Saturday, June 24, 2017

Saturday's Squirrel.

Enjoying the Corby porch

Porches aren't just for us to enjoy beverages, certain tobacco products-cigars, and other summer time treats. No, not at all! Porches are also for our furry friends. Yes, they too need a place, a sanctuary if you will, to pause, take in their surroundings, and have a tasty treat or two. On taking up a spot on the Corby porch, this squirrel non-verbaled, "I need a break... I am exhausted from being exhausted!"

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Patrons of...

Ryan, Fr. Ralph, Wenzel and Vogel at Moreau Seminary

the Arts the Gentlemen of St. Edward's Hall are. During Graduation Week, a concert was held at Moreau Seminary's Guardian Angels Chapel where Our Lady's Consort, under the direction of Caleb Wenzel and assistant direction Ned Vogel, a Stedsman, gave concert goers to one last treat for the ears. Amid the singing of Bach's Magnificat and other pieces for Eastertide, a piece entitled "Constitution" was sung. Based on the Constitutions of the Congregation of Holy Cross- the rules for religious life, Constitution was a piece of music that was commissioned by St. Edward's Hall in celebration of the University's 175th anniversary. On hearing the piece, Johnny Ryan, Stedsman, said, "I wish we commissioned more music!"

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Some times vacation...

Summer well

... gets the best of us. Yes, vacations and the season of summer induces a certain carefreeness, nay, a real insouciance, that, at times, gets the better of us. As a result, we forget responsibilities, but maybe that's what's needed- a break, a putting down of our labors, so that we might recreate and refresh ourselves. On forgetting to post on the blog, Fr. Ralph said, "Where's my blog posting for Monday? Summer ate it?" 

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Saturday's Squirrel.


Our furry friends are friendly. Whether we realize it or not, they want to be our friends. Yes, they want our friendship because it leads to handouts of muffins, nuts, and whatever foodstuffs we might have as we walk about campus. On seeing this furry friend on God quad and offering him the hand of fellowship, he non-verbaled, "Let's be friends... shake on it!"

Thursday, June 15, 2017

A family visit...

The Scotts and their Irish kin Notre Dame and St. Edward's Hall was what made an American vacation perfect. Yes, Chris Scott's '18 family from Ireland made a day trip to campus and its oldest residence hall during their recent trip to the United States. With spring rains holding off, a tour campus was had with a special Mass celebrated in the most beautiful chapel on campus- the Chapel of Sts. Edward and John- following. Still yet, a light reception was had in the Flounge. On their visit, Fr. Ralph said, "I am delighted that they came all this way AND took the time to make a special visit to St. Ed's. I think that I NOW need to make a visit to Ireland!" Stay tuned.

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

They got married!

One happy couple!

It's official.  Douglas “Dougie” Barnard ’15 and St. Ed’s AR and Olivia Mogaka ’17 were married at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart. With Fr. Ralph officiating and surrounded by family and friends, Olivia and Dougie tied the proverbial knot with much emotion and joy. Suffice it to say, there were smiles all around. On their their marriage, Tom Roman, ’14 and JD ’17 and St. Ed’s outgoing AR, said, “Seeing them together, how can you not smile!”

Congratulations and best wishes to Dougie and Olivia!

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Your Sunday picture...

A quiet and beautiful campus scene

...from Notre Dame. Here's a look the Clarke Memorial Fountain, remembering all Notre Dame graduates who died in foreign wars. Usually the meeting place for students for away football wins, suffice it to say, today is is quiet and peaceful. Enjoy your Sunday wherever you may be!

Friday, June 9, 2017

Best of...

…the Gentlemen’s Monthly. Yes, three years ago today, here was today’s posting. Enjoy this blast from the past!

They got married!

Mr. and Mrs. Peter McCormick

Yes, they got married! With Fr. Ralph presiding and in the company of family, friends, and many Stedsmen, Learose and Peter were married this past weekend at Notre Dame’s Basilica of the Sacred Heart. As Learose and Peter danced the traditional “couple’s first dance” to a classic 70’s song, Corey Fitzpatrick, Stedsman, said, “They’re dancing well, but that kiss at the Basilica…wow! I thought she was going to dip Peter!” I did too Corey…I did too!

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

A blast...

Oh there's more... a lot more

...from the past continues.Thanks to Neil Sielski '15, we have an insight into Notre Dame's past. Through a patient, Sielski came into possession of the Notre Dame Student Manual from 1941.

