NDTV: The new cable cast student run TV station.
NET ID: A computer ID name that, along with your password, gives you access to the Notre Dame network from almost any computer on campus.
North Quad: Home to BP, Cavanaugh, Farley, Lewis, St. Ed’s, Stanford, Keenan, and Zahm.
Observer: Campus newspaper you’ll grow to love.
O’Shag: O’Shaughnessy Hall, location of many Arts and Letters classes, departmental offices, and Waddick’s Café. O’Shag is also recognizable by the perpetually slow clock on its façade. This clock was also the center of some controversy when the University decided to remove the hands completely, some say to symbolize the timeless nature of the University; others say they did it just to confuse the students.
Parietals: du Lac regulation that outlines visitation hours in dorms of the opposite sex. From 12am to 9am on Monday through Thursday, from 2am to 9am on Friday and Saturday, and from 12:30 to 9am on Sundays, members of the opposite sex are only allowed in the 24-hour space in the dorms.