Notre Dame College, a Catholic institution in the tradition of the Sisters of Notre Dame, educates a diverse population in the liberal arts for personal, professional and global responsibility.
Notre Dame Today is published by the Notre Dame College Communications Office for alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends of the College. The magazine is available in print, online, digital and iPad editions.
The opinions expressed in Notre Dame Today are those of the editorial staff, writers or their sources and do not necessarily represent the official positions of Notre Dame College. Contact Notre Dame Today with questions, updates or story ideas.
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About the Digital Edition
Notre Dame Today also is available as a digital magazine.
In the digital edition, use your keyboard and your mouse to turn the pages and zoom in and out of articles. You can search the entire magazine online, print your favorite articles and download a PDF file at Issuu.com. You also can easily share Notre Dame Today with your friends and family. E-mail the digital edition, share it on Facebook and Twitter and embed it on your website.
About the iPad Edition
On your iPad screen, simply tap the image on the right to open the iPad version. An Internet connection is required to access Notre Dame Today on your iPad.
To flip through the pages of the magazine on your iPad, you can swipe or tap at the right or left side of the screen. Scroll through numerous pages by dragging the page number indicator at the bottom of the screen to the left or right.
To bookmark Notre Dame Today on your iPad, click the bookmark icon “+” in the browser’s address bar. Select “Add Bookmark” to see it appear in the browser menu. Select “Add to Home Screen” to create a link on your iPad desktop.
The iPad version of the publication will look like an app, showing the cover of the magazine. If you tap the cover from your home screen, it will take you to a full-screen mode. This feature only works in Safari.