This week's installment from the 1941 Notre Dame Student Manual, page 28:

"UNDESIRABILITY: The University reserves the right of requesting any student to withdraw from school at any time and without giving any reason for such request, expect that the student is generally undesirable."

Monday, June 5, 2017

A forgotten Easter...

Happy Easter!

...egg has been found! Yes, the budding artist at Steds known as Bensky has gifted us with another drawing. Wether this sublime and thought provoking work was left at Eastertide or done just before the artist left for the summer who knows? Still yet, who really knows what the artist was trying to communicate to his audience? On the meaning of this work, an unnamed Stedsman hazarded a guess and said, “The secularism of Easter has devolved to such a low point that when considering the holiday, this artist's first concept was a caricature of an obese rabbit. However, this does not detract from the significance of Easter in that it is a time for worship, family, celebration, and good food.” Yes... that's sounds convincing to me.

Saturday, June 3, 2017

Saturday's Squirrel.

Fr. Terry: Not having it

Fr. Terry Ehrman, C.S.C., wasn't having any of it. Some times our furry friends get the message that we're sending, but other times, well, they just don't. Fed up with the antics of this squirrel on God Quad, Fr. Terry told him where he could go... over there. On the being told to take a hike, our furry friend non-verbaled, "And I thought that we were friends!"

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Best of...

..the Gentlemen's Monthly. Yes, three years ago today, here was today's posting. Enjoy this blast from the past!

Your Sunday... of Notre Dame. A great view of the Notre Dame skyline from St. Joseph's Lake. Enjoy.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Left behind...

Red couch: Comfortable and with a great view the exodus from campus was this couch. Walking around St. Mary's Lake, Fr. Terry Ehrman, C.S.C., theologian and biologist, stumbled across this rare spotting of a gently used, red couch on the south side of the lake. Never captured before, Fr. Terry was able to snap this sublime photo. On the lakeside red couch, Fr. Ralph said, "I always did want an office with a view."

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Your Sunday picture...

"Monet-quese" Irises

...from Notre Dame. Here's are some very purple irises located on the south side of the Gavin Life Sciences Building. With a rainy spring, flowers and blooming trees have not only made campus colorful but also a sea of pollen. Enjoy your Sunday wherever you may be!

Friday, May 26, 2017

Oh, the things...

Grateful for the wisdom and laughs provided by Fink

...that the Gentlemen write on their whiteboards. During post-graduation move out, there was one last message from the Sage of 311, Peter Fink. I think that Cicero got it right when he said that... still, on Fink's whiteboard contributions, outgoing Assistant Rector, Tom Roman, said, "It was his special ministry, brining wisdom and laughs to the minds and hearts of his fellow Gentlemen." Indeed, it was... and we all were better for it! Many, many thanks Peter.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Graduation continued.

Look at all the smiles!

It was a memorable moment for sure. Yes, the taking of post graduation photos with the statue of St. Edward in St. Edward's Park is always a must and a keepsake for any Stedsmen. With graduation delayed an hour, the threat of rain passed, and the sun came out, making the Graduation Day perfect. On the day, Maem, former Steds Housekeeper (pictured above,center) came from Phoenix for the day and said, "The only thing to make the day more perfect was the smiles of these Stedsmen!" 

Congratulations again to all our graduating Stedsmen!

Monday, May 22, 2017


Exit everyone...

... everyone. With graduation ceremonies now over, and seniors and all support staff leaving campus today, St. Edward's had an eerie silence come over this afternoon. Gone is the coming and going of students. Gone are the watchers of TV shows in the Flounge. Gone is the smell of caramelized onions wafting from Ed's. Gone is the oder of "teen spirit" emanating from the gym. Yes, gone are the laughs, yells, slamming of doors,  clicking of the door swipes, and so much more from St. Ed's. On the silence, the only man holding down the fort, Fr. Ralph, said, "And now we have.... peace... for just bit until the summer campers arrive."

Congratulations and good luck to our graduating Stedsmen, and to all returning Stedsmen, don't rush back now... you hear!

Saturday, May 20, 2017

Saturday's Squirrel.

They all look innocent, but are they?

Was this the furry friend? Maybe, it was another one. Still yet, maybe it was the one who hangs out all the time at La Fortune's front door, looking for a hand out. In the end, who knows? Yes, who really knows the squirrel that was caught red handed trash diving in the trash can at Plaza St. Edward's (backyard patio)? On trying to identify the culprit, this squirrel non-verbaled, "I am not telling." He very well might not be talking, but we have video!

