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Trump electors in key states want to serve again, despite criminal charges

Derek Muller, a University of Notre Dame law professor, said the power of the electors’ platform alone should not be discounted. 

Xi Jinping’s strongman politics is China’s ‘new normal’

OPINION: Joshua Eisenman is a senior fellow in China Studies at the American Foreign Policy Council, where Thomas Sexton is a junior fellow in China Studies.

Anyone Want to Be a College President? There Are (Many) Openings

“I can see why people would be reluctant and think twice about it,” said the Rev. John I. Jenkins, whose nearly 19-year run as the University of Notre Dame’s president will conclude this month. “It’s not for the faint of heart.”

Prosecuting Netanyahu Has Risks for International Criminal Court

Mary Ellen O’Connell, a professor of international-law at the University of Notre Dame, said that Khan’s move both damaged the ICC’s prospects with the U.S. and set back the odds of ending the conflict more quickly, all with almost no chance of actually putting Netanyahu or the Hamas leaders in the dock.

Two new murals completed at Foundry Field in South Bend

Notre Dame Center for Social Concerns Assistant Director Mike Hebbeler said, "We have such a rich history here in South Bend. Some of our stories get told prominently, others not so much. So these murals of Uncle Bill's Softball team and Seabe Gavin take stories that are, perhaps on the periphery, and really put them as central stories to our town's history and we celebrate their contributions."


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