September 12th, 2017 | by CollegeAD

Since the days of Knute Rockne and “The Gipper,” the University of Notre Dame has forged a football program steeped in history, tradition, and victory. Over nearly a century, the school has continually leveraged the overwhelming success of its athletic program to benefit its academic and faith-based missions. That tradition continues with the Campus Crossroads Project, the university’s most ambitious building campaign in its 175-year history. At the heart of the Campus Crossroads Project is Notre Dame Stadium, an iconic venue fully used only a handful of times per year. The project changed that by adding a structure to the west, east, and south sides of the stadium, transforming it into a year-round center of student activity. On the west side, the Duncan Student Center houses a student sports and recreation center as well as a wide variety of student lounges, offices, and retail dining options. –  Karen Hogan Ketchum, sportsvideo.orgRead More

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