Finding gold in a trash can, click HERE.

Thursday, May 18, 2017

It was a night...

A great staff: Roman, Noble, Cote, Vogel, Kempf, Ruggles, and Barnard (not pictured) remember. Well, not because of the performance of the South Bend Cubs, who lost to the Dayton Dragons in a score of 4 to 2, but rather because of the performance of the Hall Staff, particularly Max Kempf. Invited from the start of the game, Max made an appearance at the sixth ending to play the "Whammy" game. Saying "stop" at the right time, Max avoided the "whammies" and won $30 in gift certificates to Applebee's!  On winning, Kempf said, "All I want to do is get kicked out of an Applebee’s? No, I just want to enjoy what’s good in the neighborhood."

But the real winners were the residents of St. Edward's because they truly had a phenomenal hall staff in the men pictured above. On the hall staff, Fr. Ralph said, "I am poorer because I am in their debt, but at the same time, I am better off for knowing them."

Will Kempf win, click HERE.

Does he, click HERE.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

She did...

Attention: Susan Williams has left Steds...

...her best and more! Yes, Susan Williams did her best in raising TWO outstanding Stedsmen, Jack Ryan '19 and Jay '11, AND she did her part on Move Out Day. Of course, it's always a sad day to leave Notre Dame and St. Edward's, but it's even sadder when a mess is left behind! Thank God for parents, like Susan, whose tutelage and guidance enabled their sons make this year's Move Out Day the smoothest and cleanest one yet! On it being time to hit the road, Susan said, "Mission accomplished." Mission accomplished indeed!

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Your Sunday picture...

Summer is here!

...from Notre Dame. Here's my favorite spring view of campus... a view of God Quad. Everything is so green and colorful that you can't help but think that you have a little slice of heaven! Enjoy your Sunday whenever you are!

Still, it's Mother's Day. How could we not remember our moms on this special day? Steds moms, make sure to collect your free hugs and kisses from your Gentlemen today!

Still yet, with move out now over, it means that summer has begun, and so, the Gentlemen's Monthly enters into summer mode, bringing you all the happenings at Steds but at the same time enjoying summer time!

Saturday, May 13, 2017



This furry friend found the Basilica doors shut when he arrived late to Saturday's wedding. Whatever the reason for the delay was, this squirrel discovered that when it's time for the wedding to start , it's time to start... especially at the Basilica. On seeing closed doors, our furry friend said, "Oh, well. I'll see them at the reception!"

Friday, May 12, 2017

Summer starts...

Vogel: One happy senior! Summer starts today because not only is today the last day of finals but also is the day in which the Steds bucket hat arrived. Once again, Steds is keeping it classy with this couture and stylish hat that sports the Steds crown on the front and STEDS in the back. In short, nothing says summer has arrived more than this hat. On the bucket hat's arrival, Ned Vogel, Steds RA and senior, said, "Summer used to be my least favorite time of year. But now, thanks to the St. Edward's Bucket Hat, I have the fashion sense and confidence I need to tackle the season!"

Thursday, May 11, 2017

They can see...

Enjoying a break: Brendan and Gabriel

...the light at the end of the tunnel! Brendan and Gabriel, Steds freshmen, are not done with their finals; however, this didn't prevent them from taking a much needed and well deserved break. Enjoying a good cigar and perfect weather, these two Stedsmen recharged their batteries for the last push... Friday's engineering final. On the secret of a successful Finals Week, Ben Cote, Steds RA and senior, said, "A lack of worry, yet a dash of stress, but a handful of confidence. A recipe for success on finals!" Still, Brendan said, "It's about studying, sleeping, and maintaining an overall healthy some sort of balance."

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Oh, the things...

A sage for our times now graduating

..the Gentlemen write on their whiteboards! If it's not something witty, financial advice, or political insight, then it must be philosophical. And that's what the resident of 311 has constantly imparted to his fellow Gentlemen throughout the year... something for the mind. Here's his latest offering. 

Thanks Peter!

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

What is he...

Seth: Student or aspiring radio personality

...doing? A great question. With this being Finals Week, you never know what people are doing to wrap up the semester. Some are writing papers. Others are cracking this or that book open and cramming. Still, others are finishing group projects. But then, you have Seth. What is Seth doing in the Steds Flounge? Who knows, but it looks complicated. On seeing Seth, Steds freshman, an unnamed fellow freshman and friend of Seth said, "I always said he had a face for radio."

