Vol. 3 No.07
Frank Leahy and All American End Jim Martin along the sidelines of the '48 Iowa game. These two men exemplified the spirit of the Fighting Irish.
Frank Leahy and All American End Jim Martin along the sidelines of the '48 Iowa game. These two men exemplified the spirit of the Fighting Irish.
   

REFLECTIONS FROM THE DOME
Reflections will feature excerpts from books with stories and memoirs about Notre Dame.

This month's Reflections From the Dome will trace the history of the "Fighting Irish" nickname from the late 1800s to the 1920s. Featured will be a chapter on the subject from Murray Sperber's Shake Down The Thunder.

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OUT OF BOUNDS
Irish Legends will feature monthly excerpts from Out of Bounds, the anecdotal history of Notre Dame football. They are reprinted here with the permission of authors Larry Weaver and Mike Bonifer.

This month's edition of Out of Bounds will feature anecdotes about the nickname "Fighting Irish."

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SHENANIGANS

Shenanigans will feature humorous stories from the gridiron and campus.

Shenanigans will feature humor about Notre Dame and the "Sons of Erin."

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CAMPUS LIFE
Campus Life will feature inspirational stories from the past and present about the spirit of the Notre Dame community.

Campus Life will feature a short history of the team jersey colors of green and blue.

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SEMPER VICTURUS

This newest column of the Irish Reveries newsletter will feature excerpts taken from the archives of Notre Dame's campus magazine, The Scholastic.

Semper Victurus - This edition will feature excerpts taken from the archives of Notre Dame's campus magazine, The Scholastic, about a letter from an alum protesting the use of "Fighting Irish" as a nickname and the spirited response his letter evoked.

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HERB'S ARCHIVE

Herb Juliano was the curator of the International Sports and Games Collection at Notre Dame, researcher for the Notre Dame Sports Information Department, and author of a wonderful memoir, Notre Dame Odyssey. The following stories are excerpted from his book and archives.

In Herb's Archive we'll discuss the history of the school colors. (Hint: they're not Blue and Gold!)

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