Kicking off 2017: Carroll cookout and banner raising

Carroll Community,

It was a pleasure seeing many of you during move-in week.  The beginning of the year is an exciting time for us as staff.  We accept all with open arms, and are able witness a diverse group of students become Vermin brothers.

Three weeks of school down, and our hall community is back in the swing of things:

  • We had Professor Asís Martinez-Jerez from the Accounting Department lead a discussion on how to survive and flourish at Notre Dame.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Eric unveiled Jackson (his new dog who lives in the Hall) to students.
    Jackson at the first Carroll cookout of 2017. 1/2.

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  • We have had record attendance at Chris’ 3rd floor abs on Wednesdays.
  • We have had great weather for each of the first three Carroll cookouts this year.
            
  • We streamed the Mayweather-McGregor fight.  So much for the luck of the Irish.
  • We painted and raised a new banner for the Temple game.

      

 

Fun at the Fisher Regatta!

The Regatta may be Fisher’s event, but as always, the Vermin did very well this year.

The Wood ‘n Caulk on what may be its last voyage. We’ll see next year! Photo by Duncan rector Nhat Nguyen.
All was good until the outrigger was broken while carrying the boat. Photo by Rector Eric Styles.
Sarah Heiman, rector of Lyons, our sister hall, proudly carries the Vermin standard. Photo by Duncan rector Nhat Nguyen.
The Vermin compete well on the new Black Plague. Photo by Duncan rector Nhat Nguyen.
Between races Vermin carry the still unpainted “Black Plague,” Carroll’s newest boat. We won second place in the Regatta! Photo by Duncan rector Nhat Nguyen.
Eric in friendly competition with O’Neil Hall rector Father Chris Rehagen, C.S.C. Photo by Duncan rector Nhat Nguyen.

 

Pie Your President

Vermin Christian Cyrul has been waiting all year for the opportunity to pie somebody, anybody. Vermin (16-17) President Andrew Rebholz happened to be available.

April 28, 2017; “Pie Your President” fundraiser, an annual event organized by Walsh Hall where dorm presidents and vice presidents get a whipped cream pie in the face to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House of South Bend. (Photo by Matt Cashore/University of Notre Dame)

LAKESIDE 2017

These photos from the 2017 Lakeside Music Festival were provided by Lyons resident Dani Meersman.

The Vermin hosting Lakeside Music Festival.
Who’s toucan clad razorback is that? Photo by “Lion” Dani Meersman.
Photo by “Lion” Dani Meersman.
Photo by “Lion” Dani Meersman.
Photo by “Lion” Dani Meersman.
Photo by “Lion” Dani Meersman.
Photo by “Lion” Dani Meersman.
Photo by “Lion” Dani Meersman.
Photo by “Lion” Dani Meersman.
Photo by “Lion” Dani Meersman.
Photo by “Lion” Dani Meersman.
Photo by “Lion” Dani Meersman.
Photo by “Lion” Dani Meersman.
Photo by “Lion” Dani Meersman.
Photo by “Lion” Dani Meersman.
Photo by “Lion” Dani Meersman.
Photo by “Lion” Dani Meersman.
Photo by “Lion” Dani Meersman.
Photo by “Lion” Dani Meersman.
Photo by “Lion” Dani Meersman.