Monday, May 8, 2017

A chance...

St. Edward's 2016-2017

... to be immortalized. Yes, today's Hall photo was a chance to be immortalized forever in the hallowed halls of St. Edward's. Taken during Finals' Week, this photo was a great study break, and if it wasn't that, then it was chance to be with fellow Gentlemen for a laugh AND a chance to see Fr. Ralph fall off his ladder. On the taking of the photo Ned Vogel said, "Even though we're not smiling, nothing says what St. Ed's is all about...the kids!"

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Your Sunday picture...

On the way to the Grotto

...from Notre Dame. Even though the temps have fallen back into the mid forties, campus is still a sight to behold. Here is a picture of the dazzling pink tulips that lined the path to the Grotto. Only if the tulips could stay around longer, you might have been able to enjoy them too. Enjoy your Sunday wherever you may be!

Saturday, May 6, 2017

Saturday's Squirrel.

Can you find the sparrow?

Taking a break from our furry friends, we turn to our feathered friends. With the temperatures rising, so are the number of birds around campus. Some are only passing through while others are building nests and staying. One bird that is staying around campus for the long haul is the sparrow. While out on God Quad, a sparrow was seen rummaging around for something to eat. On trying to find the sparrow in the picture, Fr. Terry said, "I can't... its camouflage is working."

Friday, May 5, 2017

Closing time...

Kempf: shut'er down

...for everyone's beloved Hall eatery, Ed's. Yes, Ed's has closed for the year, but what a run it has had. It is not possible to assess the total "util" that it has brought to the Hall nor is it possible to count the number of smiles it has put on the faces of the Gentlemen. On Ed's closing, Max Kempf, Ed's manager, said, "Ed’s only wants to serve food when it is freshly grown. That is why we must take a break until pizza sticks are back in season this coming August."

Thursday, May 4, 2017

It was a night...

The best view of Chicago... from a yacht!

... to remember! Yes, the three hundred and five Yacht Dance goers had a memorable night with perfect conditions for a cruise on Lake Michigan. With no rain and no wind, not only were there excellent views of the Chicago skyline but also an opportunity to enjoy the open air 4th deck of the Mystic Blue. Without any doubt whatsoever, everyone had an amazing evening. On the Yacht Dance, Christian Kirby said, "I’m just happy our captain was a bit more competent than my fellow Gentlemen who commanded our vessels in the Fisher Regatta.”

Still, Parker Mathes, Steds Junior, said, "On the boat, I heard someone say 'this is fun,' but I threw him and his date overboard because Yacht Dance isn't fun... it's incredible!"

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

It can mean only...

No more classes! thing. Yes, the last day of classes can mean only one thing... Yacht Dance Day. Yes, Happy Yacht Dance Day. With classes now over, it's smooth sailing into Finals Week, and what better way to get things started than a cruise on Lake Michigan. On it being Yacht Dance Day, Tom Roman, Assistant Rector and 3rd year law student, said, "Can it get any better?" No Tom, it can't!

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

They said it...

STEDS: Happy to be back on land

...couldn't be done, and sadly, they were right. Unfortunately, the St. Ed's entries in the Fisher Regatta this past weekend looked great in the design phase but when that design was executed and put out on the water of St. Mary's Lake, well, let's just say some considerations were not considered. To the surprise of the Steds crews, both STED and Steds2 had leakage issues and had to be abandoned mid race. On the bright side, though both ships were lost and ego severely bruised, everyone returned to land safe and sound. On the adventure, Patrick Yerkes, Steds senior and member of Steds2, said, "They said 4 engineers, 3 eagle scouts, and 1 Gates Cambridge Scholar that we couldn't sink a boat, but we set out to prove them wrong. And we succeeded....Long live Steds!"

Still, President Trzaska of STEDS said, "Our moral uprightness far surpassed the uprightness of the ship."

Still yet, Vice-President Matt Lupo of STEDS said, "The problem was that we let water in."

Finally, Fr. Ralph of neither ship said, "It was like watching the movie Titanic... too soon, too soon!"

Steds2: Buoyed by high spirits, not their ship

More photos...

Lupo, Gayheart and Trzaska

Steds2 is down...

Monday, May 1, 2017

They're getting married!

