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Folk Choir embarks on 17-day tour of Ireland

Author: Dennis Moore

The University of Notre Dame Folk Choir embarks May 19 (Mon.) on a 17-day tour of Ireland that features eight concerts, four church music workshops and six liturgical performances in ten Irish cities and towns.p….

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Notre Dame receives unconditional certification from NCAA

Author: Dennis Brown

After a yearlong self-study and review process, the University of Notre Dame received unconditional certification this week from the NCAA Committee on Athletics Certification.p. Established in 1993 as part of the NCAA’s reform agenda, the committee oversees a certification program designed to ensure integrity in collegiate athletic operations and…

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Graduating minorities will be recognized at ceremonies

Author: Dennis Moore

Recognition ceremonies for the University of Notre Dame’s graduating African-American, Asian and Hispanic students will be held Saturday (May 17) and Sunday (May 18) according to the following schedule:p….

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Generations will be rebroadcast

Author: Dennis Brown

“Generations: A Celebration of Notre Dame” will be rebroadcast locally on June 1 (Sun.) at 8 p.m. over TCI cable channel 3. p….

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Notre Dame ReSources

Author: Dennis Brown

Notre Dame ReSources May 11-17, 1997 p. Notre Dame faculty are available for additional comment on these people and events in the news: * p. *Supreme Court: The decision this week to narrow the power of the federal government to veto local election rules continues the Supreme Court’s efforts…

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Special Recognition Award goes to Miller, Murray, Kelly, and Flood

Author: Cynthia Day

The University of Notre Dame’s Student Affairs office has given its 1997 Special Recognition Awards to Seth Miller, a senior economics major from Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Megan Murray, a junior sociology major from Wheaton, Ill.; Brendan Kelly, a junior government major from Reston, Va.; and Michael Flood, a senior…

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Father Malloy will host a reception for the class of 1997

Author: Dennis Brown

Rev. Edward A. Malloy, C.S.C., president of the University of Notre Dame, and officers of the University will host a reception from 2-3:30 p.m. Saturday (May 17) at the Center for Continuing Education for members of the class of 1997, their families and friends.p….

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Graduates will be honored at the Volunteer Send-Off

Author: Michael O. Garvey

Almost 200 Notre Dame graduating seniors who are embarking on a year or more of community service in this country and abroad—some 10 per cent of the class of 1997—will be honored at the University’s annual Volunteer Send-Off Saturday (May 17) at 10 a.m. in Washington Hall.p….

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Koritnik named valedictorian

Author: Cynthia Day

Anjanette Koritnik, a chemistry major from Livonia, Mich., has been named valedictorian of the University of Notre Dame’s 1997 graduating class and will deliver the valedictory address during Commencement exercises Sunday (May 18).p….

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Commencement ceremonies will be held May 18

Author: Dennis Brown

Note to the media: Those planning to attend Commencement can arrange for tickets by contacting the Office of Public Relations and Information at (219) 631-7367. p….

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Notre Dame ReSources

Author: Dennis Brown

*Notre Dame ReSources May 4-10, 1997 p. p. Notre Dame faculty are available for additional comment on these people and events in the news: * p….

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LaCugna dies of cancer

Author: Michael O. Garvey

Catherine Mowry LaCugna, Nancy R. Dreux professor of theology at the University of Notre Dame, died of cancer Saturday (May 3) at Saint Joseph’s Medical Center. LaCugna’s scholarship primarily concerned the practical implications of the doctrine of the Trinity for the life of the Church. She lectured widely in…

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O'Malley Award awarded posthumously to Houck

Author: Cynthia Day

The University of Notre Dame’s Frank O’Malley Award, given annually by student government and the Notre Dame Alumni Association, this year has been awarded posthumously to John W. Houck, professor of management and codirector of Notre Dame’s Center for Ethics and Religious Values in Business until his death in…

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Booker has died after suffering from a stroke

Author: Dennis Brown

Word has been received of the death of Frank E. Booker, recently retired professor of law at the Notre Dame Law School. He died Tuesday (May 6) after suffering a stroke. He was 67.p….

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