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One-way traffic pattern will begin 30 minutes early for Michigan football game

Author: Dennis Brown

A one-way traffic pattern on streets approaching the University of Notre Dame will begin at 11 a.m. Saturday (Sept. 5)—30 minutes earlier than usual—in anticipation of early traffic arriving for the season-opening football game against the University of Michigan. Local law enforcement officials are urging fans to allow extra…

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Kosanovich receives Dow Outstanding New Faculty Award

Author: Eric Robben

Karlene A. Kosanovich, a chemical engineering professor at the University of South Carolina who earned both her master’s degree in 1983 and her doctorate in 1986 in chemical engineering from the University of Notre Dame, recently received the Dow Outstanding New Faculty Award for 1998 from the American Society…

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Fessenden awarded Silver Medal for chemistry

Author: Eric Robben

Richard W. Fessenden, professor of chemistry and biochemistry and associate director of the Radiation Laboratory at the University of Notre Dame, has been awarded the Silver Medal for chemistry from the International Electron Paramagnetic Resonance/Electron Spin Resonance (EPR/ESR) Society.p….

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August 31, 1998 - Newswire Release

Author: Claire Roddewig

Note to the media: John Sweeney will be available for interviews from 7:15 -7:45 p.m. Wednesday (Sept. 8) at the Morris Inn. Call Claire Roddewig @ 631-7367 to make arrangements. p….

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Food market opens in South Dining Hall

Author: Dennis Brown

A new food market featuring 12 distinct dining options has opened in the newly renovated and expanded South Dining Hall at the University of Notre Dame.p….

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Notre Dame ReSources

Author: Dennis Brown

The following Notre Dame faculty are available for additional comment on these people and events in the news: p. Clinton : The president “still doesn’t get it,” says Douglas Kmiec , professor of law at Notre Dame. "In his talk to the nation Monday night, President Clinton chose to…

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Enrollment for the fall semester

Author: Dennis Brown

Enrollment for the University of Notre Dame’s 1998 fall semester will begin Friday (Aug. 21) as new graduate, transfer and readmitted undergraduate students enroll at the Joyce Center from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.p….

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Woo elected to the board of governors of Beta Gamma Sigma

Author: Dennis Brown

Carolyn Woo, Martin J. Gillen Dean of the College of Business Administration and Ray and Milann Siegfried Professor of Management at the University of Notre Dame, has been elected to a four-year term on the board of governors of Beta Gamma Sigma, the honor society of business programs accredited…

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When Violence Becomes a Habit

Author: Seamus Deane

DUBLIN Since the Troubles began in 1968, there has been only one worse bombing atrocity in Ireland — theno-warning bombs of a Protestant loyalist group in Dublin and Monaghan on May 17, 1973. p. Thirty-three died — 28 in Dublin — and more than 100 were injured, many seriously….

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An alumnus, faculty member and administrator has died

Author: Dennis Brown

Word has been received of the death of Rev. Charles M. Carey, C.S.C., a faculty member and administrator at the University of Notre Dame for more than 35 years. A 1931 graduate of Notre Dame, Father Carey died Saturday (Aug. 15). He was 90.p….

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Commentary: The Chattering Class

Author: Robert Schmuhl

Embedded in the daily did-he-or-didn’t-he? debates over alleged presidential dalliances is a larger lesson about today’s-and possibly tomorrow’s-news media environment.p. As Bill Clinton prepares for Monday’s grand jury testimony, seemingly endless hours of airtime and countless rolls of newsprint are being devoted to what’s called either the “scandal” or…

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Notre Dame ReSources

Author: Dennis Brown

The following Notre Dame faculty are available for additional comment on these people and events in the news: p. Bombings : Notre Dame anthropologist Rev. Patrick Gaffney, C.S.C. , a scholar of the cultures, politics, religions and peoples of East Africa, says the recent bombings of the American embassies…

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