2017 Temple

Visit the Guglielmino Complex

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Location: Guglielmino Complex "The Gug"

Only the areas featuring the trophies and National Championship banners will be open to the public with limited access.

The Guglielmino Complex provides the Notre Dame football team with one of the top facilities in the nation. Often referred to as "The Gug" (pronounced Goog), the state of the art facility houses the football practice week locker rooms, coaches' offices and meeting rooms in addition to enhanced sports medicine, strength and conditioning and weight room equipment areas for all Notre Dame student athletes. …

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Campus Tours

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Location: Eck Visitors Center

Visitor Center tour offers a general historical and social overview of life at Notre Dame. Most tours will include visits to the Grotto, Basilica of the Sacred Heart, Main Building (the Golden Dome), and "Touchdown Jesus." Tours are not permitted to enter Notre Dame Stadium. 

Public Tours are free for groups of 10 or less. (No reservation needed)

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Tunnel Tours

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Location: Notre Dame Stadium, North Entrance (Between Gate A & E)

Since 1931, every Notre Dame football team has walked down the same tunnel, to the same field before every home football game. On Fridays of football weekends, Game Day Operations and Athletics is proud to give every Irish fan and guests to the University the opportunity to walk the same fabled walk every Irish player has taken for the past 80 years. Come experience the North Tunnel of Notre Dame Stadium, take pictures with the field in the background, and feel the echoes waiting to be awoke.…

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Making Everything Out of Anything: Prints, Drawings, and Sculptures by Willie Cole

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Location: Snite Museum - O’Shaughnessy Galleries II and III

This exhibition will focus on a major theme of American artist Willie Cole: his extraordinarily creative repurposing of everyday objects such as steam irons, ironing boards, hair dryers, bicycle parts, and women’s shoes to create artworks that comment on diverse subjects such as African art, cultural identity, gender, and sexuality.…

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Campus Tours

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Location: Eck Visitors Center

Visitor Center tour offers a general historical and social overview of life at Notre Dame. Most tours will include visits to the Grotto, Basilica of the Sacred Heart, Main Building (the Golden Dome), and "Touchdown Jesus." Tours are not permitted to enter Notre Dame Stadium. 

Public Tours are free for groups of 10 or less. (No reservation needed)

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The IDEA Center’s Pre-Game Kick-Off Event

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Location: The IDEA Center

This event features innovative speakers, networking and an interactive showcase of emerging and cutting-edge Notre Dame technologies.

The IDEA Center is located at 1400 E. Angela Blvd. (Innovation Park)

For more information please visit the IDEA Center

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Campus Tours

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Location: Eck Visitors Center

Visitor Center tour offers a general historical and social overview of life at Notre Dame. Most tours will include visits to the Grotto, Basilica of the Sacred Heart, Main Building (the Golden Dome), and "Touchdown Jesus." Tours are not permitted to enter Notre Dame Stadium. 

Public Tours are free for groups of 10 or less. (No reservation needed)

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Trumpets Under the Dome

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Location: Main Building Rotunda

In one of the most spectacular displays of school tradition, the trumpets of the Band of the Fighting Irish gather under the Golden Dome (the Main Building) on home game weekends to play "Notre Dame Our Mother," and "The Notre Dame Victory March" to a standing-room only crowd.  A tradition you don't want to miss, catch the Trumpets under the Dome every home game weekend.…

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Women's Soccer

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Location: Alumni Stadium

After the first pep rally of the season, come out to support your Notre Dame Women's Soccer team as they take on the South Carolina Gamecocks at Alumni Stadium.

Current Notre Dame, Saint Mary's, and Holy Cross students: Regular season home games--Show your valid student I.D. at the entrance to the stadium and get in FREE.

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Midnight Drummer's Circle

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Location: Main Building - Front Steps

Each Friday night at midnight before home football games the Notre Dame Drumline holds their traditional Drummer's Circle in front of the Golden Dome (Main Building). Led by the drumline, cadences and cheers prepare the student body and fans for Game Day on Saturday. …

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Saturdays with the Saints

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Location: Geddes Hall - Andrew Auditorium (Lower Level)

"The Child Saints of Fatima"

Sr. Ann Astell, Professor of Theology at Notre Dame, will deliver a talk on "Sts. Francisco and Jacinta Marto: The Child Saints of Fatima on the Occasion of their Canonization" for the eighth annual Saturdays with the Saints lecture series held prior to the Notre Dame-Temple football game. Sponsored by the McGrath Institute for Church Life.…

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Making Everything Out of Anything: Prints, Drawings, and Sculptures by Willie Cole

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Location: Snite Museum - O’Shaughnessy Galleries II and III

This exhibition will focus on a major theme of American artist Willie Cole: his extraordinarily creative repurposing of everyday objects such as steam irons, ironing boards, hair dryers, bicycle parts, and women’s shoes to create artworks that comment on diverse subjects such as African art, cultural identity, gender, and sexuality.…

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Saturday Scholar Series

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Location: Snite Museum - Annenberg Auditorium

"The Ellsworth Outrage, 1854: Or How 19th Century Jesuits Built a Global Catholicism”

John T. McGreevy, I.A. O'Shaughnessy Dean, College of Arts and Letters, Professor of History.

How did modern Catholicism become global? The talk uses a violent attack on a Swiss Jesuit in a Maine small town to tell a story about globalization in the world's largest, most multicultural and multilingual institution.…

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