The press was founded in 1949, and is the largest Catholic university press in the world.
While South Bend may not scream “thriving metropolis” to the random onlooker, The South Bend Chocolate Factory manages to act as a semi-urban oasis for those non-native Midwesterners yearning for a bustling setting.
In addition, there is ongoing work to create a local chemistry lab to convert organic artifacts into graphite samples to be dated locally.So go check out this dude's blog, and when his book comes out cop that too. And yes, this entire post was intended to bait Notre Dame fans. The University of Notre Dame Press is a university press that is part of the University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, Indiana, United States.On a college campus, you rarely see kids roaming around, so taking a trip to the SB Chocolate Factory to see kids with melted chocolate streaming down their faces could be the perfect way to drop the kiddo question!More likely than not, your ND gf is just waiting to pounce on the next opportunity to insta a non-DH Foodstagram.As much as you stuff endless bags of ABP chocolate covered almonds down your throat to cure your chocolate craving, nothing on campus will do the trick.Sure, you could buy some probably expired chocolate ice cream from the huddle or take a whack at Campus Ministry’s stale chocolate M&M bowl, but nothing will do the trick.His blog is entitled "100 Red Flags" and the premise is a hilarious looks at warning signs for the perpetually single woman.Good idea, funny premise, but what does it have to do with Boston College sports? Indiana is a dump, filled with corn fields, the Colts, a bunch of Walmarts and not much more.But don't tell that to an Irish fan, because you'll get a lecture about national championships, Heismans, and how BC and Notre Dame aren't even rivals.If I had to date a girl who reminded me of this every Saturday I think I would tear my hair out and drink whiskey until my liver shut down.