunday to discuss their campaign and platform.