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Uploaded on Sep 30, 2011
One of the most meaningful and visible displays of Notre Dame tradition comes when students and alumni lock arms and sway, shoulder-to-shoulder, as the alma mater, "Notre Dame, Our Mother," plays. In these brief moments, history comes alive and it's not about the dorm dances, late-night study groups or pep rallies. It all comes down to the lyrics of a song written by a 1923 alumnus, words that capture the true significance of Our Lady's University to so many: "And our hearts forever... Love thee, Notre Dame."
This video shows students singing the alma mater at the end of the Michigan State game on Sept. 17, 2011. (ND 31 - MSU 13)