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Three local storytellers will perform in the Snite galleries

Author: Michael O. Garvey

“Myths and Marvels,” an afternoon session of folksinging and storytelling for people of all ages, will be held in the University of Notre Dame’s Snite Museum of Art Feb. 9 (Sunday) beginning at 2:30 p.m.p. Three local storytellers will perform in the Snite galleries, making use of folksongs and…

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affirmative action discussed at Hesburgh library

Author: Cynthia Day

A panel of experts will address proponents’ and opponents’ views of affirmative action and how to ensure equal access to education Feb. 7 (Friday) at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the Hesburgh Library at the University of Notre Dame.p. Participating on the panel are Rev. Jamal Harrison Bryant,…

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Paul-Andre Bempechat will perform piano recital

Author: Cynthia Day

Pianist Paul-Andre Bempechat will perform a recital Feb. 23 (Sunday) at 2 p.m. in the Annenberg auditorium of the Snite Museum of Art on the University of Notre Dame campus. A preconcert lecture will begin at 1 p.m.p. The program will include Franz Schubert’s “Sonata in G Major” (D….

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Paluf appointed University controller

Author: Dennis Brown

Andrew M. Paluf, a 1980 alumnus of the University of Notre Dame, has been appointed University controller, according to Scott Malpass, associate vice president for finance. Paluf succeeds Frederick H. Baumer, Jr., who retired in June after 21 years in the position.p….

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Summer Service Projects has received support from the Andrews family

Author: Michael O. Garvey

The University of Notre Dame’s Center for Social Concerns has received a $1.5 million commitment from Kathleen W. Andrews and her sons, Hugh and James, to support its Summer Service Projects (SSP) program. Mrs. Andrews, a member of Notre Dame’s board of trustees and a fellow of the University,…

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Cinema at the Snite spring schedule

Author: Cynthia Day

The spring schedule for the Cinema at the Snite (CatS) film series has been released by the University of Notre Dame’s Department of Communication and Theatre.p….

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Kimec predicts the Clinton v. Jones case will proceed on schedule

Author: Dennis Brown

The case of William Jefferson Clinton v. Paula Corbin Jones, being heard today by the Supreme Court, should proceed on schedule, says Douglas Kmiec, professor of constitutional law at Notre Dame. "As someone who helped quash subpoenas issued against President Reagan in Iran-Contra, I presumably would support presidential immunity; I…

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London Study Abroad Program site to be relocated

Author: Dennis Brown

The University of Notre Dame’s study abroad programs in London will be relocated in 1998 to Nos. 1-4 Suffolk Street on the northwest corner of Trafalgar Square. The University recently purchased an 85-year lease on the building. The London Centre programs – offered by the Notre Dame Law School, the…

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Default rates on student loans has dropped to an all-time low

Author: Dennis Brown

The default rate on student loans, which the Education Department reported today has dropped to an all-time low of 10.7 percent nationally, stands at less than 1.5 percent at the University of Notre Dame, according to Joseph Russo, director of financial aid. "Our default rate is among the lowest in…

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Woo named new dean for the College of Business Administration

Author: Dennis Moore

Carolyn Woo, currently associate executive vice president for academic affairs and professor of management at Purdue University, has been named the new dean of the University of Notre Dame’s College of Business Administration, according to Nathan O. Hatch, the University’s provost. Woo, who will assume her duties this August,…

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Registration information for spring semester

Author: Cynthia Scott Day

University of Notre Dame students will enroll for the spring semester Monday (Jan. 13). p. Enrollment of new graduate students and undergraduate transfer or readmitted sutdents will take place from 9 to 4:30 p.m. in the registrar’s office. p. Second semester freshmen will enroll in the concourse of the…

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