While we miss the games, athletes miss their other families: Their teammates
“Your family — your aunts and uncles and cousins — you love them because they’re family,” said Clark Power, a developmental psychologist and professor of education at Notre Dame who has spent four decades researching the effects of being part of teams.
US weekly jobless claims hit 2.1 million, bringing the 10-week total to more than 40 million
“As workers remain unemployed, concerns will grow regarding temporary unemployment becoming permanent, employee networks drying up and skills getting rusty,” Jason Reed, a professor of finance at the University of Notre Dame’s college of business, told Business Insider.
The Surest Step Toward Normalcy
Purdue University, the University of South Carolina, Rice University, Creighton University and the University of Notre Dame will finish in-person classes before Thanksgiving to avoid further spread of COVID-19 during flu season.
As churches reopen, Supreme Court faces balancing act between physical and spiritual health
The Supreme Court has said that "religious activities can't be treated worse than similarly situated secular activities," said Richard Garnett, director of the program on church, state and society at Notre Dame Law School.