The future Mr. and Mrs. Kelley

It's official. They're getting married! Greg Kelley ’09, Stedsman, and and Meghan O’Connor ‘09 are to be married this May in Charleston, South Carolina at the historic church of St. Mary of the Annunciation. Congratulations and best wishes to Greg and Meghan respectively. On their wedding, Fr. Ralph said, “It’s been a long time in the making, and we’re all glad that the day is finally here!”

Sunday, April 30, 2017

Your Sunday picture...

Simply beautiful...

...from Notre Dame. Here's a spring view of Mary and the Golden Dome from my favorite place to take photos of the two. As you can imagine, with spring in full swing, campus is awash in colors. Enjoy your Sunday wherever you may be!

Saturday, April 29, 2017

Saturday Squirrel's.

Out of place tulips

Our furry friends are always around, and when we see them, they are constantly looking for handouts, getting into tiffs with other squirrels, or just up to plain old tomfoolery. One thing that you may not know is that they are also up something else... gardening. Yes, in the fall, when the tulip bulbs are planted, the squirrels love to dig them up and replant them. Of course, they forget what they did and where they buried it. As a result, rogue tulips can be spotted all around campus like above. Instead of being planted in FRONT of the statute of St. Francis, there are now tulips BEHIND him. On these out of place tulips, a furry friend non-verbaled, "We need to spread the color around."

Friday, April 28, 2017

He's at it...

Out of the trees and into the streets of L.A. 

...again. Pat Rahill ’16 has a love of nature. Together, with his fellow ND grad,Charlie Engelman, they created the 12-part mini-series Nature Boom Time for the Nat Geo Wild Channel. Their show focuses on looking at nature in a more fun, engaging, and accessible way as they traveled to the coolest forests around the United States, from giant kelp forests off of the California coast to temperate rainforests of Washington State. Tonight, Rahill took a break from hanging around trees and out a tuxedo on all because his TV series was NOMINATED for an Emmy! Watch tonight and cheer for Pat. On Rahill’s nomination, Dan Rahill, Steds freshman and Pat’s cousin, said, “He’s on TV? But Pat has a face for radio!”

TO WACTH Nature Boom Time on Nat Geo Wild Channel, every Saturday morning, click HERE

Thursday, April 27, 2017

A much needed special...

Larry: Rancher or Renaissance Man... or both?

...thank you to someone working behind the proverbial scenes. He's no stranger to us. From time to time, he offers his common sense "straight from the homeSTED." Other times, he amuses us with his "good, clean ranch humor." As if that wasn't enough, he offers us glimpses into our past through selected excerpts from the 1943 Notre Dame Student Handbook. Yes, our Rancher Larry does ALL of this while pursuing his medical degree! Yes, that's right folks... soon ladies and gentlemen, he just won't be a doctor for animals anymore. But something that you don't know about Rancher Larry is that he actually takes care of all the Hall's website needs. Suffice it to say, his skills were much needed and appreciated during the recent ND Day. On the sharing of his technical skills, St. Edward said, "There's no need to know when hold or fold them OR even know when the dealings done as Kenny Rogers sings so eloquently. You see, when you got Rancher Larry, you got an Ace, and you can't help but go all in!" 

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Maybe it was...

Steds Lacrosse: Making Steds proud

...a carryover from the decisive ND Day win on Monday. Still, maybe it was the lingering vapors of the soccer playoff victory over the Zahm on Tuesday. Still yet, maybe it was sheer rage that propelled Steds Lacrosse forward to shut down, once again, Zahm today. Yes, good old rage. You see, Steds suffered a great injury as they were forced to wear Zahm red for the game. On the the victory as well as the great injury, Alex Schelhorn quoted fellow Steds freshman, Jack "Poz" Pozluszny, and said, "RecSports made us wear red. It made us mad, but you need to dress like the enemy in order to beat the enemy." 

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Because of you...

It's official!

...Stedsmen, moms and dads, brothers and sisters, grand and godparents, friends, people of good will, and Saturday’s squirrels... and anyone else who we are forgetting... that made St. Edward's be the #1 residence hall this ND Day! THANK YOU!!! 

As the votes are tallied and certified, St. Edward's received 2,354 which equals to MORE THAN $24.2K. But when everything settles, it will be more than $30K! How will the funds be spent? Stay tuned. 

Still, thanks for making us once again the #1 residence hall this ND Day, and if you are counting, this is the FOURTH year in a row as #1! 

