Why Kamala Harris and ‘Firsts’ Matter, and Where They Fall Short
“This sense of one and done, we showed we can do it, doesn’t presume a leader who is committed to advancing other women or people of color,” said Christina Wolbrecht, a political scientist at the University of Notre Dame.
Bishops welcome Biden as president, offering prayers for the common good
Holy Cross Fr. John I. Jenkins, president of the University of Notre Dame, congratulated Biden on becoming president, noting how he was encouraged that Biden began Inauguration Day by attending Mass at the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle in Washington along with House and Senate Republican and Democratic leaders.
Firefighters Want Halt on Money From Makers of PFAS-Laden Gear
She’s spent years advocating against the dangers of PFAS in gear, and helped bring about a study by Notre Dame physicist Graham Peaslee that exposed high levels of PFAS in turnout gear.