What are people who went to Notre Dame called?

Notre Dame competed under the nickname “Catholics” during the 1800s and

became more widely known as the “Ramblers” during the early 1920s in the days of the Four Horsemen.

University president Rev. Matthew Walsh, C.S.C., officially adopted “Fighting Irish” as the Notre Dame nickname in 1927.


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