Yes, thanks to you, St. Edward's saw all other residence halls in the rear view mirror and left them in a cloud of smoke because St. Ed's took an early lead and never looked back. On St. Ed's ND Day finish, a Gentleman, speaking on the condition of anonymity- clearly because of humility, said, "Never underestimate the love for Steds." 

Still, Fr. Ralph said, "The love and affection for St. Ed's was visible in a big way this ND Day, and without any doubt, it is the envy of other residence halls. I am, as are all of the Gentlemen of the Hall, truly humbled and grateful!"

Many, many thanks... and all of our love!

Monday, April 24, 2017

For the kids...

For the kids!, more than ever. Everyone can turn and keep the tide in favor of Steds! So, this ND Day, donate and vote Steds, AND encourage others to do the same. Yes, we NEED everyone's help to keep, like Shakespeare said, "this blessed plot, this realm, this St. Edward's Hall" the residence hall that it is... a home for Gentlemen. On donating and voting for St. Edward's, Fr. Ralph said, "For the kids... NOW and FOREVER... Amen."

To do YOUR part for Hall and King, click HERE.

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Now, is the time...

For the kids: Donate and vote Steds today!

...for everyone to take a stand and rally behind Notre Dame's oldest and most storied residence hall, St. Edward's Hall. Now is the time to donate and vote for St. Edward's. YES, now is the time because today is Notre Dame Day! 

To donate and vote for St. Edward's Hall, go to

On donating and voting to St. Edward's Hall, St. Ed said, "Now is the time for everyone to do his and her duty to Hall and King!"

Saturday, April 22, 2017

What he wants for Notre Dame Day...

Please make our furry friend’s dreams come true!

ND Day is almost here! While the Hall is preparing for the big day, it's important that everyone does their part for St. Ed's. Why? Because we ALL can make the dreams of so many Gentlemen come true! For more information about the day and ways YOU can support the Gentlemen go to the Hall’s website. Click HERE. Ten dollars can really go a long way! More information coming soon…

On what he would like to do with the funds raised on ND Day, a furry friend on a tree by Corby Hall said, “What should we do ND Day funds? We should... more nuts, of course!"

Friday, April 21, 2017

What he wants for Notre Dame Day...

Please make Youssef's dreams come true!

ND Day is almost here! While the Hall is preparing for the big day, it's important that everyone does their part for St. Ed's. Why? Because we ALL can make the dreams of so many Gentlemen come true! For more information about the day and ways YOU can support the Gentlemen go to the Hall’s website. Click HERE. Ten dollars can really go a long way! More information coming soon…

On what he would like to do with the funds raised on ND Day, Paul Youssef, Steds freshman, said, "I would dedicate the ND Day funds to build a first-class hot tub for St. Ed’s. or maybe, in the back yard, a sock wrestling arena that could also double as a sort of amphitheater- the Greek sort of course- for philosophical debates and well meaning banter.”

Thursday, April 20, 2017

What they want for Notre Dame Day...

Please make Blossfield and Trzaska’s dreams come true…

ND Day is almost here! While the Hall is preparing for the big day, it's important that everyone does their part for St. Ed's. Why? Because we ALL can make the dreams of so many Gentlemen come true! For more information about the day and ways YOU can support the Gentlemen go to the Hall’s website. Click HERE. Ten dollars can really go a long way! More information coming soon…

On what he would like to do with the funds raised on ND Day, Josh Blossfield, Steds freshman, said, " I would direct the funds towards more Hall activities like paintball and other things we normally don’t, but should, do while matriculating at college.”

Still, on what he would like to do the funds raised on ND Day, President Joe Trzaska said, “I want them to benefit and enrich my constituents… for the kids!”

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

What he wants for Notre Dame Day...

Please make Edwards' dreams come true!

ND Day is almost here! While the Hall is preparing for the big day, it's important that everyone does their part for St. Ed's. Why? Because we ALL can make the dreams of so many Gentlemen come true! For more information about the day and ways YOU can support the Gentlemen go to the Hall’s website. Click HERE. Ten dollars can really go a long way! More information coming soon…

On what he would like to do with the funds raised on ND Day, Ben Cook, Steds freshman, said, “ I'd like to see our Notre Dame day funds go towards fostering the Hall community that makes the gentlemen of St. Ed's Notre dame's finest. Most importantly, our funds would be for the kids.”