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The more things change, the more they remain the same in one important way at Notre Dame. Tradition is -- and has always been -- the cornerstone of the student experience. From the places they go to the ways they play, pray, eat and study together, generations of Domers have forged bonds through a host of rituals and observances that have stood the test of time. http://nd.edu/indepth/tradition/
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